On Monday, February 22, 2021, a very special angel gained her wings when Dianne Fisher stepped into her father’s loving arms.
Born March 15, 1943 in Lubbock Texas, Mrs. Fisher spent her younger years in the West Texas area. She graduated from Monterrey High School, then attended the Nursing program at Texas Tech University. Although Texas was always where she called home and came back to, she did live and love a few other places as well: Wyoming, California, Oregon and Georgia. She spent her final 18 years here in the Paris area. She felt she had finally found the true home she was looking for.
She retired several years ago from Medical Transcription. This was her occupation for many many years, working at home self employed as well as working on site in various hospitals.
Mrs. Fisher had a few hobbies that she really enjoyed. She was a die-hard “trekkie”, attending conferences and holding various club positions in different states. She was a member of MENSA and was always happy to find someone with whom she could converse with on that level. Her favorite hobbies, however, were sewing, crocheting and crafting. She always had handmade items displayed with love throughout her home and preferred to make her own clothes.
Dianne was preceeded in death by her parents, V.E. and Nellie McFarling; biological father, Jack Aydelott; her brother, Jerry Aydelott; her husband of 30+ years, James Fisher; as well as special friends JD and Georgia Armstrong.
Survivors left to celebrate her include her sisters JoAnn Rhea and Nancy Rushing; daughter, Charli Altum;her special daughter Michelle Morgan; grandchildren Alexandria Pugh,
Bradley Smith, Cassandra Smith, Dennis Smith; special grandchildren Adam, Melinda, Madisyn and Danielle Ornberg and Kacee Gravel; as well as numerous cousins, nieces and nephews and friends.