Elizabeth ‘Betty Rose’ (Snyder) Fisher

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The heavenly gates opened Sept. 9, 2021, to welcome our beloved mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend. Elizabeth “Betty Rose” (Snyder) Fisher, 90, is now reunited with her loving husband Harvey Fisher Jr., her parents Ward and Lucille Snyder, sister Eloise, brothers Glenn, Tom, Barry, and son Jerry. 

  Born in Milton, PA on Feb. 13, 1931, Betty Rose’s adventurous spirit led her to Tucson in 1956. There, in 1961, she married Harv instantly becoming a parent to his children, Jerry and Karen. Daughter Kathy would later become their third Fisher child.

  Betty is survived by brother, Wayne (Amy) Snyder; daughters, Karen (John) Bloom and Kathryn (Mario) Chavez; four grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, loving nieces, nephews, and pets. 

  Services will be held Oct. 2, at 10 .a.m in the  Catalina United Methodist Church, Memorial Chapel,  2700 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ. 

  Thanks to Casa de la Luz and to Ms. Betty’s amazing private caregivers: Laura, Lorraine, Claudia, Ebony and more.

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