Rebecca Ann Fischer
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Rebecca Ann Fischer
Mom was preceded in death by my dad, Tom Fischer; her mom and dad, Emil and Ann Reith; her brother, Robert Reith; daughter, Helen Ashley; and great-granddaughter, Sophia Fischer.
Mom was a devoted wife, mom, and grandma.
Mom enjoyed putting out a big garden and sharing the vegetables with the neighbors in the rural area. Mom enjoyed cooking, making her own recipes and ensuring everyone had enough to eat. She also enjoyed taking care of the farm and raising Holstein calves. She would go out every morning after consuming her two pots of coffee, brushing the calves, and ensuring they had enough feed for the day.
Her favorite times of the year were Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter. This was the time family and friends came together to enjoy her home-cooked meals. Mom and dad had a fireplace and she enjoyed the smell of wood burning. Mom was a simple person and always enjoyed helping those who were less fortunate.
Mom had a great sense of humor and would always play an April Fools' Day joke on me (son Steve), Tomas and Travis every year. She mostly enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, Tomas, Travis; and her great-grandchildren, Lily, Izzy (Travis's girls) and the triplets girls, Mary Cate, Lucy Lou, and Anabelle June (Tomas's girls), Misty, Christin, Tiffany, and Tyler (Helen's children).
Mom spent the last three years in North Woods Village, where she was greatly cared for by a very caring staff. I want to personally thank the staff of North Woods Village and especially my Aunt Judy for taking the time to visit mom during her time at NWV. Mom was our best friend and she will be missed by all of those that loved her. Mom, may you rest in peace.
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