Margaret “Marcie” Fullerton (’37) Submitted by her grandson, Merrill Fullerton Margaret (“Marcie”) Fullerton (‘37) passed away peacefully at the Saint John Regional Hospital on April 11, 2015 surrounded by loving family. For more than 40 years, Marcie served as secretary to five Mount Allison University presidents, beginning in 1945. A noted Allisonian has described Marcie as being “a great organizer who kept the President’s Office running.” During her career, Marcie made countless lasting friendships with both students and staff of Mount Allison, relationships that lasted for decades. Daughter of the late John Wright Morice and Edith (Campbell) Morice, Marcie was tremendously proud of her local roots and was particularly knowledgeable of the history of Middle Sackville, where her entrepreneurial Morice ancestors settled two centuries ago. She was born in 1920 in the Morice home overlooking the pond in Middle Sackville and through her many years she lived just a short walk from that house. A graduate of the secretarial program, Marcie was ahead of her time in many ways. She was a tenacious, career-minded, hard-working woman who juggled the demands of work along with the duties of an independent mother. In recognition of her dedication and service, Marcie received the Board Service Medal in 2002. Marcie is survived by her son David Fullerton (’67) and his wife Diane (’68), granddaughter Kathryn Steeves (’92) and grandsons Matthew Fullerton (’96) and Merrill Fullerton. “For yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is only a vision, but today well-lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope.” John McCoubrey (’85) Submitted by his sister, Jane McCoubrey (’88) On Feb. 9, 2015, we lost one of the world’s truly unique individuals. Those who knew John will remember his immense talent, quick wit, and love of a great story. John’s pursuit of new experiences took him from coast to coast, collecting wonderful stories and even better friends. Although a natural wanderer, John’s greatest adventure happened when he and Connie settled down on PEI to raise their daughter, Marley (not a surprising name choice, if you remember John’s love of reggae). John remained a dedicated painter, creating some particularly beautiful works from his time in Newfoundland and PEI (see Facebook page, John McCoubrey Art). We will miss John forever, and despite our tears, will always remember him with laughter as we recount his adventures. John’s family extends many thanks to all those Mountie friends who were such an important part of his life. He was a very, very lucky guy. 31