FULLER, Lynda Marie (née Malcolm) 1957-2024

It is with great sadness that the family of Lynda Marie Fuller (nee Malcolm) announces her passing, on February 17, 2024, in Hudson, QC. Lynda passed away peacefully surrounded by family.

Lynda is survived by her loving daughters Lindsay Pitfield (Keefer) and Courtney Fuller (Jens), her beloved stepfather Bruce Beckett, and her adored brother Bill Malcolm (Diane). Sadly missed by her dear grandchildren Tilley, River, Baer and Hunter, she leaves behind her cherished dog Samson, who will also miss her greatly.

She was predeceased by her father Joseph Harvey Malcolm, her mother Margaret Beckett (Bruce), and her brother John Malcolm (Paulette).

Lynda also leaves behind countless friends. Her daughters would like to acknowledge and thank her oldest and dearest childhood friends, Evelyn Funk and Ina Scarsbrook who were like sisters to her…, as well as her very close friend from Hudson, Liz Snow. All of her friends’ love and support for her is greatly appreciated by her family.

Lynda spent most of her years in Oakville where she raised her daughters and had a successful career as a real estate agent. She was known for her wicked sense of humour and her infectious laugh. Lynda was a loyal friend who loved to have fun. She also had a commitment and passion for the protection of animals. After moving to Hudson, she enjoyed socializing with friends at the club on the water. While in Hudson she grew a passion for painting, and her paintings were admired by many while visiting Lynda at her home.

The family would like to thank the incredible team at the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Palliative Care Home in Hudson. Donations in her memory can be made to the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Palliative Home and the Humane Society.

A celebration of her Life will be held on March 9th, 2024 at the Sovereign House, 7 West River Street Oakville, ON. Visitation to be held at 12:00, service at 1:30 with a reception to follow.


  • Lea Totty Posted 22/02/2024 9:07 pm

    Lynda will always be remembered for her love of life and her beautiful strong daughters Lyndsay and Courtney proud to have had the honor of knowing such a beautiful woman. Lynda I wish you a glorious time with your Mother, Father and Brother safe journey. Thank you for your gift of knowing you. Love

  • Linda Titaro Posted 08/03/2024 8:59 pm

    Lynda always had a smile. Easy to talk to about anything. Loved her girls and their families. She will be missed.

  • Nat Posted 10/03/2024 9:18 pm

    A beautiful woman inside and out. We met the day she and Ross adopted Sam and we remained friends ever since. My heart goes out to her daughters and family. My most sincere condolences to all. RIP Lynda.

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