Carol E Fisher
9 enero , 1935 – 29 junio , 2019
Carol E. Fisher, 84, passed away June 29 at her home. She was born January 9, 1935 in Chicago, IL, the daughter of Harold and Burnis (Parrish) West. Carol was a 1952 graduate of Warren Central High School. During the following year she would become a wife and mother.
She was a loving and nurturing mother to her three sons. After the boys were raised, she went on to highly successful careers in floral and interior decorating, working for McNamara Florists and JC Penney, as well as owning her own business, Flowers Forever. Carol was an avid card player and voracious reader. She was a longtime member of Good Shepherd United Methodist Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents and daughter-in-law, Kim Fisher. Carol is survived by her devoted husband of 67 years, Donald M. Fisher, Sr.; her children Donald, Jr., (Paula), John Fisher, and Robert Fisher and her brother, Timothy West (Sheryl). She will be greatly missed by her six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Visitation will be held at Little & Sons, 4901 E. Stop 11 Road, Indianapolis from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, July 20. Carol's memorial service will follow immediately at 4 p.m.
Memorial gifts may be made to the American Heart Association or the American Lung Association.
- Visitation sábado, 20 julio , 2019
- Memorial Service sábado, 20 julio , 2019
Carol E Fisher
25 julio , 2019
Do you remember me - Emilee Frincke? Vicky Gardner called last night to tell me about Carol. Then she forwarded the obituary, complete with pictures. She had heard from Linda Fox.
I really was so fond of Carol. I know that you are missing her so much! She was a dear!
I will never forget the fun times we had playing cards and eating lots of good things! First time we met we were at the beach with Vicky and the Foxes. I love the picture of all of us at Vicky's daughter's cabin on Watts Bar Lake.
I hope and pray that you and your sons will find the peace that only God can give.
12 julio , 2019
Carol was a volunteer at the St Francis South Campus for several years. I met her while we were eating lunch every Thursday!! She was a wonderful lady and was always smiling and had a heart of gold!! She will be missed!! GOD bless her family!!