Lucille Emelia Fischer George
1921-2014 DALTON Lucille Emelia Fischer George died at Columbia Memorial Hospital June 12, 2014 from a brief illness. Her friends knew her as Ciel. She died the exact same day that her beloved husband predeceased her by 38 years. She had a vision shortly after his death where he came to her during the night and asked her to come with him. She said she couldn't go as she had some obligations she wanted to see her children married and her grandchildren born. Her husband said he'd be back, but it would be in a long time. On her death bed, surrounded by friends and family, she talked and acted as if her husband were present. She died at an age of 92. She will be missed by all who ever met her as her spirit was contagious. She loved nature and animals and found God's beauty everywhere. Being a devout Christian, she was in constant prayer with God and praised him frequently. She had a ritual each night where she would pray aloud and ask for blessings for everyone she ever met by their name, whether they were living or dead. She had a saying for anything and everything. Born in Bronx New York, September 8, 1921 to Joseph Fischer of Germany and Lucy Fitzpatrick Fischer of Ireland. She grew up in Hinsdale, Mass. Married to Lawrence C George of Belchertown, Mass. on April 26, 1947. Lived in Dalton, Mass. up to a few years ago. She spent her last years with her daughter, Marion Macpherson in Kinderhook, N.Y. Those she leaves behind. Ceil had four children, one nephew, six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Lawrence J George, son, died 2014, married to Patricia George and their son Joseph of Chapel Hill, N.C. Marion George Macpherson and her husband, George of Kinderhook, N.Y., her son,George Lawrence Macpherson, and daughter, Catherine Macpherson. Two great grandchildren, George Gavin and Ellianna. Jonathan George and his wife Laura, of Shelburne Falls, Mass., and their son, Jonathan who resides in Austin, Texas. Douglas George and his wife Cindy, of Deer Park, Wash. and their daughters Rebecca and Marion. Also considered a daughter, Edith Kramer of Dalton, Mass. and a nephew, Gerald Lawrence George of Hesperia, Calif. Memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday, June 21, at the Berkshire First Church of the Nazarene, 165 North Street, Dalton, MA 01226. In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations be made to the Berkshire First Church of the Nazarene.