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Sandra J. Fish

Died: Wednesday, March 05, 2003
Age: 63
Sandra J. Fish, 63, Genoa City, formerly of Hebron, Ill., died Wednesday, March 5, 2003, at her home.

The former Sandra Jean Miller was born June 23, 1939, in Chicago, the daughter of the late Thane and Roberta Tabor Miller.

In 1963, in Woodstock, Ill., she married Charles L. Fish Sr. He died March 17, 2001.

She lived in Hebron until moving to Genoa City four years ago. She formerly worked for Shutters Inc., Hebron.

She is survived by two daughters, Roberta Fish, Harvard, Ill., and Sandra Hall, Lake Geneva; four sons, Charles Fish Jr., Genoa City, Robert Fish, Georgia, Daniel Hall, Genoa City, and Archie Hall, Harvard; 14 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; six sisters, Gail Gerken, Chicago, Linda Simon, Wonder Lake, Ill., Kathy Sawyer, Florida, Doreen Bartalone, Fox Lake, Ill., Janet Cammarata, Lake Zurich, Ill., and Diane Miller, Woodstock; and one brother, David Miller, Johnsburg, Ill. She was preceded in death by one sister, Pam Miller.

Funeral services were held Monday, March 10, at the Haase-Derrick-Lockwood Funeral Home, Genoa City, with the Rev. Dennis D. Callahan officiating. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery.

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