Betty Jean Fischer

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Betty Fischer, 70, of Fargo, ND, passed away on December 19, 2021, at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo. Betty was born April 10, 1951, in Fargo, ND, to George and Irene Fischer. She leaves behind two children – Brian (Taya) and Bobby Fischer; grandchildren Kazyk and Kevya Fischer; brother David Fischer; sister Linda (David) Fonder; niece Jenny Fischer; nephew Jason Fonder; and great niece Meadow Fonder, all Fargo, ND. She was preceded in death by her parents, George, and Irene Fischer. Betty was one of the most selfless individuals you could meet, an exceptional single mother, and best friend to her two sons. She worked full-time as a Sterile Processing Tech at St Luke’s Hospital, and later worked at Same Day Surgery in Fargo. She was most recently employed at Natural Grocers in Fargo, ND, and served as the President of the Townhouse Association where she lived. Betty loved the outdoors, working with her hands, was great with tools, and had an unbelievable work ethic. Hunting with her children, visiting the shooting range, watching the Minnesota Twins, and shooting pool were some of her favorite pastimes. In fact, she won numerous pool trophies over the years, and was known to run the table. Most of all, Betty lived for her grandchildren.

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  1. My dear cousin Betty,I am so sorry to hear of this. We had just started to get more reacquainted this last year. I will miss you

  2. RIP MY FRIEND !! Thought’s and prayer’s going to the Fischer family at this very difficult times !! Love Ya Betty !!

  3. So sorry to hear of Betty’s passing. Jerry always said they played together as kids on the farm. Jerry passed away on October 2. Both of you will visit in heaven about riding Jerry’s pony and getting bucked off.

  4. I am deeply sorry to hear of the loss of Betty. May the memories you have of Betty bring you comfort during this difficult time.

  5. Your presence here will be sadly missed! We love your great sense of humor and your willingness to help others. Your kindness and caring is second to none and heaven just gained a beautiful soul. Peace be with you and all the family.

  6. Your infectious laugh and smile is embedded in my mind. Yes a Pool Shark you were. Was great when we found out that years ago we played against each other in league and tournaments. When we hooked up again at work there was something about you felt familiar and after working side by side with you and we figured out that, YUP we both had love of pool and first meet decades ago. Miss you my friend. Till we meet again for another game.

  7. Dear Fischer family
    i met Betty, David & Chris for the first time
    in June of this year at german restaurant
    due to cousin from CA who did ancestry
    it was a great day
    prayers for your sons & family

  8. We were so saddened to hear to Betty’s passing. She was so kind to mom (Verna) while she was in the nursing home. Always sending her a Christmas or birthday card with a little note. Betty and I had the same strange sense of humor…we always found something in life to laugh about. I know you will miss her presents in your lives.


    Our prayers are with you all.
    Jim and Kathy McCullough
    Connie and George Saiger
    Jim and Sarah Berndt

  9. Dear David, Linda, Brian, Bobby and grandchildren so very sorry to hear of this happening I had just visited with Betty in late September early October she stopped in my place of work after our mother Ruth, Irene’s sister had passed away at the end of August. We can never understand these things and when our time will be. Hang onto the memories and continue her love . Judy and Larry Ehnert

  10. Dear Fisher family, so sorry to hear of Betty’s passing. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sherry and Terry Sprott

  11. To the Fischer family, I am so sorry for for loss. I worked with Betty for
    several years and enjoyed her so much. She was such a professional and I appreciated that about her and her work. I was an RN and later Physician Assistant and no matter where we were in
    the community we always stopped to visit! I thought she was
    a remarkable person!

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