Lynn Michele Fisher
Date of Death: March 6, 2011
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Lynn Michele Fisher, 56, of Lafayette, died at 5:00 AM Sunday, March 6, 2011 at her brother?s residence in Battle Ground. She was born May 28, 1954, in Evansville, to the late Harold and Marguerytte Gentry Fisher. She graduated from Purdue University with a BS in Computer Technology. She was a Child Care provider. She…

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The Southern Family left a message on March 11, 2011:
I am so very sorry for your loss. Lynn was one of the kindest people I have ever met. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time.
Michelle Randolph left a message on March 10, 2011:
What a wonderful service to be able to write you all a letter. Being a friend to Lynn was a great blessing in my life. She was a sweetheart and I loved her opinions on things. I enjoyed our phone conversations and dinners and I wish that they would find a cure for cancer... because it takes too many people that I grow to love and adore, like Lynn. I will be doing my best to raise $ for all the causes and research. I think that the Community Cancer Network was a great thing to have monies sent to they really make a difference in all of our patient&s lives. I am not able to come this weekend as I will be out of town but wanted you all to know that if you need anything from Faith Hope and Love or me personally I am only a phone call away. I can hear Lynn&s voice so clearly in my head it&s like she is still here... I know that she was so very precious to you all and to your children... I will miss her very much. With that said, life is meant to be lived and all of us need to appreciate every moment we have. Maybe working with cancer patients gives me a greater appreciation for all of my moments. It helps me prioritize daily, that is for certain!
precious delicate soul
good friend
great confidante
humorous!! :o)
gentle loving woman, friend
I will miss your companionship and I look forward to the day that we will be able to speak again... I know that life is short and it&ll happen faster than we all wish it to as for some reason we cling to this lifetime as that is all there is when we know that our spirit goes on... I am glad that your spirit is with God and resting and free from the pain and sorrow that came with this incarnation.
Blessing to you her family, she came from a great one!
Love and light to you all and God&s blessings to you as you miss her gentle sweet loving soul...
Thanks so much for calling to let me know that Lynn had left us and went home.
It was greatly appreciated.
Michelle Randolph
Faith Hope and Love Cancer Center
(Name Not Available) left a message on March 9, 2011:
Dear Jan and Sandy, Amanda, Jessie, Sarah, Jeanna and families.... Our hearts are filled with sadness over your loss! What a wonderful blessing Lyn was to so many lives. We have fond memories of countless dinners and celebrations together... and watching her help raise you girls... with such a servants heart. We will be mourning your loss and celebrating her life together with you on Saturday.

With love, Chris and Barb and all the Melby&s
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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