Diana Fisher

Diana Fisher

November 4, 1953 - March 23, 2010

Diana Fisher

November 4, 1953 - March 23, 2010

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Mrs. Helen Diana Fisher, age 56 of Reevesville, SC died suddenly Tuesday, March 23 while visiting family in Columbia, TN. A native of Gideon, MO, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Ruby Mae Smart Garrison and a homemaker. Diana is survived by her husband: John W. Fisher, Jr. of Reevesville, SC; three daughters: Michelle Dawn Darwesh of Sarasota, FL, Elizabeth Kaye Fisher of Waxhaw, NC, and Carolyn Fisher of Reevesville, SC; two sons: Tonny Griffin of St. Cloud, FL and Wesley Fisher of Columbia, TN; two brothers: David Wayne Garrison of Rockford, IL and Ricky Garrison of Black, MO; 4 sisters: Vicky Fisher of Mt. Pleasant, Rhonda Green of Fairdeling, MO, Sheila Jordan of Tony, AL and Betty Howard of Poplar Bluff, MO; and 14 grandchildren: Sean Cato of St. George, SC, Angela Recob and Ashley Lang of Searcy, AR, Lauren Griffin of St. Cloud, FL, Sarah and Savannah Fisher of Waxhaw, NC, Maegan Christopher, Shadee Mohamed and Romy Mohamed of Reevesville, SC, John IV, Adam, Sammy, Leah and Carly Fisher, all of Columbia, TN. The family will schedule memorial services at a later date.

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2 responses to Diana Fisher

  1. I am so very sorry, my deepest sympathy for you and your family. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Brenda an Bob Markey

  2. Dawn Darwesh says:

    About My Mom I was raised in a world where the impossible never existed, My Mom always said that anything you want or want to do is possible if you truly believe and your strong enough to do it! My mom was right! I am an published author and I am very successful I own my own business, I have travel the world, I have everything I ever wanted and My Mom was so very Proud of who I have become, they say you can’t be a parent and a best friend obviously they donâ??t know My Mom, she was always our friend and most of all the Mother every one dreamed of having, Donâ??t get me wrong there is always some good and some bad I was a nightmare child! but there was so much more good than bad, I remember her singing, dancing she had a unique was of dancing Ha ha, she said never tell that part so I won’t and she played games with me and my brother Oh she was so fun playing video games! and she even played dolls with me when I was a child many times, we had so much fun, she even taught us things she felt that was important for life like school Momma style, Oh and never forget she had eyes in the back of her head I am very sure, she never hid things from us and we was always aloud to make our own choices, she would say “I can’t live your life for you but I would do it like this or it would be better if you did it like this” She didnâ??t ever judge us she accepted us for who we are even if it was her personal choice, most parents want kids to be a carbon copy of them self’s, she just wanted us to be truly happy with who we are and we are!, Because of her! It’s funny you donâ??t think too much about all these things until it’s too late, I am sure she knows how much we love her and that we always will, but losing her is the most pain I have ever felt, everyone says you should feel better knowing she is in a better place, well I am sorry call me selfish, I want her here with us still,

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