Alexandra A. "Lexie" Fullgrapp

July 14th, 1986 to May 7th, 2022

Alexandra Ann “Lexie” Fullgrapp, 35, of Port Huron, formerly of Sarasota, Florida, went to Heaven on Saturday, May 7, 2022 after a long illness.

Lexie was born July 14, 1986 in Port Huron and graduated from Port Huron Northern High School in 2004 and then Ross Medical Education Center. She lived in Florida from 2011 to 2018 where she was a financial coordinator at Freeman Orthodontics in Sarasota. Freeman Orthodontics was more than a job to her, it brought her so much joy and love. She moved home in 2018 to be closer to family. Lexie was born with multiple debilitating diseases that affected her quality of life, but you would never know that if you met her! She was dealt a very difficult battle that she fought with her loving faith in God, positivity, and humor for a very long time.

If you knew Lex, then you knew the kind of heart she had. Whether it was the one she was born with or the one that was gifted to her in 2018 on Christmas Eve-Eve. That second heart gave us three more years of her love, laughter, kindness, grace, and generosity. Lex so loved her big hair, long nails, oversized glasses, and high heels. All of these were characteristics she was recognized for and received many compliments! She was the first one on board to help plan any kind of celebration: Birthdays, Anniversaries, let alone ANY kind of holiday, especially Christmas! She just had so much love to give. Not only was she our “Queen of Hearts” but she was the queen of all snacks and candy and could beat anyone at Jeopardy any day.

Whether it was “Lex”, “Beanie”, “Lexler”, “Allie”, “Auntie”, or “Alexandra Ann”, she was truly loved by her family and friends, especially her parents and sisters. The impact she had on people through her love and faith in Jesus is the legacy she leaves. No matter her fight through the years with health, her spirit never dampened and her love for her Savior sustained her.

Our family is forever grateful for the nurses and doctors at the University of Michigan who cared for Lexie over the years and especially those who cared for her in the ICU as she took her last breath here, in order to take her first breath in Heaven.

As a family, we would like to express our sincere gratitude for the outpouring of love and prayers that we have received from all over the world for our sweet and beautiful Alexandra Ann.

She is survived by her parents, Cindy (Dr. David) Bolla and Roy (Mary) Fullgrapp; three sisters, Courtney (Jeremy) Lewandowski, Brittany (Austin) Blake, Dr. Chelsea Fullgrapp (fiancé Dr. Adam Scheurer); step-brother, Steven Muncie; four nephews, Payton, Caden, Evan and Luke Lewandowski; grandmother, Theresa Jacobson; many aunts, uncles and cousins; and her precious puppy, Kholie. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Mary Kallio, William Jacobson, Alfred and Elli Fullgrapp; and cousin, Corey Joseph Kuhr.

Visitation will be 5-8 p.m. Thursday and 1-3 and 5-8 p.m. Friday in Marysville Funeral Home, 1200 Michigan Avenue, Marysville.

Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, 2022 in Griswold Street Baptist Church with visitation beginning at 1:30 p.m. Lexie’s cousin, Pastor Craig Mayes, and Dr. Timothy North will officiate. Family and friends may view the service livestream by visiting Lexie’s obituary page of the funeral home website.

Burial will be in Lakeside Cemetery, Port Huron.

Memorial contributions in honor of our Queen of Hearts may be made to the University of Michigan with memo “Frankel Cardiovascular Center” at the funeral home or by visiting In addition, Organ Donation meant a lot to Lexie, please consider being a donor. Lexie also shared her journey on a wonderful podcast, The-Queen-of-Hearts-ea6g3h. To send condolences, visit


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