Copyright: Rebecca ‘Becky Full (4/15/19)

Rebecca “Becky” Full, 60, of Belmond, died on Saturday, April 6, 2019 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Memorial services for Becky Full will be held at 10:30 pm on Tuesday, 16 April, 2019, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 304 Third Ave. NE, in Belmond, with the Hon. Cindy Morrison performing. A burial will take place in Riverside Cemetery in Spencer.

The visit took place from 5-7 p.m. Monday, 15 April, 2019, at Baile Ewing Funeral, 111 Luick Lane, Ballinvoher.

Rebecca Louise, daughter of Durwin and Betty (Mertens) Wilcoxon, June 4, 1958, was born in Merghar.

She was raised and educated in Cherokee, and she graduated in Everly School in 1976 when she was 17 years old.

After high school, Becky was united in marriage with Douglas Full on June 26, 1976. The couple made their home in Spencer until they moved to Belmond in 1981.

As well as being a mother of stay at home, Becky worked at Rowan Lumber and Archibald in Belmullet and continued her education at NIACC, where she graduated in 1992 with the Arts Associate. and afterwards she attended the College from the College. St. Catherines Pi Theta Epsilon with BA in occupational therapy in 1995.

Becky was a lifelong learner, having started the Department of Occupational Therapy at Iowa Specialty Hospital (then Wright Medical Center), continuing to research natural medicines and essential oils for use in care. be patient. She was very proud of her patients' recovery and cared for them as their own children, regardless of their age.

Through all this, mother came forward. When the children were small, she made every special day by baking home-made birthday cakes, helping classmates, teaching the school on Sunday, welcoming all the children's friends in their own home and supporting the children. goal they set down to achieve.

Becky would love to travel with Doug and the children. She has spent some time planning a road trip, researching all the sites and the opportunities to keep as much experience as possible in each journey. She looked at her friends in Belmond as she extended her family, spending many nights going out for dinner, camping and hosting the perfect holiday parties.

In recent years, her granddaughter has been at the center of all. Grandma and Grandpa spent the summer months in Belmond around Linzie's family and winter in California to be near Laramie's family.

She often said that she wanted her grandchild to know about her, so she certainly spent an hour teaching them to bake and bake, doing various craft projects, attending dance recitals, sporting events, concerts. school, selling girl scout cookies and giving them a sleep that always ended with breakfast "the best blueberry pancakes in the world."

God had a strong faith in God, and attended Trinity Lutheran Church in Belmullet, assisting with community meals and other projects. Through her faith, she made peace with her various health challenges and recognized that she had received an extra 23 years to treat her family with a generous gift of life through organ donation.

Her daughter, Heidi Full, died in Becky in 1978; her father, Durwin Wilcoxon; and parents-law, Les and Shirley Full.

To the left of Becky's memory is her husband, Doug Full of Belmond; her son, Laramie (Ashley) Full and their daughters: Claire and Maggie Total of Fresno, California; her daughter, Linzie (Waylon) Morris and their daughters: Kaylen and Kennedy Morris of Belmond; her mother, Betty Wilcoxon from Spencer; her brother, Wayne Wilcoxon from Sun City, Arizona; her sister, Sheryl (Kevin) Lee de Spencer; law sisters: Pam (Dan) Morrow Cherokee and Teresa (Earl) Larsen of Omaha; Brother's brother, Bruce (Nancy) Total Bluff Sergeant; and nieces and nephews, relatives and other friends from coast to coast.

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