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Hilary Fuller Inks

Hilary Fuller Inks Hilary Inks passed on Saturday, November 13, 2010, at her home in Gotha, Florida. Hilary courageously battled the late stages of Lyme disease during the last months of her life. Hilary was born Hilary Brooke Fuller on May 15, 1978 in McMinnville, Oregon to Catherine and Bruce Fuller. She attended elementary school and junior high school in McMinnville, Oregon before moving to Lakeway, Texas in 1991. Hilary attended middle school at Lake Travis and graduated in 1996 from Richarte High School in Georgetown, Texas. Hilary lived and worked in the Georgetown, Marble Falls, Cedar Park, Texas communities before moving to Orlando, Florida in 2002 with her husband, David Inks, and her family. In passing Hilary will join her cousin, Brennan Jones, and her grandparents, Albert and Beverly Beeler and Lou Fuller, who preceded her in death. Hilary is survived by her husband, David Inks; her two children, her daughter, Abigail Inks, age 7, and her son, Aiden Inks, age 4; her mother, Catherine Mabry; her fathers, Bruce Fuller and Tracy Mabry; her sisters, Chanda Fuller, Alex Mabry, Samantha Doven, and Hannah Mabry; and her brother Maxwell Mabry. Hilary was a wonderful mother, wife, daughter, sister, and caretaker of her own and other's children, and of her Boston Terrier, Hydra. Hilary ran a day care out of her home in Gotha until she was abruptly forced to close it in February of this year during her sudden hospitalization upon manifestation of late stage Lyme disease and discovery of a lesion upon her brain stem. Hilary enjoyed all of her kids that she cared for, and she was loved by all. Hilary was a beautiful, kind, caring, strong-willed young woman, and was very giving of herself. She was a dedicated mom to her children, and her heart was always in the right place. Hilary was fun loving and had a wonderful sense of humor; even though she was very sick in the last year of her life she said several times, regarding her experience with Lyme disease: "I wouldn't wish this disease on my worst enemy". She stayed positive and strong until the day she left us. Hilary's final wish was to raise awareness of Lyme disease so that others would be saved from the infectious disease which often goes undiagnosed but is curable with timely assessment, diagnosis and treatment. A remembrance and celebration of Hilary's life (with food, drink and memories) will be held at the Saddlebrook Community Meeting Hall located at 3412 Furlong Way in Gotha, Florida (the community entrance is off of Hempel just south of Old Winter Garden Road) in Hilary's neighborhood, on this Saturday, November 20, 2010, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Anyone who would like to celebrate Hilary's life with her family and friends will be welcomed. In lieu of flowers and in honor of Hilary's last wish, donations may be sent to the ILADS, the International Lyme and Associated Disease Society, a professional medical and research organization, P.O. Box 341461, Bethesda, Maryland 20827-1461, which can be located on the internet at : www.ilads.org, and contacted by e mail at: [email protected]
Published in Austin American-Statesman on Nov. 18, 2010
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