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Susanne and John d’Armand
I am glad we got to see Linda last year. We remember her as a generous hostess, supportive, understanding and loving mother (-in law) and wife. Don, Amber and Hannes we are sure her spirit will be with you always. I believe even when you cannot touch aany more the essence of a beloved one is within us and around us always. Much caring —Susi and John
I have known Linda for many years. She was my daughters mother in law. She was a very sweet lady and will be missed dearly. Many thoughts and prayers to her family.
This lovely picture is the true essence of my treasured friend. A warm smile and cheery outlook. She was a devoted friend for almost 50 years and I am so grateful she welcomed me to her life. My deepest condolences to her loved ones d friend of almost 50 years. A warm smile and cheery outlook. She was a devoted friend and I am so thankful
Konrad und Brigitte Buchinger
Wenn man einen geliebten Menschen verliert , gewinnt man einen Schutzengel dazu .
Vicki Helen Swindell
Linda now adding her beautiful voice and smile to the angels heavenly choir. Adjust wonderful mother, wife, sister and friend! Loved by all! Linda touched every life she came in contact with love, joy and a smile that lit up the room! I am grateful to God she is my sister. She is so greatly loved and missed
Nach dem Verlust Eurer Mutter stehen wir Euch ganz besonders zur Seite. Wir denken ganz viel an Euch und schicken Euch viel Kraft. Dicke Umarmungen ❤
Caroline Beth Nelson
Dearest Sister, Fun, Joyful, SWEET, Kind and Lovely.. Miss her more than words can say. She was an angel on Earth and now an angel in Heaven. now.
Mom was the best mom in the world to us!!! she sparkles and shines such a bright light. I miss and love her so much!!!
Linda Jean Fisher
Linda Jean Fisher, age 73, passed away on September 22, 2021 on Amelia Island, Florida.
Born November 2, 1947 in Panama City, Florida, she was the daughter of the late Capt. George C. Nelson and Helen W. Nelson. Linda graduated from Tucker High School in Tucker, Georgia, and the University of Georgia, with a degree in English Literature.
She met Don Fisher in speech class at the University of Georgia. She and Don married in 1970 and they shared a wonderful life together for fifty-one years and two months.
Linda enjoyed several “careers” throughout her life, including being an elementary school teacher in Brevard, North Carolina, a counselor for victims of domestic violence, and working in the financial services industry in Alaska and Washington, D.C. However, her main love was her home and family. She has two loving children, Ryan and Amber. She was blessed to live in several beautiful places, as the family moved periodically to accommodate Don’s career: Georgia, Virginia, Alabama, Western North Carolina, Southeast Alaska, Washington, D.C., and then back to Florida in 2007, where she and Don retired to Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island.
She is survived by her husband Don, daughter Amber Buchinger, son Ryan Fisher, grandchildren Bailey and Brennan Fisher, sisters, Vicki Swindell and Beth Nelson, and brothers Greg Nelson and Larry Nelson.
A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. Donations in the memory of Linda Fisher may be made to the CurePSP Organization.