Kay M. Fuller, 74, of Marlborough

Marlborough – Kay M. Fuller, 74, of Marlborough died on Saturday, October 23, 2021 at MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham after a long battle with the disease. She was born in Paignton, England, daughter of the late John and Gladys “June” (French) Fuller and moved to Maine in 1947.

Kay has spent most of her life in Maine where she graduated from Lewiston High School and then moved to Durham ME.

Kay worked as a supervisor for almost thirty years at the Pineland Center in New Gloucester, Maine, where she cared for people with disabilities. Kay treated his patients as if they were his own family. She felt that they deserved as much love and care as she could give them.

Kay liked to dine at restaurants. She believed that dessert should be the start of everyone’s meal. Kay loved to travel. Her favorite time to travel was with her grandchildren. Florida, California, Arizona, and Kentucky are some of the places she has traveled to. Her favorite trip, which was her last trip, was with her grandchildren to her homeland of England and see her family for the last time.

Kay leaves behind daughter Kelley L. Burgess and husband William of Marlborough; two grandchildren, Ashley and Christopher Burgess both of Marlborough and her little dog Zoey; four cousins, Joyce, Di, Rose and Julie and other extended family from England.

Call hours will be Wednesday, October 27 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Collins’s funeral, 378 Lincoln Street, Marlborough. After the cremation, the burial will take place in Paignton, England. There will be a Celebration of Life After Hours Calling to the Family Home in Marlborough.

Everyone is welcome to sign Kay’s online guestbook at www.collinsfuneral.com.

In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory can be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (https://www.stjude.org).

Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Collins Funeral Home.

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