Sheryl Renae Fisher was born May 25, 1961, to Victor Robert (Bob) and Esther (Dietrich) Fisher in Cavalier, ND. She graduated from Cavalier High School and lived her life in Cavalier and Mountain, ND. Her relationships with the Lord Jesus Christ and her family were very important to Sheryl.
Sheryl’s most treasured places to visit were her Fisher grandparents’ cabin in Minaki, Ontario, and her Dietrich grandparents’ farm near Glasston, ND. Other loves were birdwatching, parakeets, word puzzles, and country churches. When she was able, she enjoyed going on long walks and drives. In addition, for many years she was an avid Cavalier Tornadoes fan.
Sheryl had a wonderful sense of humor. She enjoyed telling little jokes that she laughed at with great delight. Her sweet and gentle spirit will be greatly missed.
Sheryl was preceded in death by her father, grandparents: Victor and Julia Fisher and Jacob and Isabel Dietrich, uncle: Donald Dietrich, aunt: Cynthia Hartje, and cousin: Todd Dietrich.
Sheryl is survived by her mother, brother: Doug (Cinda) Fisher, niece: Kara (Jason) Clapp, nephews: Kurt (Londa) Backlund, Jacob (Jelena) Fisher and Benjamin (Bethany) Fisher, grand-nieces Sheyenne, Haddyn, Jade, Tennyson, and Makkedah, grand-nephews Jubal, Wyatt, Kallin, Finn, and Henry, and by many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Sheryl Renae Fisher, 60, of Cavalier, ND, peacefully passed away Tuesday, September 14, 2021, at Wedgewood Manor, Cavalier, ND. We rejoice that she is now in the presence of her Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ.
Visitation will be from noon to 2:00 pm at the Cavalier Baptist Church, followed by a funeral service at 2:00 pm. on Saturday, September 25, 2021. A graveside service will take place immediately afterwards at the Cavalier Cemetery. The funeral will be available to be viewed at www.askewfunerlhome.com on Sheryl’s obituary following the service on Saturday.
Please wear masks in the sanctuary during the visitation and funeral.
The family greatly appreciates the care given to Sheryl at Borg Pioneer Memorial Home, Wedgewood Manor, and by Hospice of North Dakota. Memorials to these places are welcome.
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