Fisher, Lambert, Mary, V

April 05, 2006

On March 30th 2006, MARY VIRGINIA LAMBERT FISHER, 64 of Tyaskin, died peacefully at Hospice of the Lake in Salisbury after struggling from the effects of Cancer. Mary was born March 10, 1942 in Baltimore to the late Doris and Philip Lambert of Baltimore City. She was educated in Baltimore where she graduated from the Catonsville High School in 1960. Prior to moving to the Eastern Shore in 1971, she worked for the Social Security Administration in Woodlawn and later transferred to the Paca Pratt building in downtown Baltimore with the same firm. She served as Church Secretary for the Westside Ministries in Nanticoke for a number of years where she was a member in full standing with the Nanticoke United Methodist Church. Mary held several offices in the Westside Ministries. The Children's Choir was organized and maintained under her leadership for 30 years. She served on several committees within the Westside Community Center and was active in the Circle of Prayer Group which was formed in 1999. Church ministry was vital to her as long as he was able to attend. Mary was also an active participating member of the Raum Chapel United Methodist in Rockhall, MD, where she was an active member of the United Methodist Women of Raum Chapel. Mary loved working in the greenhouses for Jay Martin of Bivalve and Connie Dolbey of Salisbury. Mary was an active member of the Westside Lions Club since December 1st, 1999, where she served as King Lion in July 2003 to 2004. This lady was gifted with many talents and hobbies, especially needlework. She was a member of the Westside Ladies Card Club and the Tuesday Morning Bowling League of which she was secretary for a number of years. Mary is survived by her husband of 44 years, Bernard "Bud" Fisher Jr.; a son, Bernard Franklin Fisher III and his friend Angie of Hebron, MD; a daughter, Amy Kathleen Cordrey and husband Jim; two granddaughters, Emily Vonarlen Efford and Susan Elizabeth Cordrey, all of Salisbury. She is also survived by a twin sister, Nancy Lee Eicheiberger and family of Glen Burnie and a brother, George David Lambert and wife Jane of PA. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, April 8th, 2006 at the Bivalve United Methodist Church at 2 P.M. and a Memorial Service will also be held Monday April 10th, 2006 at 2 P.M. at the Raum Chapel United Methodist Church in Rockhall, MD. In lieu of flowers, Mary asks that contributions be made to the church of your choice or to the Westside Lions Club c/o Willie R. Robertson, 1004 S. Schumaker Dr., Salisbury, MD 21804-8723. Arrangements are in the care of Messick Funeral Home on Nanticoke Road in Bivalve.

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