- 76 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 24, 1938
- Place of birth:
Jackson, Michigan, United States
- Date of passing: Feb 7, 2015
- Place of passing:
Scottsdale, Arizona, United States
|Let the memory of Nancy be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Nancy Fisher, 76, born on March 24, 1938 to parents Melvin Daniel and Violet Matilda Tittle and passed away peacefully in her home on February 7, 2015.
She is survived by:
Her husband, Ken Fisher
Her brother, Jack Tittle
Her children, James Fisher, Susan and son-in-law John Vanyo
Her grandchildren, Melissa and husband Zoltan Varga, Kelly Vanyo and husband Andrew Walker, Katie Vanyo, Tim Fisher, Nick Fisher, Riane Fisher and Michael Fisher
Her great grandchildren, Calvin Varga and Ronald Varga
Her nieces, Debby, Janet, Karen, Lynn, Nan, Kelly and nephew Tom
And lost but never forgotten son Bill, brother Tom and sister Sue
We are holding a Celebration of Life for Nancy in Scottsdale, Arizona on Saturday, March 14th at the home of John and Susan Vanyo. Please leave a message below if you are able to join us.
"Just wanted you guys to know I'm thinking about you an your mother.
we were neighbors a short time, but it was a great experience..playing horse an just sitting around the campfire an meeting her wonderful family. lv you guys
"I will keep Nancy as my intention for the Mass of the Lord's Supper tonight.
May Christ bless you."
"We have so many great memories we had with you guys in Michigan. Going canoeing, camping, golfing, The Grotto club and parties at your house and at ours. I am so glad we were there in Oct. to see you. Love you so much Kenny and keep in touch, The Buhlees."
"For my special Aunt Nancy. I remember when I was young and you lived down the street from Grandma and Bill. I was barely out of the car and I was running down the street to see Uncle Kenny, Aunt Nancy, Susie, Jimmy and Billy. I was greeted with the biggest smile from Aunt Nancy and she always made me feel real special and very welcome. In fact no matter where you lived, everyone always felt welcome in your home. Love to you, Uncle Kenny, Jimmy, Susie, John and family."
"Kelly, it is sad when we get so busy with kids,working and life in general that we lose track of old friends. Nancy was a beautiful person. I don't think I ever saw her without a smile. Everyone who's life she touched will surely miss her. Rick and I will be at her Celebration of Life. Could you please email address and time to us. Thank you.
Prayers to Ken and the family. Rick & Charlotte Crook"
"So many fun and happy memories that I will always hold in my heart of you my Aunt Nancy. I think I wore your record out when I use to babysit for Susie, Jimmy& Billy. "If I Had A Hammer," kept us singing & dancing and we played it over and over again. I think you laughed as hard as uncle Kenny and I when he wore a hole in his pants doing the twist with me. We sure had fun. I was glad you moved to Arizona to be near your family...it was right where you had to be. I know you will have that fun, beautiful laughter and smile with you always.
Thinking of my far away Uncle and cousins and sending my thoughts & prayers to all of you."
"To our Aunt Nancy. I remember her as always fun, happy and the life of the party or family gathering. You could always hear her voice above the crowd, usually laughing. I was one of the lucky older cousins that got to babysit for Susie, Jimmy and Billy. The best part was that I got to spend the night! My only regret is that you moved away from Michigan so long ago. I remember in the Fisher family we had the in-laws and the out-laws. Aunt Nancy was an out-law! So Aunt Nancy enjoy your time in heaven with Uncle Willie, Aunt Pic, Aunt Mickey, Uncle Don, Uncle Jim, Donnie Clark, Colleen Gerighty (you two behave yourselves), Jeff Haney and of course our beloved Billy. May you rest in peace, free of pain and free of burdon. You will be missed. With Love, Gary and Diane (Terry) Skinner"
"Nancy an Ken were such wonderful neighbors, we always had a wonderful time together. e-mail me the address so if I can make it I will
Just glad she is out of all that pain. Love to all"
"I was so sad to hear of Nancy's passing. Nancy and I have known each other since the 9th grade at East. We shared many fun events with our girlfriends at JHS. Nancy and I were cheerleaders @ JHS together. She really enjoyed all the sporting events. Especially the basketball games. The two of us cheered @ MSU and our team won the State Championship. Of course, Kenny was playing on the team!! I heard from Nancy last summer. I had sent her pictures of our classmates taken @ a mini. JHS reunion. She was so excited to see her old friends.I was grateful to be her friend and enjoy her friendship. Nancy will be missed by all!!!!! RIP, Mary Roberts Kellogg JHS 1956"
"I am so glad I drove with mom and dad to Arizona and had a chance to visit with Aunt Nancy while I was there. Growing up with all the Fisher cousins and Aunts and Uncles left us all with lasting memories and a wonderful sense of family."
