Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel & Cemetery

7301 East Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX


Myrtle Mary Fisher

April 18, 1926June 21, 2020

Myrtle Mary Fisher, 94, passed Peacefully on June 21,2020 in Fort Worth, Texas. She was born in Brock, Texas on April 18, 1926 to the Late William and Myrtle Hill.

Myrtle was a PBX Operator for many years, sewed for the public and “raised many babies” as she would say. She was known for her canned green beans, strawberry cake, Potato Salad, Christmas candy, Crochet blankets and loved to sew. Myrtle true passion was watching sports and cheering for her favorite Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys. She had a beautiful yard with a variety of flowers that she loved to share. She made friends everywhere she went. Myrtle was full of love and had a giving spirit ready to help anyone that needed it. Myrtle loved the Lord. We find peace knowing she is restored and living with Jesus.

She is preceded in death by her husband of 54 years, Sam Fisher.

She is survived by her son Eddie Taylor and his wife Becky, Daughter Mary and husband Doug Witter; Brother Bill Hill, Sister Louise Carson; grandchildren Jason Hemphill, Jennifer Cunningham and Shannon, Angela Weiler and Matt, Jonathan Taylor and Misty; great-grandchildren Brant Hassell, Ryan Hemphill, Libbie Hemphill, Byron McIntire, Cole McIntire, Hudson Weiler, Emerson Weiler, Madelyn Weiler, Colton Taylor and Autumn Taylor; as well as many other family members who love and will miss her.

Visitation will be held on Thursday June 25 at 1:00 pm at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel and Cemetery, 7301 East Lancaster, Fort Worth, TX. Graveside service will be held on June 25, 2020 at 2:00 pm at Shannon Rose Hill Funeral Chapel and Cemetery, 7301, East Lancaster Fort Worth, TX.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, June 25, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, June 25, 2020


Myrtle Mary Fisher

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Ann McMahan

June 23, 2020

I knew Ms. Fisher, as Myrt. A strong, quiet, kind and determined little lady. She was adored, loved, and left a beautiful legacy in her children and grands, and will be missed, but we all here, keep looking up, surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, soon to join her. Rest In Peace beloved Myrt. You are with the King forevermore. Hallelujah.