OBITUARY

Lois Marie Fisher

October 27, 1962April 6, 2019
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Lois Marie Stines Fisher, 56, of Unionville died Saturday, April 6, 2019 in her home. She was born October 27, 1962 in Bloomington to Herschel Stines and Louise Harden Stines. She had been a paralegal at Ken Nunn Law Office.

Survivors include her husband of 19 years, Todd Fisher of Unionville; her parents of Bedford; two daughters, Becky Jones of Bedford and Melissa Rodman and her husband Brent of Williams; two sons, Robert Chilton and his wife Tabitha of Heltonville and Matt Chilton and his wife Nathalie of Leesville; a step daughter, Katie Fisher of Martinsville; four grandchildren, Colton, Hunter, Dakota and Kaylyn; a sister, Bonnie Stines of Bedford; a brother, Tim Stines and his wife Wendi of Bedford; and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lois had been a wedding caterer, a paralegal, a member of the Jackson Township of Brown County Volunteer Fire Department, the Moose Lodge of Martinsville and the Bedford Eagles, Aerie 654. She loved spending time with her family and going fishing and spending time on their boat. Lois and Todd shared their lives and home with foster children and currently have 2 staying with them.

There will be a gathering of family and friends on Friday, April 12, 2019 from 4:00 – 8:00 PM in Bond-Mitchell Funeral Home, 1682 State Road 135 North, Nashville. Funeral Services are scheduled for Saturday, April 13, 2019 at 11:00 AM in the funeral home with 1 hour of visitation prior to services. Burial will follow in Pleasant View Cemetery. Following the burial, there will be a Celebration of Life Dinner / get-together at Honey Creek Farms, 8424 Low Gap Road. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends Friday, April 12, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 13, 2019
REMEMBERING

Lois Marie Fisher

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Mel Roach

April 13, 2019

Lois was such a beautiful soul inside and out. Her smile and laugh were contagious. I am so blessed that she was my friend, but she was so much more than a friend...I love her like a sister and Todd like a brother. There are so many wonderful memories of laughing, dancing and singing. One of my favorite memories is when she and I auditioned for Nashville Star. We spent the day enjoying the music and laughing at two old ladies doing something so crazy! She said this is something we can tell our grandchildren. She was fearless on stage singing her 30 second clip of Me and Charlie Talking. Fly high beautiful lady. I know you are singing with the angels. Love and prayers to Todd and the family.

Julie Hamilton

April 12, 2019

So many memories from the fun times of sitting by campfires,boating,fishing,and being the best neighbor and friend. Lois had a talent and visions that this city girl could not see. She was one of the strongest and bravest woman I know. You never told Lois she can’t do something because she would prove she could and I loved that. I will try to stay strong in your memory and will never forget you. Good Night Lois! You will always be in my heart.
Thoughts and Prayers to Todd,Family,and Friends.
And lots of Hugs

Melissa Rodman

April 12, 2019

My mom was very special. I love how you didn't let hard times in life stop you, you just kept pushing forward. I am going to live my life to the fullest just like you did and will always keep your memory alive. Miss and love you very much. Save a place and some Grace for me until I see you again in Heaven and I hate that you won't be here to enjoy me and Brent's kids here on earth someday but I know you will be watching over us and they will know all about you.

Todd Fisher

April 11, 2019

Lois was one of a kind. I met her around 20 years ago and we hit it off. She would go out on the lake she would go fishing she would go anywhere I led her. She was a very loving wife and loved her children as much as she loved her parents and her siblings. The last several years has been very rough for her and although it's selfish I want her back even though I know now she can see , she can do anything she wants and she's living pain free. I know you're reading this heaven heaven my angel. I just want you to know that I will do my best to raise the two children we have in our home that we were going to call our own. Fly high my angel and every now and then drop me a crumb to show me the way. I love you ; Till we meet again.

Forever Your Officer T Fisher
Christopher
Cody Todd Fisher

Pam Dugan

April 10, 2019

Todd and family,
On behalf of your Lake Lemon family, please know how saddened we are at your loss. Lois was a true lover of the lake and all it has to offer, and she will be missed by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. May you find some measure of comfort in knowing that her last years were spent in your very special home on Northshore Drive.
Pam Dugan and family

Brent Stines

April 9, 2019

So sorry to hear news of Lois passing. Lois was my cousin sadly I didn't know her well due to our age difference. As a kid visiting Grandpa and Grandma Stines I knew my cousins my age but Lois and lots of my cousins were babies or very young. I feel like I know her and husband Todd from postings on facebook. What wonderful and loving people for what they do for kids and their community. Bless them both. At my Dads funeral Uncle Bucky told me not to feel bad for dad but to be happy that he made the journey we all will make one day. Bless Lois on her journey and her Vctory.

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