Auriette Fullilove

January 8, 1928June 19, 2020

Auriette Fullilove passed away peacefully on June 19, 2020 in Rockledge, Florida. She and her husband Alfred C. Fullilove met in her native country of Brazil.

They lived in many places over their 60-year marriage including Brazil, England, New York City, Trinidad and Jamaica before finally making a home in Rockledge Florida. She had varied careers including, working at the Brazilian consulate in NYC and raising 3 children before settling into a very successful 40-year career as a Real Estate Broker and a proud member of the Space Coast Association of Realtors.

She was an active member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church as well as a member of the National Council of Catholic Women.

She is proceeded in death by her husband, Alfred. She is survived by her sons, Alan (Sherri), Ian (Cari); daughter Marcia (Debbie); and grandchildren, Haleigh, Ian and Eric and many relatives residing in England.

A Mass of the Resurrection will be held on Monday, June 29, 2020 at 11:00 am at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, 1136 Seminole Drive, Rockledge Florida.

In lieu of flowers, please feel free to donate to St. Mary’s Helping Hands, 321-252-9833.


  • Mass of Resurrection

    Monday, June 29, 2020


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Robert CapoGreca

June 28, 2020

A very sweet and one of a kind lady. Earth's loss is Heaven's gain.

Robert Capogreca II

June 28, 2020

Auriette is a person who will be missed. Her impact on the community: her presence at St. Mary’s, long and distinguished real estate career, and genuine interest in people are memories we will have for a lifetime.

I was a child when she helped my folks purchase and sell a home. She remained a friend to our family as well as a fellow parishioner from So long ago through present. Years later, I was long grown, my parents needed to find a new home quickly, she helped to expedite a quick purchase during a hot market.

What I will remember most is her style. She always dressed to the hilt, which is a great blessing and shows a respect for herself and others by expressing outward dignity and respect. In a pair of jeans at the fair she presented more class than many in a suit or dress can. She held her head up high with dignity!

She always had a moment to say hi, share a kind word, and ask how others were! What a gift from God to the word she was!

Doris Barry

June 27, 2020

We became very good friends in a very short time after we met at St. Mary Church.
She was a wonderful friend. Sweet, gentle and kind. She was generous to so many.
I will cheish the memory of our friendship and all the enjoyable time we spent together.

Mackenzie Jernstedt

June 22, 2020

We feel blessed to have gotten the few years of friendship with such a wonderful woman. She loved our children and always had a smile and hug. We hope she’s reunited with her husband Allen. Rest easy
Love The Jernstedt Family

Lori Mangieri

June 21, 2020

Auriette was such a dear woman. We were Eucharistic ministers at St. Mary Church together. She always had a smile for me. Such a beautiful woman. Right before the Covid-19 closure of churches I had helped her walk down the aisle to her seat. Before she sat down, she gave me a beautiful set of rosary beads in a case. She knew I was a teacher at St. Mary School and wanted me to use them with the children. I will never forget her for that beautiful act of kindness and will cherish her gift forever. I pray she is with her love in Heaven and watches over us all. I will miss seeing her weekly! My sympathies are with you!