Mildred Ann “Millie” Bleyswyck-Fuller slipped into peace on February 4, 2021. A much loved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend, Millie was a determined woman who fought back hard at the leukemia that tried to slow her down.Millie is a beloved mother who will be deeply missed by Linda Grover (Peter), Melody Epley (Bruce), Gary Fuller (Jenn Sullivan), predeceased by her eldest son, Charles Griese (2011). She will also be greatly missed by her grandchildren, Melissa Grover Dickstein (Jeremy), Cara Collins (David), Keith Ko-Grover (Jamie), Tyler Epley (Shelbie), Morgan Epley, Carley Epley, and Kayden Fuller - born in May 2020 and the light of her life. Her heart was kept young, happy, and smiling by her dear great-grandchildren, Freddie Collins and Frannie Grover Dickstein. Millie was also a mom to Sandra Fuller Fitzgerald, Brian Fuller, and Janet Fuller (deceased 2016). She is survived by her sister Gwendolyn George (Michael).Born July 8, 1937, in Ottawa, to Victor and Annie Bleyswyck, she enjoyed living in many other places: Alcove (QC), New Orleans, Boston, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Tiverton, Goderich, London (ON), and in 2009 made St. Marys her home. Millie was fortunate to be an active member of the community at Stonetown Co-operative (her “St. Marys family”). She enjoyed talking with people; her sense of humour, kindness and generous nature quickly made her numerous friends, including the countless little ones that she often babysat. Mom loved playing Yahtzee, watching Steven Segal movies, her daily soaps, listening to Josh Groban, knitting and her many pets.Our family is truly grateful for the compassionate care, understanding, and kindness provided by the staff of St. Marys Memorial Hospital throughout this very tough year, and especially through these final days. We extend our deepest thanks to her nurses Laura and Monica for their tenderness, as well as to Dr. Tanya Wilson. We also appreciate the dedication of the One Care support team of PSW's who helped Mom to live independently at home during this past year.Millie will be interred alongside her husband, Arnold Fuller (1986) in Maitland Cemetery, Goderich. A celebration of Mildred's life is planned for July 2021. Memorial donations can be made to the St. Marys Healthcare Foundation or to Canadian Blood Services.