Catherine (Kay) Calvert Fischer, 87, died on December 29, 2017.
A celebration of her life will take place at Highland United Methodist Church, 1808 N. Dixie in Odessa on Thursday, January 4, 2018 at 1:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers, please send a memorial gift to the church.
Kay was born on January 11, 1930 in Wichita Falls, TX to Catherine and Roy Calvert. She had four sisters, Judy, Ginger, Helen and Rosemary. S
he graduated from Tyler High School and went on to Tyler Junior College and was an Apache Belle. She transferred to Texas Tech where she
met the love of her life Henry Fischer and they were married for 62 years.
Kay worked for Briley Construction Company for 42 years. She delivered Meals on Wheels and was a member of the American Business Woman’s Association.
She is survived by her son Brian of Odessa, daughter Caren and her husband Greg of Aledo, TX, and son Gary and his wife Laura of Wake Forest, NC.
She had two grandsons, Kyle and Matthew of Aledo, TX.
Arrangements are under the direction of Sunset Memorial Gardens & Funeral Home. To sign the guestbook, please visit www.sunsetodessa.com.
So sorry for your loss. My mom, Shirley Smith (one of the Dirty Dozen) loved Kay for all these years, though they seldom saw each other after she moved from Tyler. Blessings to you.
Ginger BellTyler, TX
Keeping you in my prayers as you say goodbye and celebrate your mother's life.You are loved.
Shirley J KallingFort Worth, TX
Sending you lots of love & prayers during this sad time.
Kim StutzmanFort Worth, TX
People that we love never truly leave us and their memory is alive in our hearts. Whenever I hear get your guns up, I smile with Kay in my heart with her putting her red finger nails up in Texax Tech style. With deepest sympathy to your family.
Tammy McCuneNewark, TX
WE LOVE GARY FISCHER'S FAMILY AND WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER MRS. KAY FISCHER AS THE HEAD OF HER FAMILY. WE WILL MISS SEEING YOU WHEN YOU COME TO NORTH CAROLINA TO VISIT HER FAMILY. MARY ANN STEPHENSON AND FAMILY
THE FAMILY STEPHENSONKnightdale, NC
Caren, so sorry about your mom. I’m thinking about you and asking God to give you comfort.
Missy MoodyGraham, TX
My deepest sympathies to your family.
Joy Donovan BrandonBedford, TX