Irene Fisher

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Irene Fisher

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Irene Fisher
Irene Fisher

Our beloved mom, Irene Fisher, died April 10, 2015 at age 87.  Born in Heil, ND, to Emil and Christina Wuest, October 15, 1927, she married Stan Fisher on November 10, 1945, after graduation from Huntley Project High School.  Irene was predeceased by her husband, her son John, 2 grandsons and her 6 siblings.  Surviving her are 4 children:  Sharon (Gus) Gerhardt, Bob (Kea), Don (Susan) and Carol (Tim Mack) Brumfield, 11 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

Irene was feisty, forthright and spirited, loved to tell jokes (some off-color!), had a great sense of humor and was a wonderful cook.  You never left her house empty handed, and her family meant everything to her. Her great grandchildren called her “Grandma Great”, which she was.

Besides being mother, a helpmate to Stan on their ranches at Worden, Silesia and Fox and co-owner of Fisher Water Service, she was active in DOES, enjoyed painting ceramics, sewing, square dancing, bowling, playing cards, socializing and being a campground host.

A special thank you to her home health aide, Carol.  Memorials may be made to Cole’s Western Wishes, 3131 Sollar Blvd # 12, Billings, MT, 59102.  Funeral services will be at 11 am Tuesday, April 14th at Bethlehem Congregational Church on Main Street in Worden, MT, with interment at Pleasantview  Cemetery.

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  1. Fisher family –

    John and Irene were truly dear people. I had the good fortune of knowing them both in my days at International Harvester and later over 20 years in the insurance business. They were a delight to have known.

    Michael Young

  2. Joanne Reichert King

    I always remember your Mom with her big smile and outgoing personality. This takes me back to the White Horse school days. Our families always had great times together. Such good memories. My deepest sympathy to your families. Joanne Reichert King

  3. Frances and Bill Main

    Irene was our Neighbor on the east bench near Red Lodge.
    We loved her smile and fun stories.She was a lively lady who dearly loved her family.
    We enjoyed pinochle games with her and Stan.We also went to squaredances.Many good memories.
    Our sympathy and good thoughts to all the family.
    Love,
    Bill and Fran

  4. Shirley was so sad to lose Irene and not be able to share with family due to her hospitalization with a hip fracture. Shirley and Lud had many fun times with Irene and Stan.
    Our continued prayers in your loss. Gabrian Family

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