Dolores M. Fisher longtime Ponca City resident passed away Wednesday, May 24, 2017 in Ponca City with her daughter by her side. She was 87 years of age. Dolores was born August 9, 1929 in Des Moines, Iowa to Harry and Frieda Huddleston Sourwine.
She moved to Ponca City as a child with her family and she attended the Ponca City school system and she graduated from PO High in 1947. She married her high School sweetheart Chester Jack Kinzie SR in 1948 and they made Ponca City their home. He preceded her in death in 1953 and she married Neal Fisher in 1955 and he preceded her in death. Dolores work at several businesses in Ponca City and when she retired in 1991 she was the Secretary for the Waddell Tire Shop. Dolores enjoyed playing Bridge with her friends, bird watching, gardening and growing plants, going for walks and during her early days raising cats.
Survivors include: 1 son: Chester Jack Kinzie JR and wife Mary Jo of Oklahoma City, OK and 1 daughter: D'Ann Fisher of Ponca City, OK.
Dolores was preceded in death by her parents, 2 husbands and 1 sister; Madelyn Black.
Dolores' wishes were to be cremated with no services planned at this time, may she rest in Peace.
Online condolences may be done at www.gracememorialchapel.net
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