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Marion McSwain Fisher
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Marion McSwain Fisher, 81, of Clayton and Claremont, N.H., died Monday, Feb. 20, 2012.

After years as a Navy wife, Marion served as city clerk and manager in Clayton in the 1970s and served her church on the board of trustees.

She is survived by: her loving husband, Guy Oliver Fisher; her daughter, Jennifer Fisher Chinn of Atlanta; son, Robin Guy Fisher and wife Anne Taylor Fisher of Atlanta; daughter, Holly Fisher Cantrell and husband James C. Cantrell of Snellville; son, Perry Scott Fisher and wife Julie Fisher of Dallas; and grandchildren, Rachael, Andrew, Steven, Claire, Alex and Nikolai.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, Marion requested donations be made in her memory to the Family Life Center at Clayton First United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 703, Clayton, GA 30525.

SouthCare Cremation Society and Memorial Centers in Marietta was in charge of arrangements.

The Clayton Tribune, March 1, 2012

Marion McSwain Fisher
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Marion McSwain Fisher, 81, of Clayton and Claremont, N.H., died Monday, Feb. 20, 2012.

After years as a Navy wife, Marion served as city clerk and manager in Clayton in the 1970s and served her church on the board of trustees.

She is survived by: her loving husband, Guy Oliver Fisher; her daughter, Jennifer Fisher Chinn of Atlanta; son, Robin Guy Fisher and wife Anne Taylor Fisher of Atlanta; daughter, Holly Fisher Cantrell and husband James C. Cantrell of Snellville; son, Perry Scott Fisher and wife Julie Fisher of Dallas; and grandchildren, Rachael, Andrew, Steven, Claire, Alex and Nikolai.

A memorial service will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, Marion requested donations be made in her memory to the Family Life Center at Clayton First United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 703, Clayton, GA 30525.

SouthCare Cremation Society and Memorial Centers in Marietta was in charge of arrangements.

The Clayton Tribune, March 1, 2012

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