Patricia Parker Fisher

Patricia Parker Fisher

WESTERLO — Patricia “Trish” Parker Fisher of Virginia Beach, Virginia, formerly of Westerlo, “entered into eternal rest at the age of 87 on May 10, 2021, joining her dearly missed husband, Walter M. Fisher Jr., son Robert D. Fisher, and sister Judith Parker Dyndor,” her family wrote in a tribute.

“Patricia’s beautiful spirit lives on in every life she touched,” her family wrote. “Patricia and her husband, Walt, were married for 53 years, raising their two sons, Michael and Bobby, in their Westerlo home, a historic farmhouse, which she so loved.  ,She was a devoted and loving wife and mother, forever going the extra mile.

“Patricia was a wonderful cook and a gracious hostess. She was a true giver in every sense of the word, caring for both her mother and mother-in-law in their home as well as her husband through final days. For the past five years, Patricia resided in Virginia Beach to be with her much loved son Michael and “daughter” Vaunda and to be near her cherished granddaughter Krystal. She was so delighted to be able to share in the life of her new great-grandson, Ryker.

“Patricia was a beautiful person both inside and out. She was always smiling, upbeat, and maintained a positive attitude throughout her life. She was a very strong woman in all ways, and she consistently lent that strength to others in their time of need. Her heart was wide open and always full of love and pride for her loved ones.

“She was that special someone who was forever on your side, and she always saw the best in each of us. Patricia had a natural sparkle and brought great joy to all who were so very fortunate to know and love her. She was a true gem in every possible way and will forever be in our hearts.”

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Patricia Parker Fisher is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Vaunda Snyder of Virginia Beach; by her daughter-in-law Caitlin Acheson of Barcelona, Spain; by her granddaughter Krystal McClellan and her husband, Richard, of Virginia Beach; by her step-granddaughter Corinna McConnell and her husband, Kevin, of Virginia Beach; by her step-grandson Scott Barraclough of New Port Richie, Florida; by her step-grandson John Cuddy of Virginia Beach and Steven; by her step-granddaughters Denae and Oenone Acheson of Barcelona, Spain; by her great-grandsons Carson McConnell and Ryker McClellan of Virginia Beach; by her brother-in-law Gordon Dyndor and his wife, Marilyn, of Watervliet; by her brother-in-law and sister-in-law Douglas and Dorothy Fisher of East Berne; by her niece Dorothy Meister of Hobe Sound, Florida; by her nephew Robert Marshall and his wife, Mary, of Elon, North Carolina by her nieces Lori Curtiss and her husband, Bruce, of Saratoga Springs, Dona Fisher Bruckman of Ravena, and Deanna Hagadone and her husband, James, of Westerlo, as well as by many great-nieces and great-nephews, cousins, friends, and especially dear friend, Sharon Summers Doughty of Virginia Beach.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at Saratoga National Cemetery at a date to be determined.

Memorial messages may be left at www.altamontenterprise.com/milestones.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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