On Thursday, July 1, 2021, Susan M. Fisher, loving wife and mother of 4 children, peacefully joined the angels in Heaven at the age of 66. Susan passed away at Taylor Hospital surrounded by her loving family and friends. Susan loved her family and friends even with her diagnosis of ALS Susan fought the battle to the end, and lived life to the fullest. Her favorite past times were hiking in the woods and occasionally getting lost but one of her most thrilling hiking trips was hiking part of the Appalachian trail with her son Thomas. Susan also loved spending time with her friends and family for the annual girls weekend away. This included lots of laughter, eating and some scrapbooking. Susan also loved her work family enjoying the gatherings after work and the boat trips together. Nothing can top the times Susan and her loving husband Tom spent together with their mini getaways and times spent together at home. Tom loved her to the end she will be missed dearly by all.
Survived by her lovely husband Thomas W. Fisher and their 4 children, Tina (Chris) Carulli, Julie (Jeﬀrey) Orr, Tanya (Charles) Wise and Thomas S. Fisher.
Along With Grand Children Sara, Anthony, Lizzy, Emily, Patrick, Lily, Joshua and Maddy and Susans Siblings Jenny, Juanita , David, and Ellen. As Well as many Nieces and Nephews.
We can’t forget the Family Dog Lady who loved Susan very much. Along with their cat Daisy who has been with the family for a very long time.
Preceded by her Mother and Father Earl and Jane Hummel, Father and Mother In-Laws William and Ann Fisher and Susans dear brother Wally.
In Remembrance of Susan there will be a celebration of Life to honor the many years she was here with us.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a visitation for Susan on October 16th, 2021 at Faith Community Church, 3515 A, Edgmont Ave, Brookhaven, PA 19015, from 10 AM to 11 AM, followed by a memorial service beginning at 11 AM. A luncheon will take place after the service is concluded.
In lieu of ﬂowers please make a donation to the ALS foundation in her name as it would be very much appreciated and would help others live life to the fullest like Susan did.