Anna Fischer (nee Kucinski), on July 16, 2021, of Barrington. Age 92. Beloved and devoted wife of the late Daniel H. Fischer. Loving Mother of Anna Marie Troutman (Lee), Susan Clifford (Robert), Linda Fischer, Donna Fischer, wife of the late Daniel H., Jr. Loving Grandmom of Brett, Scott, Chris, Aubrey, Will, Shannon, Stephanie, Frank, Timothy and Sophie. Great Grandmother of 14, and great-great Grandmother of 2. Dear sister of Nancy Hamm (the late William), Stanley Cook (Barbara). Also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Anna adored her family, doted on all her grandchildren, and made everyone she knew feel special by creating unique bonds and finding ways to make every individual feel loved and as if they were her only care in the world.
She enjoyed walking, gardening, crossword puzzles, game shows, traveling and the casinos, along with spending time with her constant feline companion Betty. She loved to feed everyone and was known for her kielbasa and sauerkraut as well as her green bean casserole. Anna loved to tap dance and ruled the dance floor with her polka.
Services are private at the request of the family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Samaritan Healthcare and Hospice, 5 Eves Drive, Suite 300 Marlton, NJ 08053 (www.samaritanhealthcarenj.org) or Rowan University Home Healthcare House Calls Program (https://secure.rufoundation.org/s/1653/02-alumni/giving/interior.aspx?sid=1653&gid=2&pgid=2157&cid=4047). Friends and family may share memories at www.gardnerfuneralhome.com.
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I remember the polka music and pizelles. Your mom was one of the happiest people I've encountered in life. Saddened to read of your loss.
Linda, Steph, & family,
So very sorry for the loss of your Mom & grandmom. Lin, your Mom always had a smile on her face & she was always so nice to all us kids growing up. She always welcomed us as we grew older & knocked on your door, always telling us to come in even when you weren’t home. She will be missed by all who knew & loved her. I am sure she is dancing in heaven & will look over all of you until you meet again. She is always with you, look for the signs. You will know when it’s her. We will be keeping you all in our thoughts & prayers. God bless.
The Phillips Family
Kelly, Brian, Kerry, Brian, & Joanne
To Anna’s Dear Family and Friends,
There can be no greater tribute to Anna’s life than each of you. Her love for all of you, her kindness, sense of humor, encouragement and support was reflected back from you, and made her so happy. We were lucky enough to be included in her circle of love and will miss her, and of course, her famous kielbasa and sauerkraut.
Na Zdrowie, Anna. God bless you, All.
Carol & Joe