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Anna Mary Fish, 97, of Eldersville, PA, ascended to her heavenly home on March 23, 2023. She was born Feb. 2, 1926. Mary, as she was fondly known to her family and friends, passed peacefully surrounded by her loved ones at Ann’s Country Retreat in Wellsburg, WV. There she had been cared for with dedication and compassion by Carolyn Mason, caregivers, and her family. The family is grateful for the outstanding care and devotion she received while there.
Mary was a devout Christian, an adoring mother, a doting grandmother and a loyal friend. She had a heart of gold and enjoyed taking care of others. She often went above and beyond to make a difference in other’s lives. While her family grieves her departure on Earth, they know she is rejoicing in heaven as she reunites with her beloved husband, Rudolph Keith; her daughter, Darlyn Mullins, her son, Stephen Fish (Surviving wife Laurie Davis), and her grandson Andrew Chilensky.
Mary is survived by her children, Kathleen Noah of Cleveland, OH, Kibby Chilensky (The late Frank) of Burgettstown, PA, Tracey (Gregg) Titi of Mingo Junction, OH and Ringo Fish of Tampa, FL. Mary was blessed to have had a large family with many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great, great grandchild. She was a blessing and inspiration to all who knew her.
She was strong in her Christian faith, living her life in service to proclaiming His glory. She was led to be immersed in the Ohio River. Her quest for a relationship with God, led her to attend Shiloh Bible Institute, and to attend several churches, learning all she could. She lived her life as a testimony to His love and saving grace. She was truly a devoted servant who proclaimed His glory all the days of her life, bringing many to Christ along the way. Mary was an Avon Lady for over 35 years. She enjoyed visiting her customers and selling them their products. She won many awards throughout her years, even belonging to the prestigious President’s Club for outstanding sales. She was also a lover of the outdoors. She could always be found enjoying walks along her property or tending to her garden. She enjoyed planting and growing beautiful flowers. Mary added beauty to the world everywhere she went, whether by doing someone's makeup, planting beautiful flowers, sharing a kind word, a bible verse, or a smile. Mary was known for her bright smile that lit up a room. When you think of Mary, do it with a smile.
A Celebration of her Life will be held at 1PM on May 6, 2023, at Tucker U.M. Church, 641 Steubenville Pike, Burgettstown, PA.
Saturday, May 6, 2023
Starts at 1:00pm (Eastern time)
Tucker United Methodist Church
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