Sheryl Ann Fischer

 

fischer-photoSheryl Ann Fischer, 69 of Butler, Missouri passed away April 8, 2016 at her home, surrounded by her loving family.  Funeral services will be 2:00 pm Wednesday, April 13, 2016 at the Mullinax Funeral Home in Butler (660-679-0009).  Visitation will be Tuesday evening from 6-8 pm at the funeral home.  Interment will follow services in Oak Hill Cemetery, Butler.  The family suggests memorial contributions to Heartland Hospice.  Messages of condolence for the family may be left at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com

Sheryl was born October 5, 1946 in Butler, Missouri to Raymond and Cleta Ghere York.  She graduated from Butler High School in 1964 and continued her education at Central Missouri State University graduating in 1968 with a Home Economics degree.  While in college Sheryl became a sister in the Delta Zeta Sorority, Epsilon Gamma Chapter.  She was later awarded the Golden Rose in 2015 for 50 years of membership.  Sheryl taught Home Economics at Rich Hill High School from 1968 to 1970, where she met the love of her life, Darrell Fischer.  They were united in marriage November 28, 1969.  To this union two children were born, Travis and Heidi.  Sheryl spent most of her time raising her kids and keeping the home.  It wasn’t long before Sheryl’s good cooking caused Darrell to take up jogging.  Sheryl always supported her kids’ activities, even cooking the wildlife Travis managed to drag in.  She was dedicated, and had to work very hard to pass along her gift of home making to Heidi, whether it was through 4-H or much loved shopping trips.  Sheryl’s expertise and passion quilting and sewing led her to open the Lady Bug Fabric Store in Butler.  It opened on January 15, 1981 and closed temporarily in December of 1983 until September 15, 1986 it was reopened, closing finally in April of 1987.  After the closing of her shop Sheryl went to work at Medicalodge of Butler in 1989.  She worked as an Activities Director and later transitioned to Social Services until her retirement in 2003.  Sheryl enjoyed life and her family.  Some of the fondest memories were made on the trips to Branson or Stockton Lake.  She loved the boat rides and fly rod fishing, often catching the biggest fish.  It was along these trips that they met friends that soon became family.  Sheryl cherished her “Indiana family”.  The greatest gift in life Sheryl was ever given was her grandchildren, Dalton, Kylann, and Katie.  There wasn’t an activity, program or ball game that Sheryl missed.  She loved taking Dalton to his magic shows and Kylann and Katie shopping or going to their ball games.  She very much looked forward to the summer trips she and Darrell took with the grandkids.  They went exactly where the kids wanted to go, usually to a theme park, no matter the state.   Darrell and Sheryl were always by each other’s side through the thick and thin of 46 years of marriage. She was dedicated to her family and friends and will forever hold a memory in each of the lives she touched.  She was preceded in death by her parents, brother Greg York, and sister Raneta Sue.  Sheryl is survived by her loving husband Darrell Fischer of Butler, Son Travis Fischer of Butler, MO, daughter Heidi Tourtillott and husband Dylann of Rich Hill, MO, grandchildren Dalton Fischer, Kylann and Katie Tourtillott, sister-in-law Wanda Hamm and Husband Fred, Aunts Gerry Ghere and Ruth Fischer, Uncle Lonnie Lavern York, along with many nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.

 

 

 

 

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19 thoughts on “Sheryl Ann Fischer

  1. Darrel, Heidi ,Travis,I am so sorry to hear about Sheryl.She and her mom made me feel at home in Butler when I knew very few.The family fish dinners were wonderful.At work she would come down the hall chuckling and I would know that she had been up to some type of mischief!Your loss is deep and I will pray for all of you.

  2. Darrell, I want to say I am sorry for your loss. Sheryl and I were best friends in high school.

  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.we will miss all the great times we had in Branson over the past 30 years . She loved her family very much. Bless all of you.

  4. Sorry for your loss. God bless her and all the family. Your longtime Rich Hill friend. Terry Jamett Clark. RHHS 1966 Villach Austria ☘🌸🌺🍀🌾💐🌻🌷🌹🌼👼🏻⛪️

  5. Darrell, I was saddened to hear of the loss of your wife. I’m sure your family will be a big support. Take care! Dorothy Haferman Northrup

  6. Darrell, Travis, and Heidi,
    I’m so sorry for your loss. Sheryl was a good lady and will be missed! Thinking of you all at this very difficult time!
    Love,
    Julie

  7. So very sorry for your loss. I got to know Sheryl for a short period of time. In that time I became very fond of her. She had a heart of gold. Loved her family more than anything…

  8. Darrell,
    We are so sorry to learn of your loss. Prayers for you and your family to feel Gods comfort at this sad time.
    With our sincere sympathy,
    Chuck and Mary

  9. We are so sorry to hear this. Sheryl was my Home Ec teacher way back when and it was my favorite subject. Also remember how our kids played together in the neighborhood. She was a special lady. Prayers for all who knew and loved her. Terry and Candi Agnew

  10. Darrell, Travis and Heidi,
    Was shocked to learn of Sheryl’s passing. Did not find out when the services were scheduled until to late to attend. We apologize to all for not being present. God bless your family.
    Huey and Judy York, cousins
    Doris York Taber, cousin

  11. What fun we had as neighbors and friends for 27 years on Hillcrest! The kids grew up together and life long friendships developed. Fun times in the neighborhood became the norm. Melody and Heidi once had us searching and calling the police when they were just visiting Ruth Wynes, our backyard neighbor. Travis and the girls played wiffle ball for hours in the yards. The biggest joke was when Melody took our remote control outside your window and kept changing the TV channels. Then Julie came along and it was time to watch another Fuller grow up. The older we got, the more we enjoyed Christmas and the trees and outdoor lights went up earlier every year. Sheryl and I decorated the trees and Lynn and Darrel put up the outdoor lights in early November. Sheryl taught me about Home Ec features such as formal and informal balance. Sheryl like everything in pairs and I was just the opposite. We could talk for hours about just anything and everything. Even though our beloved Sheryl and Lynn are no longer with us, the friendships and memories will remain for all of us. Love to all of you from Doris, Melody, and Julie Fuller.

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