Patricia Ann Fuller


Patricia Ann Fuller died on July 26th, 2021 at 12:51 am, 46 years of age at Kansas City Hospice  House. She was born in Kansas City, Kansas at 3:34 am on May 26th, 1975. She leaves behind a son, Maxwell David Fuller, a brother Christopher Alan Berg, and her parents, Dana and Connie Berg. She was a data analyst, a math tutor, a teacher, and a mentor to those around her.

Memorial Contributions

In lieu of a funeral or memorial service, we ask for a donation to her favorite charity, Shadow Cats in Round Rock, TX. online at



  1. Nancy Toll on August 8, 2021 at 11:38 am

    I met Patty when she moved to Cedar Park. She and Max came to the house; we had lunch and visited for hours. She was so easy to talk to and such a nice human. Life happened and we lost touch after the kids were out of elementary school. I had the honor of reconnecting with Patty last summer. She loved Max and talked about him and his plans all the time. She also often said she had amazing parents. She loved her cats, Twin Peaks, Murder She Wrote and tutoring in math, especially to underprivileged kids. She donated time, money and food to others, and was always trying to support KC small businesses and the KC Chiefs. I worked with her in the Faubion library. I loved her wicked and dry sense of humor, and her wry observations of people. I am devastated by her passing, and I will miss our chats. I know we are all here for you Max, for anything you need.

  2. Megan Brissenden on July 31, 2021 at 12:46 pm

    Patty was a bright light—-one of the funniest, kindest, generous, and intelligent people I’ve ever known. Working with her was always fun, and she was a truly supportive friend. It was truly a privilege to share work and friendship with her.

  3. Brenda Weathers on July 29, 2021 at 7:43 pm

    I will always remember Patty and the many many happy times laughing together. She was a beautiful kind person & I feel blessed to have been her friend!

  4. Andy Raczka on July 29, 2021 at 3:31 pm

    Patty, goodbye. You’re personal strength, positivity, brainpower, knowledge of true crime trivia and any topic known to humans and probably cats created a personal dominion that was infectious to all who met you, I will miss you but won’t forget. That’s not possible sister, you’re one of those that leaves a permanent impression. Lucky to have mine.

    Goodbye Patty Fuller Berg our LCM Viking Warrior Princess.

  5. Myrian Awadallah on July 28, 2021 at 10:25 pm

    There are no words to give Patty what she deserves. She was an angel lived on this earth. I’m lucky to have known her and her son. Rest In Peace.

  6. Lin Knutson on July 28, 2021 at 12:42 pm

    A wonderful person, Patty was taken way to soon. I know she had more to share with this world. I am honored to have known and worked with her at Faubion. She dedicated so much time and energy to all the Panther kids and adults she came in contact with. Patty always had a smile and a kind word and could make you laugh in the worst of times. She served as a PTA Officer and Volunteer in many ways, always giving her all. We are thankful that we had the time we had with you sweet lady and friend. God Bless Max and your family at this time of great sadness. Always a Panther!

  7. Brandie Martinez on July 28, 2021 at 11:46 am

    Patty was such a beautiful ray of light that was extinguished way too soon. She was one of the most caring, giving and helpful people I have ever met. She always had a smile on her face when I saw her and made everyone feel so welcomed. My heart goes out to Max. She loved you so much. May the legacy she created and modedled live on in you Max. Prayers to you and your family

  8. Alison Sills Lockett on July 28, 2021 at 10:59 am

    I’m so grateful for the memories I shared with Patty. She was witty, so intelligent, caring, and so much fun. My heart is broken for Max, as I know he was the absolute center of her life. She loved him more than words.

    I’ll sure miss her- my memories of Patty are something I’ll cherish, always.

  9. Lenette Hamm on July 28, 2021 at 10:50 am

    Dan, Connie, Chris & Max ~ You all are family to me and have been for many years. Patty was such a sweetheart, funny as all get-out, and one of the brightest young woman I had the pleasure to know. My heart is in pieces for your loss. Sending love and peace, now and forever.

  10. Margaret Marquez on July 28, 2021 at 10:20 am

    Patty was such a light! She was so intelligent and so witty. I loved sitting and talking with her as she always made me laugh. We love you, Patty and we will be keeping Max and the rest of your family in our hearts.

  11. Lisa Keating on July 28, 2021 at 10:03 am

    Patty had one of the biggest hearts I have ever seen. She had the best sense of humor and was such a beautiful person. Her light was extinguished far too soon but the people whose lives she touched are forever changed for the better. I am grateful I was one. Your family is in my thoughts during this difficult time.

  12. Connie Berg on July 28, 2021 at 9:31 am

    To the sweetest person in the world , taken away way to soon.
    Missing you so much already.
    Love you forever and ever.
    Always in my heart,

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