With mixed feelings of sadness and joy we want you to know that our beloved daughter and sister Kristin Fuller Cook peacefully slipped the bonds of this life to be with her Lord and Savior. She was born the second child to Donald & Kay (Standage) Fuller and her arrival brought with it news of severe physical disabilities. Kristin endured countless medical procedures, treatments, obstacles and therapies throughout her life in an effort to improve her condition. She endured life with a will that was indomitable and with a determination that she would do all she could to have a full life, and she did. Wheelchairs, braces, and special equipment are all gone now, she is free from earthly constraints. She made friends easily and to all who loved and befriended her we thank you so much for the kindness and joy you brought to her life. You were her life and she loved you all so much. Kristin exceeded all of the doctors’ predictions for her life span and on each recent birthday she would proudly reflect that she had beaten the doctors’ expectations. To all who have helped, treated and cared for Kristin throughout her life we thank you, you have been angels to her.
Kristin attended Mesa public schools graduating from Mesa High School. She married her sweetheart Kent E. Cook, who predeceased her. She was proud of her marriage and the fact that they were sealed in the Mesa Arizona Temple. Kristin was a lifelong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She accomplished a great deal in her limited time and she wanted the fullest life she could have. Being free from an imperfect body I am guessing that in the spirit she is 5’ 4” tall and is running around with family and loved ones to her hearts content while awaiting a joyous resurrection with a perfect body. Enjoy it sweetheart, you deserve every minute of it. Kristin is survived by her parents Donald & Kay (Standage) Fuller, her brothers Scott (Diane) Fuller, Steven (Andrea) Fuller, Bradley (Sarah) Fuller and her sister Elise (Chad) Dana. And she is loved by nieces and nephews who remember aunt Kristin.
Until we meet again, we love you and have you in our hearts.
A viewing will be held at Bunker’s Family Garden Chapel at 33 N. Centennial Way. Mesa, Az. on Friday September 23, 2022 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
A grave side service will be held at the Mesa City Cemetery 1212 N. Center St. Mesa Az. at 10:00 am on Saturday September 24, 2022.
Please feel free to join us in saying goodbye to our sweet daughter and sister Kristin.