Obituaries

Jeanette Eliza (Leesmann) Fischer

Jeanette Eliza Fischer nee Leesmann passed away on April 2, 2020 at the age of 84.

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She was the beloved wife of Omar E. Fischer.  She is survived by her son, Steven C.  (Jean) Fischer; two daughters, Deborah (David) Vehige, Denise (Sam) Wilson; brother, Lester (Paula) Leesmann; two sister-in-laws, Alvina Leesmann and Jane Leesmann; two sisters, Delores (George) Shipley, Carol (Mel) Dixon; brother-in-law, Arlen Kampmann; ten grandchildren, Brandon (Jamie) Dennis, Meagan (Andrew) VanDyke, Samuel (Amanda) Fischer, Madison Fischer, Zachary Danz, Lucas Wilson, Jessica Vehige, Dale Vehige, Corey (Audrey) Wilson, Kayelyn Wilson; great-grandchildren, Riley, Izabella, Liam, Audie, Loretta, Todd, Oliver. She is preceded in death by her father, Edwin Leesmann, Sr., mother, Flora Leesmann nee Berg, husband, Omar E. Fischer, brothers, Edwin Leesmann, Jr., Harold Leesmann, Floyd F. Leesmann, Richard L. Leesmann, Charles Leesmann, sister, Elaine Kampmann, great-grandson, Taylor Lawson.  

Jeanette enjoyed singing in the church choir and participating in the church quilting circle.  She was an avid Cardinal Baseball fan and traveled to see Mizzou Football games.  Jeanette was the coordinator for the Augusta area OATS Bus, and enjoyed playing Bunko, Pinochle, listening to country music, and collecting angels.

Memorials may be made payable to:  Ebenezer United Church of Christ in care of Pitman Funeral Home, P. O. Box 248, Wentzville, MO  63385

Due to the COVID-19 virus, The CDC guidelines has required that Pitman Funeral Home limit the number of family and friends to be present at the visitation and funeral service.  We, the family, understand that you may want to be with us during our time of loss, but for safety reasons, we understand your absence.  Pitman Funeral Home offers other options on their website through condolences, sympathies, donations and flowers as an expression of your sympathy.  Thank you for your concern and consideration. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

A memorial celebration will be held at a later date.