Margot Elizabeth Fullmer
February 2, 1953 - October 7, 2022

Margot Elizabeth Fullmer, age 69, of Wilmington, North Carolina passed away on Friday, October 7, 2022 in her favorite place-her home.

Margot was born in Connecticut to the late Bryce Burroughs and Mary Ann Reed. After graduating from high school Margot went to nursing school and began a career as a nurse. Margot became a practicing nurse for several years in a nursing home. She officially ended her career as a nurse when she got her dream job of becoming a mother. Her passion for caregiving never wavered as she cared for family members and loved ones throughout her life.

Margot is survived by her daughter and son-in-law Lisa and David Gross, her son and daughter-in-law Gregory and Michele Simons, her four grandchildren, Lena, Lola, Harris and Hampton, her brother and sister-in-law Wallace and Anne Burroughs, their children Carter and Bryce, and her beloved Yorkie Kona.  Margot is also survived by her dear coworkers and friends from Yarns of Wilmington.  Margot was one of the kindest and most giving people that you will ever meet.  Margot will be missed by so many people that were lucky enough to have gotten to know her during her lifetime.

Coastal Cremations 6 Jacksonville St., Wilmington NC 28403



  • Amy and Steve Snyder Posted October 17, 2022 10:27 pm

    Lisa and Greg and families-Our heartfelt sympathy on that passing of your mom. We adored Margot and loved spending time with her at the lake. Our thoughts are with you all at this difficult time. She was a wonderful person and we are so going to miss her. Sending love-Amy and Steve Snyder

  • Lisa Posted October 18, 2022 6:49 pm

    I miss you Mom so much. I have no idea how I’m going to get through the rest of this life without you! You taught me so many things and I will not let them go waisted. My thoughts and prayers are with our family

  • Cathie and Bobby Brooks Posted October 21, 2022 1:18 pm

    Lisa and Greg, Bobby and I would like to extend our condolences to you at this time. Your mother was one of the kindest, wittiest, most gracious and unselfish people we knew. We remember many backyard parties at her Bayshore home and the most delicious potato salad
    ever. We are sending you our love, prayers and healing energy. Try to find comfort in the knowledge that there is one more bright shining star in the sky shining down on you.

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