Vivian L. Fischer • January 18, 2021



Vivian L. Fischer (Louise) went home to be in Heaven on January 18, 2021. She was born in Bratt, Florida on May 4, 1934. She got married on December 29, 1949 to Julius F. Fischer, who passed away on February 11, 2001.
Louise was a military wife for 21 years. In her younger days she worked as a nurse’s aide delivering babies. She lived in Pace, Florida for the past 25 years and was a member of Saint Rosa Lima Church in Milton, Florida. She loved good deals, shopping, flea markets, thrift stores, going to the casinos, and yard sales. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.
She is survived by her son Tom Fischer; daughter, Julie Robarge (son-in-law, Dave); granddaughters, Lauren Latham (Steve), and Kendall Robarge; late great-granddaughter, Jentrie Kae Latham; nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Our mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother will always be with us in our hearts and in spirit until we all meet again with our Heavenly Father in Heaven.

  1. Jolene Patterson says:

    She was a precious soul. She treated me as one of her own children. She will be missed. Heaven gained a blessed sweet lady.

  2. Theresa Ambrose says:

    Aunt Louise,

    We will miss you much. I know you are in heaven with Uncle Fischer, mom and dad (Cleo & Gene), playing clinker and fishing!

    Loving thoughts and prayers,
    Theresa Ambrose

  3. Garry Thrash says:

    It has been years since I have seen her, but I’ll always remember her as someone with a gregarious personality. She was full of positive energy and enjoyed a good joke. She could light up a room. Although she lived a long life, it seems she left these earthly bounds way too soon. May she rest in peace.

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