Stillwater Valley News
September 28, 1931
Funeral Rites for Mrs. Fisher Tuesday
Pleasant Hill Resident Dies Following Long Illness at Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Etoile Fisher, wife of W. G. Fisher of Pleasant Hill, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wenrick of Covington, died at 2:30 Sunday afternoon in Memorial Hospital, Piqua, Ohio. Her entire life of a little more than 32 years had been spent in the vicinities of Bradford and Covington. Funeral service will be held Tuesday afternoon, September 29th at 2:30 in the Church of the Brethren of Covington, of which she was a member. The pastor, Rev. J. O. Click will officiate. Routzahn brothers are in charge of the funeral and interment will be in the Harris Creek Cemetery. The body will remain at the late Pleasant Hill residence until 2:00 p. m. Tuesday.
Stillwater Valley News
September 30, 1931
Mrs. W. G. Fisher
Etoile Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wenrick, was born in Darke County, Ohio, August 7, 1899, and passed away at the Memorial Hospital in Piqua, Ohio, Sunday, September 27, 1931, aged 32 years, one month and 21 days. Her entire life was spent in the vicinities of Bradford and Covington. At the age of 16 she became a member of the Covington Church of the Brethren, and faithfully served for several years as a teacher in the Primary Department of the Sunday School. She graduated from the Covington High School with the class of 1918. Following her graduation she enrolled in Manchester College of North Manchester, Indiana, to prepare herself for teaching in the public schools. She taught for three years in the schools of Staunton and Washington Townships rendering a service which was very commendable. On October 1, 1921, she was united in marriage to Warren G. Fisher of Covington, Ohio. To this union two children were born: Byron W. aged 9 years and Virginia Midola aged 7 years. Besides a loving husband and her two children she is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wenrick of Covington, Ohio; two brothers, Raymond Wenrick of London, Ohio and David Leslie of Kirksville, Missouri; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wenrick of Covington, Ohio; and a large number of other relatives and friends. In the last year of her life many of the joys of the home had to be sacrificed because of her illness, but she was very patient in her suffering. She always thought of her home and family first and was constantly doing little things of helpfulness. In her passing the husband loses a loving companion; the children a much needed counselor and mother; the parents an affectionate daughter; and the community a loved and loyal citizen. She hath done what she could. Our loss is her gain.
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