Dorothy Marie Fisher

July 9, 1923 - May 13, 2020
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Dorothy Marie “Pat” Fisher, 96, of Galveston, passed away Wednesday, May 13, 2020.  She was born July 9, 1923, in Galveston.  Pat was a loving wife and homemaker, who was always busy and involved with her children’s activities.  She served as room mother for all three of her daughters and at one time was the longest running Girl Scout troop leader, spanning all three of her daughters’ Girl Scout tenure.  She was also proud to serve on the YWCA board.  In her 40’s, Pat began a career in banking and eventually retired from UTMB.  She was an active lifelong member of St. Patrick Catholic Church.  Pat was also a lifelong member of “The Club,” a group started at Ball High School that kept going for 75+ years.  “The Club” was a constant in Pat’s life, meeting every other Monday night for decades.  For many of the most recent years, “The Club” was down to 8 original members, who were a very tight-knit group that became family.  With Pat’s passing, “The Club” has only one remaining member now.

Pat was preceded in death by her husband, Bernard “Bernie” Fisher.  She is survived by her daughters, Peggy Watson and husband, Monte; Monica O’Donohoe and husband, David; Patti Youngblood and husband, Tommy; grandchildren: Denise Bozant, Richard Dickson and wife, Leesa; Jay Dickson and wife, Kate; John Doherty and wife, Leanna; Sean O’Donohoe and wife, Wendy; Casey O’Donohoe and wife, Hannah; Tommy Youngblood IV and wife, Crystal; Bernie Youngblood; and Katie Youngblood; 18 great grandchildren; 5 great great grandchildren; and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews whom she dearly loved.

Pat’s family will receive visitors beginning at 11:00 am, Monday, May 18, at St. Patrick Catholic Church.  A funeral mass will begin at 12:00 noon at the church, followed by burial at Calvary Catholic Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Rosenberg Library, Salvation Army, or to the charity of your choice.


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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Monday, May 18, 2020

Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

St. Patrick Catholic Church


1010 35th St. & Broadway
Galveston, TX 77550

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Church requires that you wear a mask, maintain social distance, and that you leave every other pew empty.

Service Information

Date: Monday, May 18, 2020

Time: 12:00 pm

St. Patrick Catholic Church


1010 35th St. & Broadway
Galveston, TX 77550

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Church requires that you wear a mask, maintain social distance, and that you leave every other pew empty.

Cemetery Information

Date: Monday, May 18, 2020

Time: 1:15 pm

Calvary Catholic Cemetery


2506 65th Street, Galveston, TX, 77551

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Cemetery is requesting that you wear a mask or face covering and maintain social distance.


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Born: July 9, 1923
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Sophia Smith/ Sabrina Smith posted on 5/18/20

Monica so sorry for your loss. Your mother lived a long and beautiful life and was so blessed with a loving family. Sorry We cannot attend as we are out of town but our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Kathi Richardson posted on 5/18/20

I was so sorry to hear about your mother. She led a wonderful life and I have many fond memories of the time I spent with your family. Please accept my sincere condolences. Kathi Rayzor Richardson


Susie Balfour posted on 5/17/20

Dear Monica, Patty and Peggy, In about the 50 years that I have known "Pat", the one think that always stood out was her captivating eyes and the beautiful smile on her face and her voice. At each time, she was always gracious and positive, regardless of the challenges of life. When I was a young wife with a disabled husband, she was a model of dedication, strength and wisdom to me. She loved to talk about her family and friends, and the joy they brought to her life. She was an amazing lady. Her cheerfulness and welcoming smile will forever be on my mind. With much love and many prayers, Susie Balfour


Adolph Flores Jr posted on 5/17/20

Patty and Family, So sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. 33rd and Q1/2 was such great place to grow up thanks to all our families and it will never be the same. However, we will always have many great memories to keep us going. Your mom was always so nice to our family and we will always remember her kindness. Please accept our deepest sympathy. Your friends and long-time neighbors, Adolph Flores Jr (Albuquerque NM) and the entire Flores Family


James and Cindy Barrs posted on 5/17/20

James and I send our love to the family. I have such fond memories of times at Pat and Bernie's house after a day at the beach. We were always welcome! Our hearts and prayers are with you as you grieve this great lady, your mother. Peggy, Monica and Patty, you all took such good care of her. That's good, sacred work. Well done. Much love, Cindy & James


Nancy Burch posted on 5/17/20

What a life well lived. I used to talk with her when she was still able to go to church. Time has moved on and our moms are in heaven. Blessings to the sisters and their families.


Judy Kunz posted on 5/17/20

I am so sorry for ya'll's loss. Pat was such a sweetheart. She will be missed. Remembering some of the good ole days. Loved her. Prayers and hugs to you all. Love y'all


Nancy Watts posted on 5/16/20

To Peggy, Monica and Patty, Glenn and I just read about Aunt Pat's passing. We are so saddened. She was always smiling and fun to be around. I always thought of her as a true genteel, Southern lady. We hold you all in our prayers. We can't be there in person, but we are with you in spirit. Love always, Nancy and Glenn


Adolph Flores posted on 5/16/20

Patty and Family So sorry to hear about your mom’s passing. 33rd and Q1/2 will never be the same but it sure was a great place to grow up thanks to our families. Your mom was always such a nice person to our family throughout the years. Our deepest sympathy to you and your sisters. Long-time neighbor since the 60s Adolph Flores Jr Albuquerque NM


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Mike spencer posted on 5/16/20

A very sweet and kind lady always had a smile an a kind word . Ms. Fisher will be missed


Eva Grigg posted on 5/16/20

Monica I am so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. She was a beautiful and gracious lady. Prayers for your family.


Nancy Trochesset posted on 5/15/20

Ken and I will always think of Mrs. Fisher with great love. This wonderful lady gave us our first home after we married by renting her garage apartment to us 50 years ago. She was like family and has a special place in our hearts. With much love... Ken and Nancy Trochesset


Margarita Sims posted on 5/15/20

My husband and I lived on the same block as Mrs. Fisher for 15 years. I am sorry to hear of her passing. She always had a kind word for me. Special regards to her daughter, Monica. Lifting up all her family in prayer.


Eva O'Donohoe Gregory posted on 5/15/20

Dear Monica and David, So very sorry for your loss. Sending love and hugs to you in this sad time. Your Mom is with the Angels now and at peace. Love, Eva O'Donohoe Gregory


MAry and Ron SKarke posted on 5/15/20

The Ron Skarke family will keep you in our prayers through this time. Mrs. Fisher was a great lady with a smile on her face at all times.


Margaret Anderson posted on 5/15/20

Of all my classmates mothers, she was the one I felt closest to. So kind and understanding. I still use things I learned from her in Girl Scouts.


Margie Alessi posted on 5/15/20

Pat was so blessed with a long life, a big loving family and many friends. Your memories of a great life and knowing she is with God will be your comfort.


Linda Eggleston and James Perryman posted on 5/14/20

Patty, I am so sorry to hear about your mom, she was such a sweet lady. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.