Teresa Fisher

teresa fisher
Teresa Fisher- Age 64, a beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, Nana, and friend passed away unexpectedly on September 6, 2023. She was born in Nashville, TN, on June 3, 1959. Teresa’s biggest joys in life was her family, the time spent together for every birthday, holiday, sporting events and family vacations. Her immediate family was the light of her life and the joy that fulfilled each day. She is survived by her husband: Troy Fisher; son: Brian (Emily) Fisher; daughter: Lindsey Fisher; her grandkids: Mallory, Graham, and Cooper; parents: Don & Linda Hill; brother: Donald (Allison) Hill; sisters: Pam Spears and Tammy McCormick along with many close nieces and nephews, aunts, and uncles. She is preceded in death by her brother: Steve Thompson; father: John Thompson; sister-in-law: Jeri Fisher and many other grandparents and in-laws. A Celebration of Teresa’s life will be held on Wednesday, September 13, 2023, at 12:30pm, at Western Hills Church (7565 Charlotte Pike). A private family interment will follow at Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens. Visitation with the family will be held on Tuesday from 4PM until 8PM, at Western Hills Church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are encouraged to the Second Harvest Food Bank (secondharvestmidtn.org) Arrangements in the care of Compassion Funeral & Cremation Services, 6949 Charlotte Pike, Suite 104 (615) 857-9955. We are proud to be West Nashville & Bellevue’s only locally owned and operated burial & cremation provider.

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  1. I haven’t seen her in years, but Teresa, and Pam are in some of my fondest memories, back when they lived on Charlotte Pike, where the older Police Precinct is located, by what is now Nasville West. I was shy, and sad at times. Quick with a smile, Teresa could light up your glumy day. The world has lost a bit of it’s sparkle. My thoughts and prayers are with her family.

  2. Teresa and Troy were always thought of as One. You never spoke of one without thinking about the other. They were high school sweethearts, very much in love with each other, forever. Teresa had to be one of the kindest sweetest souls that God ever allowed to walk on this earth. Honest, kind hearted, sincere, devoted, soft spoken, spiritual, conscientious, dedicated, very loving and smiled much! She was fully dedicated to her family. Her presence on this earth will be greatly and sadly missed. She was very loved. We will always remember her. She was a beautiful soul. She loved her family with all of her being. May Jesus Christ comfort her husband Troy and their children and grandchildren at this time of sadness in their lives. May we all be as sweet and considerate as Teresa as we walk on this earth. Thank you Teresa for being such a positive influence in our lives. Thankful for knowing you and being part of your family. Until we meet again… Much love, Tina & Chico

  3. Teresa, I love you. I am missing you so much. I need you. You were the best part of this marriage. I will always have to live with not being there when you needed me the most. I hope and pray that I will see you again. Blessed to have you for 50 years.

  4. My condolences to you and your family Troy. I cant imagine what your going through. My family and I will continue to pray for you.

  5. Teresa, I wasn’t ready for you to go yet! My anguish at the time, and still now is unbearable. I was honored and privileged to spend my entire life having you as my sister. I never got to say thank you for being such a wonderful big sister to all of us. Thank you also for giving us a great brother-in-law Troy you will always be in my thoughts every single day. I love you and pray I will see you again.

  6. To my oldest daughter, I have no words for the hurt and confusion I am feeling right now. To have now lost two of my children is unimaginable. You were such a beautiful little girl with so much joy and laughter. And a beautiful soul as an adult. Always there for me to help with whatever I needed. I miss you now and forever. We are not suppose to be living life without you. Love you so much. You mom

  7. Teresa, we are not suppose to be sharing a tribute or even doing this right now. You should be here! This is such a big nightmare and so unbelievable. You are an amazing sister. And such a wonderful mom. I know you enjoyed being a Nana as well. You have strong amazing kids and the most amazing husband with Troy. We will be there for them! Always! Please watch over us all from Heaven above. We will need it going forward without you. We weren’t ready for you to leave this world. Love you and Miss you.

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