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Leslie Ann Busch Fisher

March 30, 1959 - April 13, 2021

Burial Date April 19, 2021

Family and friends may call at the Amos Carvelli Funeral Home, 201 Edison Street, Nutter Fort on Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. A graveside service will be held in the WV National Cemetery on Monday, April 19, 2021 at 2:00 pm with Deacon John Yaquinta officiating.

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Posted by:
Jeanette Rhodes

Posted on:
April 20, 2021

Bob, We are so sorry for your loss of Leslie. I will never forget the good times we had and shared with your family. Leslie and I played scrabble on line. I have missed her. Hold on to God at this difficult time. Praying for you and the family????? Jeanette ,April, Alexis and J.C. Rhodes

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Ralphie Terango Booth

Posted on:
April 16, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss. She was such a nice lady. Prayers for your family.

Posted by:
JR Roach

Posted on:
April 16, 2021

Bob: Words can’t express how sorry I am. I hope the love of family and friends helps you at this difficult time. Very few people get the opportunity to marry, love and enjoy time with a soulmate. You certainly had that and took great care of Leslie and your family. I was honored to work in your unit and I miss seeing you. I wish you the very best. My heart guts out to Leslie, you and her family. Leslie was a great lady who stood behind her soulmate and family. She was always a pleasure to see and talk with at anytime. Sincerely, JR Roach.

Posted by:
Gene Duffield

Posted on:
April 16, 2021

There are people that God puts on this earth to share smiles, kind words, and thoughtful moments with others. People who make lives around them better just by being present. Leslie was one of those people. Having the privilege to know and work with her at State Farm, was one of the blessings of my career. Her upbeat personality, quick smile, and wry sense of humor always made any day I was in the Fairmont Office a better day. My heart goes out to you, Bob, your daughters, and the entire family for I know how hard it is to fill the void left by someone you love so very much. But, I also knew Leslie, and, while it will certainly not be easy at first, eventually she would want you to embrace each day with a smile, a kind word, and a joy for life that is rich and meaningful. May your memories of her be exquisite and may God's promised peace flood your souls in an amazing way each and every day.

Posted by:
Dave Bucher

Posted on:
April 15, 2021

Bob, I am so sorry for your loss! My prayers and thoughts go out to you.

Posted by:
Judy Sturm

Posted on:
April 15, 2021

Leslie was my first friend and I have so many memories starting in childhood all the way up to being adults. We were the founding members (and only members) of the JCLB Spy Club! Leslie went with me to buy my first car and she drove it home for me because I didn't know how to drive a stick shift. I went with her over to Andrews AFB when she started dating Bob and was in their wedding (one of the most fun weddings ever!). What I will treasure most is the love and acceptance Leslie gave me and how we could pick up right where we left off when we saw each other. Leslie was never afraid to be herself - beautiful, loving, fun, and sometimes crazy! My heart is hurting but I know I will see Leslie in the next life - glad I have an angel to welcome me when it's my turn.

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