Alice Rae Bass Fisher

-, Nevada

1948 - 2019 (Age 70)


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Alice Rae Bass Fisher- - Alice Rae Bass Fisher passed away unexpectedly on March 5, 2019. She was born June 19, 1948 at St Mary's Hospital to Raymond and Christine Bass. Their home was in Fallon and that is where she grew up and attended Churchill County Schools. She graduated High School in 1966...

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Alice was one of the kindest people I knew in school. A friend to everyone, she loved to listen and work with kids. You will be missed at our reunions. Rest in Peace.

So very sad, Alice was such a sweet kind person, will miss her. So sorry for the family.

Sorry for your loss! Our thoughts and prayers are with the family!

Prayers, Ralph & Joannie Houk

My deepest sympathies to John and Christa and family . Alice was the best wife and mother one could ever have. Always count her as a blessing! Her memory will always be alive. Much love always,

My brother Nobie Kito and I were so fortunate to see and chat with Alice Rae this past August when we stopped in Fallon. We will miss her beaming smile and warm personality. Heartfelt condolences to her family
Masa Kito Fujitani

Alice was such a wonderful friend. We stayed in touch even when we moved to New Jersey. My daughter, Katie Embick Covey and Christa are good friends and we shared Girl Scouts together. I will miss talking to Alice on the phone. She loved her husband, her daughter, and her grandchildren so much. Alice, I will see you in heaven! Love, Margie Klain

Alice, you will be eternally missed, especially the love you had in your heart for everyone you came in contact with. We will always remember the encouragement you gave us to enter the Diaconate Formation. I remember you saying to me that "now Ron you would make a very good Deacon and Morita you would be excellent support for Ron." We will pray for the repose of your soul. We will also be praying for all of your family and friends.

So sorry for your loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. Many fond memories.

Kathy Delliquadri