Obituary of Mary McNair
Mary Lee Fisher was born on March 16, 1952 in Monroe, Michigan. She was one of ten children born from the union of her parents: the late Richard Hardaway and the late Geneva (Austin) Fisher. Mary stayed in Monroe and met the love of her life, John McNair and married him on September 17, 1973. It was from this union that came the birth of their three children: two sons and a daughter.
Mary was a stay at home mom. In her younger years, she enjoyed roller-skating and was pretty good at it. She preferred to be in the company of her friends because she loved to socialize. Her outgoing personality made it easy for her to make friends. She was known for being feisty and was never afraid to speak her mind (even when she was wrong). As time went on, her social circle got smaller but that didn’t bother her because it left her more time to spend with those that meant the most to her.
Above anything else, she loved her family. She was close with her sisters and always enjoyed their company. She loved her grandchildren and great grandchildren and cherished the time she got to spend with them. Mary was a loving soul who will be missed by everyone who knew her.
Mary Lee McNair, age 66, of Monroe, passed away on Thursday, May 3, at Promedica Monroe Regional Hospital surrounded by her family. Her passing is preceded by her husband: John McNair; her son: Daryl Fisher; her granddaughter: Johniqua McNair; her great granddaughter: Kay’T Anderson; her sister Marilyn Fisher-Miller; two brothers: John Fisher and Alonzo Fisher; and her parents.
To cherish her memory, she leaves behind her children: John Fisher and Jenae McNair; her siblings; Lillie Bramlette, Zelma Harris, Carolyn Kyles, Johnnie Mae Russ, Delephine Fisher and Mattie Hoye her grandchildren: Tyvonna Fisher, D’Vaughn Fisher, Tremayne McNair, Curtis Crenshaw III, Allaya Offutt, Alliya Rottman and Levi Offutt; her great grandchildren: Author, AJ, Mia, Natalie,, Eli, Adrian, Curtis IV, Kaliya, John , Samuel, Daniel, Lyla and Zoey; her best friend and shotgun rider: Helen Cicero; a large host of Nieces and nephews; and many other extended family members and friends.
Friends and family may gather on Thursday, May 10, 2018 at Merkle Funeral Service, 14567 South Dixie Highway, (734)241-7070 from 11:00am until a Going Home Celebration at 1:00pm officiated by Heather Boone from Oaks of Righteousness. Burial will take place at Roselawn Memorial Park immediately following the service.
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