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In Memory of Cheri Fullarton


3-5PM - Wednesday, January 20th at the O'Connell Family Funeral Home in Hudson

Funeral Services

No formal service

Cheri Louise Fullarton (Nee Miller) age 37 of Rice Lake, formerly of Clayton died tragically and unexpectedly Friday January 8th 2016 at her residence.

Cheri was born on July 18, 1978 in New Richmond; the daughter of Steven and Priscilla (Campeau) Miller. She was raised in Star Prairie and attended Osceola High School prior to graduating from New Richmond High School. She was mainly a homemaker raising her children; but also worked as a CNA for nursing homes. Her greatest love came from being with her children. They meant the world to her. Of her favorites, capturing the moment with a camera was most important.

Leaving those to mourn will be her children; Sevin William Davis, Malik Fullarton, and Adair Fullarton; father, Steven Miller; siblings: Rochelle (Dan Larson) Miller, Roger (Lisa Emerson) Miller, and Angela (Sam) Hendrickson; many nieces and nephews; boyfriend, Nick Bruzek; special aunt and uncle, Pete and Linda Campeau; and godmother, Hilda Miller. Cheri was preceded in death by her mother, Priscilla Campeau.

Time to gather to pay respect to Cheri and her family will be Wednesday, January 20th from 3pm to 5pm at the O’Connell Family Funeral Home in Hudson. Family and Friends will be gathering at the Willow River Saloon, 1106 County Rd. A, Hudson afterward for food and fellowship. Interment will be private. Memorials are appreciated in lieu of flowers.

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    • My heart aches as I write this for you, Cheri. I don’t even know you. However, as I am at a loss of words, I hope that you may find some eternal peace. Follow the light. May the grace of God be with you.

    • I hope through your tears of morning, you can find the Grace to except my deepest condolences. Every time I’ve seen Cheri she had a Beautiful smile. And she spoke of the Love she had for her children and family.I wish I could do more, but know there’s nothing that will bring her back. May the comfort of the Lord shine down on you. And I hope the many good memories will lighten your hearts.