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Elizabeth “Joan” Fisher

Elizabeth “Joan” Fisher passed away Monday, October 31, 2022 at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Home in Belton.
Joan was born May 4, 1930 in Levasy, Missouri the daughter of Harry Henry Wildschuetz and Livona Elizabeth (Harris) Wildschuetz.

Following high school, Joan received her Teacher’s Certificate from Central Missouri State Teacher’s College in Warrensburg.
She was united in marriage to Marvin H. Fisher on August 8, 1950 in Independence. The couple initially made their home on a farm north of Odessa. In 1960, they purchased a farm near Quick City, where they would live for many years.

Marvin passed away in 2005, and five years later, Joan moved to Harrisonville. She would eventually relocate to Beautiful Savior Assisted Living in Belton. Her hobbies included crocheting, sewing and tending to her large vegetable garden. In earlier years, she and Marvin enjoyed traveling, notably to Vegas and going to the boats.

Survivors include: her two daughters, Kathy Fisher – Wilson (Ronald) of Belton, MO and Linda Ray (Edgar) of Drexel, MO; two granddaughters, Lauren Fisher of Ventura, CA and Robin Ray of Drexel, MO; two great granddaughters, Elizabeth Angel Ray and Lydia Rose Ray; two sisters, Wanda Wulfekammer of Lee’s Summit, MO and Vertie Mae McKinzie of Oak Grove, MO; three brothers, William “Bill” Wildschuetz (Barbara) of Bates City, MO; T. H. Wildschuetz (Dottie) of Independence, MO and Jim Wildschuetz (Myrna) of Kincaid, KS and several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. In addition to her husband, Joan was preceded in death by an infant brother, Henry.

Memorial Service: was Friday, November 4th at Williams Funeral Chapel in Holden with Pastor Linda Dudley officiating.
Interment followed at the Garden City Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be left to the American Lung Assoc. or American Diabetes Assoc. in care of the chapel.
Online condolences may be left at www.williamsfu

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