Fisher, Janet Douglas Reston

Fisher, Janet Douglas Reston "Jenny"

September 28th, 2015

Surrounded by her family at Victoria Hospital on Monday, September 28, 2015, Jenny Fisher of London, at the age of 87. Predeceased by her beloved husband Jimmy (2003). Cherished mother of Jim Fisher and his wife Linda; Nana of Derek Fisher and Shannon, and Ryan Fisher and Daniela. Proud GG of Elliott James, Isaac Marcel and Heidi Reston Fisher. Dear sister of Betty Cooper, the late Maisie Hannan and the late Archie Tulloch. Missed by her many nieces and nephews. Jenny and her husband Jimmy had many close friends in which they shared great times together. As per Jenny’s wishes, cremation has taken place and there will be no service. Take a moment with a rum and coke, and reflect on the many happy times that you had with her.

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Michael & Debbie GrayWe were very saddened to hear of Jenny's passing. We have many fond memories of Jenny. She always had a smile on her face and her conversations were full of laughter and delight. We will miss her.
Crystal, David, Andrew, Chris and Joe SharpJenny and Jim will always have a special place in our hearts. We got to know them when we bought their home at 1153 Prince Philip Drive, and we greatly enjoyed their visits at any time, but especially at Christmas, when they would bring along a tin of Jenny's delicious shortbread cookies! They were both kind, open-hearted, and fun to be with. Jenny kept going after Jim died though she missed him dearly. Her garden and flower baskets continued to be a riot of colour each year. She was an inspiration. I thought about her on her recent birthday -- September 11th - but I am sad I couldn't get out to see her. Rest in peace Jenny.
Rich and Gayle GrevenSo saddened to hear of the passing of " Aunt Jenny " Always a beautiful smile...a wonderful spirit...a loving laugh...a gorgeous garden...and the best Scottish short bread ever. She will be missed.
Mary Ann & Bill BradyJenny was a bright light, cheerful and generous and she and Jimmy were a loving team. Jenny saw fun in everything, she made you feel special when you met. I still use her Griddle (she smilingly referred to them as "Girdle") Scones and think of her. A warm and kind person who left a legacy of respect and love.
Doug and Carolyn CampbellWe too were saddened by Jenny's passing. As long time neighbours on Whitton Ave, Jenny and Jim's was known as the place for a good party. Their beautiful gardens were always preened to a tee. They were wonderful contributors to the annual street golf tournament. Their warmth will be missed!
Joanne CrockettSuch a bright light in this world. So many wonderful childhood memories of my Aunt Jenny. Love you and miss you, Rest In Peace Aunt Jenny.
Mike and Faye GeogheganWe'll always remember Jenny as the greatest hostess ever, and a second mother to me during my days at 1130 Prince Philip. I can hear her laugh as I write this. Our condolences to Jim, Linda, Derek, Ryan, and families. We'll be having a wee drinkee in her memory.
Mario and Irene Faveri We will sure miss you, Jenny... our sentinel to the condo complex with your cheerful greetings ..., our fun conversations on your porch, your lovely garden. It won't be the same without you and we will have a drink (or two) with our neighbours in your memory. Our condolences to the family. (River Ridge, #24)
Jim and Dorothy HannanWe will always remember you Aunt Jenny. We looked forward to your visits to Scotland. We enjoyed your sense of fun and great humour. You leave us with many wonderful memories of the times we shared. Our thoughts are with your extended family at this sad time.
Linda and Lester (Les) NearyOur favourite Aunt Jenny. You are a thousand winds that blow . You are the diamond glint on snow. You are the sunlight on golden grain. You are the gentle autumn rain. You are the quiet bird in circling flight. You are the soft starlight at night. You gave us so many happy memories, we will miss and love you always. until we meet again, rest in peace.
Coco I will always remember Jenny as most lovable and caring person. Jenny taught me how to bake and she share her life stories over cup of tea. It was an honor to have known such a great person and I will truly miss her. My deepest condolences to the family.
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