""Señoritas and our Cantina dresses"
Wasting away again in Rocky point Mexico, I wish that was a theme song for my grandma and grandpa, as that was their love of travel kicking back on the beach having happy hour and enjoying their family as we dance around on the beach in the campground without a care in the world. Grandma was quite wonderful at making everyone of her grandkids feel special.A great memory I have is when she took Kelly and I to the fishmarket in Mexico and let us pick out canteen addresses. It was a great way for us to dance on the dance floor while our grandparents or parents have happy hour. Grandma would always go to great lengths to make sure we looked her best. She picked out the most frilly beautiful girly dresses and let us Dance about the dance floor while she laughed and enjoyed the site of such a great memory she created. She was really good at making Kelly and I feel so special with it with a sweet little baby like Katie in the picture."
"A great memory I have of my grandma, would have to be titled as "she nailed it"
About 25 years ago, my grandma entered cosmetology school in becoming a nail technician. I was so proud of her as she was so tickled to start doing nail art and working on people and chatting with them all day. She was always so good at striking up conversations with a complete stranger and knowing their life story within 20 minutes. It was out in Mesa where she took this class there was about 30 people in there, she used me a six-year-old pretty much that age, as her nail model.I felt so special as she put Jewels all over my fingernails and sat there giggling and laughing with all of the friends that she made. I was so honored to be her granddaughter and thought she was just the coolest person in the world. Later that night my sister Kelly and I stayed over at my grandma and grandpa's house as it was her favorite thing to do with having a baby sister like Katie my parents spent time with her while Kelly and I stayed over there at grandma and grandpa, the fun grandparents.grandma took out her nail kit and proceeded to give grandpa a manicure. Kelly and I laughed so freaking hard we pretty much Peed our pants. She continued on giving him acrylic nails and grandpa just sat there smiling as he knew it was the funniest night we've had. She did a great job and I have to applaud her she was quite the nail technician. All in all whatever she put her mind to and followed through with it, she she truly nailed it."
"One of the thousand lessons I have learned from my grandma I would love to share with all of you. She was a very wise woman no doubt about that when my sister Kelly and I were about six years old seven years old, we were quite curious about her cigarettes that she will leave on the patio table, while her and grandpa were kicking back with some beers one night, Kelly and I decided to sneak one of her cigarette we went and hid in the palm trees in the backyard out in their Mesa house and try to light one up. Nothing gets by grandma and she knew it was so silent that we were up to no good. The lessons she taught us was she told us to sit there and smoke the rest of the cigarette and after one puff Kelly and I were throwing up and we learned our lesson to never touch another cigarette again. I love her wise Ways and miss every bit that she taught us. In fact her giggle and chuckle as we sat there learning her lesson, is still vivid to me now. I miss her laugh and her chuckle. I think we all do.That's just one of the many lessons. We all need a laugh every once in a while. She was very good at laughing."
"A very bright candle burned out February 7th; but an even brighter star now burns in heaven. She will be greatly missed. Richard and I will attend the celebration of Nancy's life."
"Nancy was a special person to me and i am sure to many others! The mold was broken when she was born, a one of a kind person! After i married Lynn Frame is when i really got to know Nancy and Ken fisher. They were always hosting family and friend get togethers, you could say that people gravitated around them. I have recently seen pictures of Nancy with her grand kids, it amazed me how often she was with her grandkids when they were little, it showed the love they had for each other. Those Vanyo girls and Jim Fisher kids have alot of street smarts, a strong back bone along with love for one and other, i believe Nancy had some to do with that. I always called her aunt and she called me, well i can't say that but we always had alot of fun around each other. Aunt thank you for all the good times and for being my friend! you will always be loved and missed!!!"
"Just talked to Uncle, he is going to let me share a special moment with Aunt.
Do Again, he tucked her in and said he was going to turn off lights. . .
Aunt asked him to kiss her, he did
She said, Do again . . . he did
She said, Do again . . . he did
She said, Do again . . . he did
She then said O.K. Love you
Mike and I loved and will miss Aunt so much but, Do again? This was a message to all of us to always care, love and live like Aunt and Uncle did.
Do Again is a household, daily KISS in our lives thanks to Aunt and Uncle. I love all the Fisher family, sorry for the tears, glad for the memories!!!!!!!!!!
Will miss your friendship, smile and love forever Nanner"
"So many good memories with Ken and Nancy. Nancy will be
greatly missed. We are so sorry that we haven't spent more time
with them in the past few year but they were always on our mind
and in our hearts."
"We have known the Vanyos for almost 30 years. I always saw Nancy at the major family events from holidays to baby showers through the years. She was always friendly and smiling. The wonderful family memories will live on."
"Kelly, my wife and I will be attending Nancy memorial. What's the address. Mr&Mrs. John Seeger"
"Aunt Nancy I will forever hold you in my heart. Now you are with Billy and everyone that passed before you. Say hello to my mother and father I will miss your occasional phone calls, the jokes we shared but you are in a better place. Love you forever."
"We miss you Nancy, and are better for having known you. Now you can enjoy the Michigan cider and Coney Island hot dogs you loved. You also know of all the love your family and friend have for you."
"Lots of great memories with the family at Portage Lake, forever remember playing baseball with Mom, Dad, Susie and Billy we didn't know mom couldn't catch, ouch. A small piece of why you were loved so much."
"We are so thankful to be in Arizona this winter. Thankful that we were with Nancy before she passed away and with my brother, Ken and their family. We love you all. Rosie and Mr. Lou. We will attend the Celebration of Nancy's llfe."
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