PR Delores Ann Fisher OBIT

Delores Ann Fisher, who was called "Dee" died Dec. 19, surrounded by her family in Connecticut. She was 83.

Delores Ann Fisher, a former resident of Pound Ridge who ran her own successful real estate sales business and was active in the Pound Ridge Elementary School PTA, died Dec. 19, surrounded by her family in Trumbull, Connecticut. She was 83.

Ms. Fisher, who was called “Dee,” was born on May 14, 1937 in Bridgeport, CT. She was raised in the “Constitution State,” where she attended school and worked before moving to Pound Ridge, to raise a family with her first husband, Jay Fisher.

To those who knew her, Ms. Fisher was a friendly and social presence in town, known for her “get togethers” with close acquaintances. She especially treasured her relationship with longtime Pound Ridgers Ebie and Rich Wood, as well as Janis Patinsky and Debbie Grant of Stamford, Connecticut.

“She loved a good time with friends and had a talent for caring and interacting with others in both her personal and professional lives,” Ms. Fisher’s family wrote.

Ms. Fisher was also noted for her successful career in real estate, first with Gerry Ash Real Estate and later as a partner in her own company, Pound Ridge Real Estate. 

While residing in Pound Ridge, Ms. Fisher also took an active role in the PRES PTA, assisting with fundraising and chaperoning school field trips to Washington, D.C.

Ms. Fisher was preceded in death by her second husband, Clarence Stewart Dickert, and her son, Andrew Steven Fisher. She is survived by her children Russell Jerome Fisher and Gwen Allison Fisher, two grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and other family members.

Services for Ms. Fisher will be private. A celebration of her life will be held when COVID-19 restrictions permit.

— Jackie Roman

Jackie covers town government, business, culture, and community happenings in Pound Ridge, as well as the Bedford Central School District. You can send tips and dog photos to her at jroman@record-review.com

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