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In Memory of Carmen Fisher


Visitation will be held from 4pm to 6pm prior to the service at Bethel Highlands.

Funeral Services

6PM, Tuesday, April 5th at Bethel Lutheran Church, Highlands Campus; 504 Frontage Road in Hudson

Carmen L. Fisher age 55 of Hudson, Wisconsin passed away on Wednesday, March 30, 2016. 

Carmen was born to Bob and Kay Thorsbakken on July 6, 1960 in Shell Lake, Wisconsin.   Carmen was baptized at Dallas Lutheran Church in Dallas, Wisconsin.   She spent her childhood in Frederic, Wisconsin where she grew up with two sisters Sheri and Julie.  Carmen loved her horses and all the animals that came with living on a hobby farm.   Carmen was confirmed at Calvary Covenant Church and graduated from Frederic High School in 1978.  She attended Rice Lake WITC where she majored in accounting. 

Carmen married Steve Robb. This union was blessed with the joy of her life, Kevin Lee Robb.  Carmen spent many years working in human resources at UFE in Stillwater, Minnesota.  She later began a career with Feggestad and Hill as a job recruiter in Hudson, Wisconsin.    Carmen married Todd Fisher, the love of her life.  They enjoyed golfing, vacationing and just being together. 

Carmen is preceded in death by her husband Todd Fisher and her father Robert Thorsbakken.  She is survived by her son Kevin Robb and grandson Grayson, her stepson Grant Fisher, her mother Kay Thorsbakken, her sisters Sheri (Ed Peterson), Julie (Brad Jerrick) nieces, nephews, and many amazing friends. 

Carmen was an amazing mom, wife, daughter, sister and friend.  She was an adventurous fun loving person.  She lived each day to the fullest and loved all of the adventures her earthly life provided.

Carmen’s memorial service will be held at 6PM, Tuesday, April 5th at Bethel Lutheran Church, Highlands Campus; 504 Frontage Road in Hudson. Visitation will be held from 4pm to 6pm prior to the service at Bethel Highlands. Interment will be in the Willow River Cemetery in Hudson. Funeral services entrusted to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home of Hudson. 

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    • We met Carmen as one of our co-workers at UFE. Carmen was always kind and friendly to both of us. She was a true professional at work–always courteous to others. We enjoyed exchanging family stories and other interests with Carmen. She always had a beam of happiness around her. Carmen will be missed. May she join her family in the glories of Heaven.

    • I worked with Carmen for seven years at UFE. She was one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met. I still have the lamb which plays the Brahm’s lullaby she gave to my son when he was born in 1993. My deepest sympathy to her family. She was an inspiration to me. Til we meet again. ?

    • We met by pen and paper
      when we were 12 years old
      You wrote about your horses
      and your snowy winter cold.

      I wrote about Australia
      our beaches and the sun
      We dreamed of meeting one fine day
      And have some aussie fun

      Although we never met
      You have been my life long friend
      I will miss you my dear pen pal
      Until we meet again.

      Luv you Carmen. XXXXX

    • Dear Kay and family,
      Larry and I are so saddened by yet another difficult loss for you.
      Please know we will hold you in our hearts and
      keep you in our prayers. Bob and Carmen are now forever together with
      Todd and others that have gone on before them.
      You were sincerely and deeply loved by them and the love you also shared with them was such a beautiful gift.
      May your love of Christ comfort you. In Him there is peace.
      We love you so much.