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June 07, 2012
I know it will storm tomorrow cause all the angels in heaven will be dressed in their French Maid Outfits singing "elle recoule recoule recoule" Shaking up the heavens.
Buddy, Marc, Chip and Ross so sorry for your loss but she is just starting a whole new deal upstairs.
Ah dear Renee the times we had. She taught me how to smoke cigarettes (well kinda)I wanted to smoke Kent cigarettes just like her. We went to Europe in'65 I think it was. I jumped off clifts in Amalfi, snuck out with a bunch of French kids in a Citroen etc. She taught us so much French and I can still remember every poem, every song, every word of French she taught us. She would yell at me and I would yell back but it was a total riot. What a great woman and teacher she was. She taught us "Vouloir c'est pouvoir." Where there's a will, there's a way. I lived by that motto and it took and takes me far. She really influenced all of our lives. Fun, full of life woman. I feel bad that time and geography separated all of us but anyone that had her as a teacher will always say what a great teacher and person she was. Thanks Renee keep on truckin!!
June 07, 2012
Wish I had known the heroic stature of your mother when I was a student at PHS in the early 60's - I would have taken French just to be exposed to the character of such a woman! Her contributions to mankind never seemed to stop flowing as her life unfolded.
She was a giant among women - and men.
What an honor it is to have this common institutional bond with such a person.....in the guise of HB Plant High.
June 07, 2012
Marc, Ross and Chip,
I am so sorry for your loss. You will be in my thoughts and prayers as you grieve the loss of your precious mother. Your mom made an impact on so many lives. May God send to you His comforter and His peace in the days and weeks ahead.
With a hug and blessings,
June 07, 2012
My sincerest sympathy in the loss of this lovely lady who served her country. We will miss her smiling face. She was an outstanding volunteer. She will be greatly missed by all. Kaye Sass
June 07, 2012
I knew Renee Fisher from my years at Plant H.S. as a very cultured & sophisticated woman who took students to Europe in the summers. I knew nothing of her heroism in WWII nor of her many other honors & accomplishments. My sympathy is with her family, especially with Chip, whom I knew from his friendship with my brother. You are all in my thoughts & prayers.
Sincerely,

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