Marjorie Elaine Fisher

April 22, 1932 ‒ March 21, 2016

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Marjorie Elaine Fisher, age 83, of Mount Vernon passed away on Monday, March 21, 2016 at the Knox Community Hospital. Elaine was born on April 22, 1932 in Knox Co., to the late Harley and Anna Faye (Wilson) Warner.

In her younger years, Elaine loved to paint and would spend hours on end perfecting her craft. Animals were a big part of her life; she loved taking care of her pets, especially her canine companion “Spike”.  Elaine made many friends at the Ohio Eastern Star Home and enjoyed living there.  Most of all she loved being around her family.

She is survived by her son, Gary (Bonnie) Warner of Fredericktown; two grandchildren, Mike Warner and Patty Straight, and 5 great-grandchildren; a sister Jean (Gail) Neighbarger of Utica; two sisters-in-law, Dorothy Fisher of Chesterville and Marjorie Fisher of Florida; and numerous nieces and nephews; special friends RL and Mary Lamson.

Besides her parents, Elaine is preceded in death by her husband, Robert Fisher; two sisters, Elizabeth Clift and Kathleen Allen; a brother Harley Warner Jr.

A graveside service will be held on Friday, March 25, 2016 at 11:30 AM in Maple Grove Cemetery in Chesterville, OH.

Memorial contributions may be made to:  Ohio Eastern Star Home; 1451 Gambier Rd. Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050.

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  • I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Fisher’s passing, in the short time that I knew her she touched my heart. She loved Spike so much and even recited a beautiful poem about another one of her dogs to me. Please accept our condolences, we will miss seeing her with Spike .

    Amanda Rogers, DVM and the entire team at Complete Care Animal Hospital

  • So sorry to hear of Elaine’s passing. I will miss having our occasional phone “chats”.
    The last time I talked with her she was so happy with her life. She was “adored” by my brother, Bob. He called her “Chick”! I will miss her. Margie

  • We have all good memories of Aunt Elaine; she was kind to us and a good partner for Uncle Bob.

    Roger & Jeannine Davis
    Palm Harbor, FL

  • When I was a little girl, I remember spending the night a few times with Aunt Elaine and Uncle Bob at their house.
    They were so much fun and I didn’t want to leave.
    I always felt at home with them.
    God bless Aunt Elaine and her family.
    Eternal comfort and peace.
    Tami Kendall and family
    (daughter of Mary Lou Davis, RIP)
    Spring, Texas

  • I’m so sorry to hear of Elaine’s passing.
    Such a shock, it came so suddenly.
    She was always happy & talkative… I enjoyed our conversations a lot. She felt like family.

    Elaine was studying the Bible to become one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, as I am one. She was very devoted & made many friends in the congregation.

    I’m looking forward to seeing Elaine again in the resurrection that the Bible promises.
    She will be missed, but we will meet again.

  • I will miss seeing her smiling face in the morning and her random visits to the other areas through out the day, and how she would get exited to tell me the latest coloring she was working on.

  • I’m so sorry to hear of Elaine’s passing.
    I always enjoyed talking to her, she was always happy & had something to say.
    She was studying with Jehovah’s witnesses & attended the meetings….which is where we met.
    She will be missed, until we meet again in the resurrection.

  • I was very sorry to see Mrs. Fisher’s obituary and it seems like I just saw her and stopped to visit. I had no idea she was ill. She told me many loving stories about her Spikie. . .she loved this little dog so much! She was always so friendly and so beautifully dressed . . and she seemed to love visiting with everyone. I already miss seeing her on my visits to OES . . she was such a beautiful lady.

  • We are truly saddened to hear the loss of Elaine, she was always so happy and smiling. We loved her to pieces and always enjoyed when she’d stop in weather it was for jenna to cut her hair or she was just shopping in the plaza and would show us whatever deals she found:) we will sincerly miss her she always brightened our day. We all love her so much. Rest in piece Elaine.