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Rest In Peace Ina Earlene Fisher

March 22, 2016

Ina Earlene Fisher passed over to the other side on March 14, 2016. She fought a long a battle with cancer. Family and friends gathered in a celebration of life on March 17th 2016 at First Baptist Church of Andrews. Burial will follow at Andrews County Cemetery.

The life of Ina Earlene Fisher was lived to the fullest. In her younger years, she was a noted rodeo performer that toured all over the country by train and promoted and participated in rodeos put on by the legendary Gene Autry. Sought out by Hollywood to come West to act in the increasingly popular Western movies, she returned to West Texas and married Marvin McKinley Fisher, Jr. and helped him manage his ranch.

After the graduation of her children from high school, she pursued her dream job of becoming and educator. She received multiple degrees in the field and went on to serve the Andrews Independent School District.

Once retired from teaching, she pursued a career as an inventor and entrepreneur in the fields of medical devices and mineral properties.

A devoted Christian and philanthropist, Ina Earlene Fisher was a member of a number of civic organizations including Colonial Dames, Andrews Country Club, National Association Of Royalty Owners, and the Texas Cattleman's Association.

She is survived by a son, daughter in law, daughter and eight great-grandchildren.
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