This site is a tribute to Evelynne Fisher, who was born in Clifton, Bristol on April 29, 1934.
The death occurred at The Coombs Nursing Home on 19th September 2017 of Mrs Evelynne Fisher, aged 83 years of Clearwell.
The funeral service took place at St Peter's Church, Clearwell on Monday 2nd October with Rev Alan Wearmouth officiating and Rev Sarah Bick assisting with Readers Chris Howell and Denise Hogan. Reverend Frank Topping gave a fitting and poignant eulogy to Evelynne. The hymns Abide with me and In heavenly love abiding were sung, accompanied by the organist, Mrs Betty Weaver. There followed a committal service at the Forest of Dean Crematorium.
The funeral arrangements were carried out by Ernest Heal & Sons Funeral Directors who are collecting donations for Parkinson's UK and Dean Heritage Centre which would be sincerely appreciated and these may be given online, or sent to: Ernest Heal & Sons Independent Family Funeral Directors, 5 South Road, Broadwell, Coleford, GL16 7BH (Please make cheques payable to Ernest Heal Donations Account).
Lorna Fisher, daughter Mary and Nigel Dutson, daughter and son in law Cara Bull with John Dutson, granddaughter and partner Nigel Dutson and Poppy Hogan, grandson and partner Kay Dutson Friends at the Church:
Daphne Balcomb, (rep Jeremy, Rachel and James) Ann Howell Betty Weaver Wendy Lewis Vicky Bagley Sylvia Kerridge Morris and Greta Hale Mr Geoff Prosser (rep Karen Prosser, also Janet and Gerald Dowle) Christine Young (rep Bea Erskine) Jasmine and Ian Smith Mrs A Ketteringham Sue Kedward Lesley Hardy David Weaver Mary Nicholson Helen Goode Mary Vittle Lorna Allen Mandy Vaughan Mr and Mrs K Davies Margart Couldridge Pat Allen Angela Allcock Linda Rivers (rep The Coombs Nursing Home) Carolyn Kilburn (rep The Coombs Nursing Home) John and Linda Gunter
Mike Harvey Veronica Jones Mr & Mrs Phil Gwilliam
In loving memory of A dear Mum Thank you for the music, Laughter and imagination Love always Lorna, Mary & Nigel XX
We shall forever tramp up Snowdon With our woad on, Regardless of being rained or blown on. Loving memories John Poppy Cara & Tom In Loving memory of a Dear Nan
Family flowers only, If desired donations in lieu for Parkinson's UK and Dean Heritage Centre would be much appreciated and these may be given online, placed in the box at the church or sent to Ernest Heal & Sons Funeral Directors