Judy K. \nFisher, aged 75 of Butler, PA, was surrounded by her \nloving family when she peacefully went home to be \nwith our Lord on January 6, 2019 in the ICU at \nMontefiore Hospital, Pittsburgh, as a result of \ncomplications from an extended illness. Regardless \nof how much pain she was in, Judy always maintained \nan upbeat, positive attitude. Judy was born October \n5, 1943, in Chicora, Pennsylvania, the daughter of \nthe late Paul Benninger and Helen Rodgers.\n\nJudy thoroughly enjoyed spending her time with her \nchildren, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. \nJudy loved traveling the country and camping. \nBetween traveling through and visiting exciting \nlocations and National Parks throughout the US, Judy \nand her husband were camp hosts at Clear Creek State \nPark in Jefferson County for several summers. She \nand her husband visited 49 states; her favorite \nplace was Badlands National Park. She and her \nhusband enjoyed researching family genealogy and \npublished two family books. Judy and her husband \nwere founding members of the Goosetown Gang in \nChicora, and volunteered for Meals on Wheels. She \nalso enjoyed playing cards, puzzles, and holiday \ndecorating. Her children and grandchildren looked \nforward to her calling them early on their birthday \nsinging Happy Birthday. Judy graduated from Karns \nCity High School in 1961.\n\nOn June 2, 1962, Judy married the love of her life \nGerald "Jerry" Fisher. Judy and Jerry met when Jerry \nwas riding his Harley up North Main Street, he saw \nthis beautiful girl waving her arms at him, they \npulled into Morgan's Wonder Boy Drive-In and the \nrest is history. Judy worked in retail and was a \nhomemaker.\n\nIn addition to her husband, Judy is survived by two \ndaughters and one son, Tracey of Renfrew, Keith \n(Brenda) of Renfrew, and Annie (Jim) Fleming of West \nSunbury. Judy is also survived by her 6 \ngrandchildren, Amanda Fisher of Lebanon, Indiana, \nKristen (Kyle) Rottman of West Sunbury, Alisha \nFisher of Butler, James Fleming Jr of West Sunbury, \nMark Fleming of Emlenton, and David Fisher of \nRenfrew. Judy absolutely loved doting and spoiling \nher 2 great-grandchildren, Keyona Abron of Butler \nand Mason Rottman of West Sunbury. Judy is also \nsurvived by one brother, Paul Benninger (Rose), and \n3 sisters, Mary Ann Benninger, Cindy Benninger, and \nDorothy (Jim) Turner and a number of nieces and \nnephews. Judy was preceded in death by her parents; \nand 3 sisters Donna (Tom) Bartoe, Bernadette \nBenninger (who died at birth) and Helen Francis \nBenninger who was 5.\n\nFriends and family will be received on Wednesday, \nJanuary 9th from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 \np.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Thompson - Miller Funeral Home, \nInc., 124 East North Street Butler, PA.\n\nFuneral services will be held on Thursday, January \n10th at 11:30 a.m. at the Thompson - Miller Funeral \nHome, Inc., 124 East North St., Butler PA, with Rev. \nDavid L. Fisher, officiating.\n\nBurial will take place in the Hemphill Cemetery. \n\nThe family requests memorial donations to be made to \nMeals on Wheels, 218 E Jefferson St, Butler, PA \n16001.