Cynthia, "Cindy "or better known as "Mimi," Fuller of Brunswick was born October 18, 1948, in Dallas, Texas, to Oscar Cave McCrackin and Adel McCrackin Cotton. She graduated from St. Pius X High School in Atlanta and attended the University of Georgia.
Cindy married Stuart Mitchell in 1970, and they became the parents of Alison Paige Mitchell and Ryan Peter Mitchell.
Throughout her life, Cindy enjoyed being a volunteer for the American Cancer Society, United Way, and March of Dimes. She also served on the Parent Teacher Association as an officer for her children's schools. She was a member of the Sea Oats Garden Club and Old Town Preservation Society. While Cindy was a champion Tupperware sales woman for many years, she later became a well-known role player at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. The aura that Cindy carried wherever she went made her an unforgettable fixture in any environment. It is no wonder that she completed her career by being the most exuberant and adventurous "Mimi" that ever lived!
She is survived by Charlie Fuller, her beloved husband of 22 years; daughter Alison Mitchell Arline (Joel) of St. Simons Island, son Ryan Peter Mitchell (Lee) of Augusta; her mother Adel Cotton of Woodstock; brothers Lon Cotton, Avery Cotton and sister Angela Cotton all of Atlanta; a sister Gayle McCrackin Schneider and brother Ron McCrackin both of Dallas, Texas. Cindy also leaves behind her four treasured grandchildren, or "her babies," Pope and Helen Arline of St. Simons Island; Emma and Stuart Mitchell of Augusta. And, her loyal dog "Sassy," a 15-year-old Maltese who will also miss being treated like royalty.
Because Cindy never met a stranger, all who knew her loved her enthusiasm towards her grandchildren, life, and her willingness to serve others. Rest in Peace, "Sweetness."
The family extends an invitation to all family and friends at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Alison and Joel Arline, on Friday evening December 6th from 6 to 8. A memorial service will be held Monday, December 9th at 11:00 at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Brunswick, GA.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to
in Memphis, TN.
Edo Miller and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of all arrangements.