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Fulin, Jean

In loving memory of Jean Fulin, 69 years who passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 26, 2015 at the Maison Vale Hospice with loving family and friends by her side. Loving mother of Andrea McKee (husband Douglas). Cherished Noni of Anthony. Born in Sudbury, she was the daughter of the late Galiano and Elvira (Flora) Fulin. Dear sister of Mary Dunn (predeceased) (husband Eldon) and Irene Tesolin (husband Livio) both predeceased. Sadly missed by nephews Glen Dunn (wife Linda), Victor Tesolin (wife Christina) and great niece Alexandria. Blessed friend of Patricia Hughes. Jean will be remembered for the wonderful life she lived on the lake where she enjoyed bird watching, fishing and calm afternoons out on her pontoon. She was a loving grandmother who took an interest in all aspects of her grandson’s life. She was a woman of steadfast faith who found great peace and happiness in celebrating and worshipping with friends through various ministries. Jean retired with 30 years of dedicated service as an elementary school French teacher with the Separate Board of Education. In keeping with the family’s wishes there will be no visitation. A Celebration of Jean’s Life will be held on Wednesday, December 9, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. in Salon B at the Howard Johnson Plaza, 50 Brady Street, Sudbury. Donations to the First Century Foundations, Box 234 Milton, ON L9T 4N9 will be greatly appreciated.

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  1. We are so sorry to hear of Jeanie’s passing. We met her through Pat Hughes at a conference in Sudbury in 2000. Later she and Pat came to our recording studio for a few projects. We had interesting conversations about spiritual things and of course she always had constructive suggestions for Patricia’s project! Bold and feisty in her opinions; a loyal, honest and faithful friend. Our condolences to the family and to Patricia. Peace and comfort as you grieve her passing.

    Posted by:Barbara and Barry Simmons
    December 9, 2015
  2. Madame Fulin taught my son and daughter at St. Patrick’s in Azilda for a few years. She was always a very kind, generous and upbeat person who my children enjoyed having as a teacher. We met her earlier this year (after not seeing her for a long period of time) at Canadian Tire filling up her water bottles for home. We had a little chat with her about how she was doing and of course, like always, she asked about Jason & Jennifer. I was shocked and saddened to read of her passing. Her ability to teach French stuck with my daughter, (unfortunately not the son (lol).
    May she rest in peace. She will be missed by all who had the pleasure of meeting her both as a kind and gentle lady as well as an excellent French teacher.

    Posted by:Gloria & Dan McDonald
    December 3, 2015

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