April 21, 1959 ~ February 4, 2019

Born in: Des Moines, IA
Resided in: Denver, CO

Cindee Fullerton
April 21, 1959-February 4, 2019
Survived by parents Bill & Mona Cassem-Fullerton; sisters Jenni Fullerton-Carpenter, Molly Fullerton. She was a Business Analyst for Imagine Communications in Denver, CO. Cindee loved travelling, the Denver Broncos and Iowa college football. She was loved by her many friends and extended family. Memorial Service Celebration of Life, Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 11:00 am, Horan & McConaty, 3101 S. Wadsworth Blvd., Lakewood, CO 80227. Donations to Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America aafa.org, ALS Association alsa.org or Rocky Mountain Conservancy rmconservancy.org.


Celebration of Life: February 12, 2019 11:00 am

Horan & McConaty - SW Denver/Lakewood
3101 S. Wadsworth Blvd.
Lakewood, CO 80227

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  1. Praying for those who loved Cindee and are hurt deeply by her unexpected death. May God hold you in His perfect care and provide comfort…and peace…and understanding.

  2. Her curiosity and smile were infectious. Wishing peace and comfort to her family and many many friends. May you rest in peace, dear Cindee!

  3. There are no words to express my sorrow over the loss of my dear friend Cindee for myself, her family, and her friends. She was in my life each and every day both personally and at work. We travelled to so many places around the world together and attended many scrapbooking retreats to document those memories, which I will treasure forever. She was always there for me for whatever I needed, as I was for her. It is a huge loss for the many people she touched, knew, and loved.
    Cindee, your place in my heart will never be replaced and it will take a long time for me to accept that you not be around. May you rest in peace and may we meet again someday!

  4. I will miss Cindee’s sense of humor, her kindness, and her unending patience when explaining the details of her products to me. I am grateful to have known her and wish that I could have known her much longer. My prayers and love go to her family and friends.

  5. Cindee had a smile and personality that radiated outwards and was wonderfully infectious. She would light up the room simply by walking into it, and her positive nature was always felt around the office. She was also very wise in her work, just as she was in life, and clients loved working with her because they knew that Cindee wouldn’t just get their enhancement added to the software, but she would add it correctly. She will be missed by many colleagues and friends at Imagine Communications, as well as the many clients around the world who had such great respect for her. Until we meet again, rest peacefully, dear friend!

  6. My deepest sympathy for those who knew Cindee best. Cindee was kind and illuminated an energy like no other. In her work, she was patient, deliberate, diligent, and effective. I will miss the IM sanity checks in the especially rough meetings. I cherish every moment that I got an opportunity, to know her outside of work.

    Repose en paix, mon cher ami

  7. I would like to offer my love and thoughts to her family and all that knew and worked closely with Cindee. I had the opportunity to briefly meet her and found her a very kind and caring person. I will take that from my interaction with Cindee and spread that to those i interact with.

  8. Sending love and deepest condolences to all of Cindee’s family and friends.
    While we didn’t know each other very well, her huge smile and kindness were infectious. Cindee will be so very missed and forever remembered as bettering everyone who was lucky enough to be around her. Rest in Peace!

  9. My sincere condolences to the Fullerton family. May your many fine memories of Cindee and loving words comfort family and friends during this difficult time and the days ahead (Isaiah 57:15)

  10. Cindee was a true light at Imagine. As the new kid on the block, she took me under her wings and was kind, gentle, and understanding the whole way. Her thoughtfulness went well beyond work as I have several gifts from her adventures around the world. That teacup will always be my favorite! I will miss your smile and chatter in the halls. You are gone way to soon. My sincere condolences to all who had the pleasure to know and love Cindee.

  11. I was blessed to work with Cindee at Harris and loved her curious spirit, her attention to every detail and her unfailing positive attitude. My heart breaks for all those who knew and loved her. May you Rest In Peace.

  12. I will miss catching up with my friend Cindee. I always loved hearing about all the trips she and Debbie took over the years. I was blessed to have her as a friend and I will miss her very much. I send my thoughts and prayers to her family and friends…her passing has left a huge hole in our hearts.

  13. My deepest condolences to Cindee’s family and her many close friends. I am very fortunate to have known and worked with Cindee. Her strength, positive nature, knowledge, and kind smile will be missed. Cindee was always available to listen, help, and share her media industry expertise, and we will deeply miss her. May the many glowing memories of Cindee give you peace and comfort.

  14. I am so blessed to have known you Dear Cindee. I will miss your smile and laughter along with everyone you have shared it with. I send all my love to your family and friends and know that you will be missed every single day. I miss you dearly, but I know you will find peace with your kitties over the rainbow bridge, I am sure they are happy to see you. May you Rest In Peace.

  15. I am so honoured to have been counted among Cindee’s friends. In the years we worked together at Harris I learned so much from her. Her sense of humour and bright outlook on life was refreshing and although we have not worked together in years now, it was wonderful getting the occasional message and keeping in touch.

    Cindee will be missed by so many people, but the fact that all of our lives were brighter for having had her presence in them cannot be forgotten. God speed you, Cindee on your journey.

  16. My deepest sympathy to Cindee’s family and dear friends. I will miss seeing her at work and chatting with her as she walked past my desk. She always wore beautiful jewelry and many times she would tell me they were gifts from a friend or family. We worked together on a project at work for about a year and I loved working with her each day. She was so helpful, kind and fun to work with. I miss seeing her shining face. May you rest in peace dear Cindee.

  17. My condolences to Cindee’s family. I was lucky to have worked with Cindee at Encoda/Harris. She was a pleasure to work with and she always seemed to light up a room when she walked in.

  18. “I know how hard an unexpected loss is. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy at this tragic time.” Cindee will now light up our heavens as she did our office at Imagine.

  19. My deepest condolences to Cindee’s family and many friends. She was truly a pleasure to work with and spend time with. Her smiling face could light up a room, and that’s how I’ll always remember her.

  20. Kind. Gentle. A warm smile that lit up and enriched any conversation. This is how I believe most will remember her.

    My deepest thoughts and condolences for family and friends.

  21. I was blessed to have known Cindee for a number of years. Her memory will live on through all the love, laughs and joy she brought to our lives and through the experiences we shared! RIP My friend!

  22. So sorry to hear about Cindee. We grew up together, in Ankeny. She always had a smile on her face, it seems like forever ago. Deepest sympathy from my family to yours. I know the class of 1977 sends is regards to you all too..

  23. Always a friendly smile, always offering a helping hand. Rest In Peace Cindee. Condolences and deepest sympathies to the family. Too young, too soon.

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