LaVonne Fischer

June 3, 2020

obit Fischer LaVonne newspaperSept. 4, 1940 – May 24, 2020

LaVonne “Bonnie” Fis­cher, age 79 of Montevideo, formerly of Cottonwood, went to her Lord on Sun­day, May 24 at Brookside Memory Care Unit in Mon­tevideo. A service was held May 29 at the Wing-Bain Funeral Home in Granite Falls. A graveside service will be held June 5, 10 a.m. at the Wood Lake Cem­etery.
LaVonne Lois Fischer was born Sept. 4, 1940 at home to Lee and Amanda (Paap) Williams of Russell. She was baptized and con­firmed in the Presbyterian faith. LaVonne was raised on the family farm until she was high school age, when her family moved to Tyler. She attended school there and also worked as an aide in the Tyler Hospital. When her family returned to the farm, she remained in Ty­ler to continue working and graduated from Tyler High School. After gradu­ation, LaVonne moved to Marshall and worked at the hospital until she married Richard Fischer in 1960 and moved back to Rus­sell. Their marriage was blessed with six children. The couple moved to Hazel Run and then to Wood Lake, where she ran the café for a few years. Through her years of employment she had many jobs, including Ben Franklin in Granite Falls, Midwest Continent in Cottonwood, driving truck, security guard in Tampa, Florida, and Project Turn­about in Granite Falls, just to name a few.
LaVonne was an avid animal lover and had many pets throughout her life. LaVonne loved music and was the only one in her family to play a musical instrument. In later years, she played the guitar with a small group that played for residents of the nursing homes.
LaVonne was always out­going and made friends easily. She had a wonderful sense of humor and loved being outdoors. Some of the happiest times were family camping adventures.
LaVonne is survived by her children— Nicky Fis­cher of Aurora, South Da­kota, Dick (Danita) Fischer of Bushnell, South Dakota, Dawn (Jerry) Rupp of Granite Falls, David (Dawn) Fischer of Wood Lake, Tau­nya Geihl of Wood Lake, and Missy (Dan) Torgerson of Hanley Falls; grandchil­dren Molly, Tony, Shaun, Scott, Heather, Brent, Sarah, Lee, Wade, Brandi, Zachary, Brittany and Mi­kael; great-grandchildren; brothers Donald (Darlene) Williams of Lynd and Rob­ert Williams of Russell; sis­ter Ida (Dennis) Kesteloot of Cottonwood; as well as many nieces and nephews who loved her dearly, other relatives and friends.
LaVonne was preceded in death by her parents Lee and Amanda Williams; Richard Fischer; brother Joe Williams; and sister-in-law Barb.
Arrangements are with the Wing-Bain Funeral Home of Granite Falls. For online guestbook, please visit www.wingbain.com