- GLADYS ARMITTA9 STEININGER (Jonathan ‘Howard’8, Reuben7, George B6, John Jacob5, John Leonard4 Jr, Johan Leonard3, Hannss Michael2, Hanns1) was born on 22 Nov 1896 in Deliance, Ohio. She died on 25 Oct 1928 in Seese, White, Arkansas. She married Charles Waymon Fisher, son of John Foster Fisher and Alice Lilly Hill, on 29 Nov 1917 in Beebe, White County, Arkansas. He was born on 25 Apr 1888 in Walling, White, Tennessee. He died in Dec 1974 in Beebe, White, Arkansas. Gladys Armitta Steininger was buried in 1928 in Beebe, White, Arkansas (Beebe Cemetery). She also went by the names of Gladys Fisher, Gladys A Fisher and Gladys Steininger.
Charles Waymon Fisher was buried in 1974 in Beebe, White, Arkansas (Beebe Cemetery). He also went by the names of Chas W Fisher, Charley Fisher, Charlie W Fisher, and Charley Fisher.
Charles Waymon Fisher and Gladys Armitta Steininger had the following children:
i. MAXINE NAOMI10 FISHER was born on 12 Oct 1918 in Beebe White, Arkansas. She
died on 01 Nov 1998 in Mukilteo, Snohomish, Washington. She married Benjamin John Kean Jr, son of Benjamin John Kean and Mary Louise Skerik, on 12 Mar 1944 in District of Columbia. He was born on 01Jun 1916 in Manette, Kitsap, Washington. He died on 20 Jan 2000 in Alexandria, Virginia. Maxine Naomi Fisher was born in 1919 in Arkansas. She was buried in Nov 1998 in Beebe, White County, Arkansas (Beebe Cemetery). She also went by the name of Maxine Fisher.
ii. ARLIE EUGENE FISHER was born on 19 Sep 1919 in Beebe, White County, Arkansas. He died on 17 Dec 2008 in Searcy, White County, Arkansas. Arlie Eugene Fisher was buried in Dec 2008 in Beebe, White, Arkansas (Beebe Cemetery). He also went by the name of Arley Fisher. He also went by the name of Arlie E Fisher.
Notes for Arlie Eugene Fisher:
Obituary was found on Arlie E. Fisher Find A Grave
Arlie E . Fisher , 89, of Searcy, Arkansas, died Wednesday, December 17, 2008.
Arlie was an Air Force Veteran. He retired from NASA in 1974, and was one of the
engineers on Apollo 11. He spent two years with the Peace Corp. in Fiji. Arlie was a
graduate of University of Arkansas with a degree in Engineering. He received the National Volunteer Award and loved traveling the world. Arlie was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Gladys Steininger Fisher; one brother, George Fisher; and his sister, Maxine Kean. He is survived by one brother, Jim and wife Johnnie Ruth Fisher of Searcy; three nieces and three nephews. Family will receive friends beginning at 9:00 a.m. Saturday, December 20, 2008 at Westbrook Funeral Home, Beebe. Graveside service will follow at 10:00 a.m. Saturday at Beebe Cemetery. Memorials may be made to your favorite charity.
iii. GEORGE EDWARD FISHER was born on 08 Apr 1923 in Beebe, White County, Arkansas. He died on 15 Dec 2003 in Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas. He married ROSEMARY B SNOOK. She was born in 1927 in Axbridge, Somerset. She died on 25 Aug 1983. George Edward Fisher was buried on 19 Dec 2003 in Beebe, White County, Arkansas. He also went by the name of George Fisher. He also went by the name
of George E. Fisher.
Rosemary B Snook was buried in Beebe, White County, Arkansas
Notes for George Edward Fisher:
Editorial cartoonist for the Arkansas Gazette from 1964 to 1991. His work focused
mainly on state issues and politicians, including Governors Orval Faubus and Bill
Clinton, whom he depicted riding a tricycle due to Clinton’s young age when he
became governor. Fisher always incorporated his wife’s nickname, Snooky, into his
cartoons, prompting his audience to look for “Snooky” when they read the
newspaper each morning. After the Gazette closed in 1991, he began drawing
cartoons for the weekly Arkansas Times and did so until his death. His cartoons
have been compiled in a number of books over the years.
224 iv. CHARLES JIMMY FISHER was born on 03 Feb 1927 in Beebe, White, Arkansas. He died on 29 Mar 2012 in Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas (Age at Death: 85). He married Johnnie Ruth McKenney in Pulaski, Arkansas. She was born in Dec 1931.
224 CHARLES JIMMY10 FISHER (Gladys Armitta9 Steininger, Jonathan ‘Howard’8 Steininger, Reuben7
Steininger, George B6 Steininger, John Jacob5 Steininger, John Leonard4 Steininger Jr, Johan
Leonard3 Steininger, Hannss Michael2 Steininger, Hanns1 Steininger) was born on 03 Feb 1927 in
Beebe, White, Arkansas. He died on 29 Mar 2012 in Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas (Age
at Death: 85). He married Johnnie Ruth McKenney in Pulaski, Arkansas. She was born in Dec 1931.
Charles Jimmy Fisher also went by the name of Charles Jimmy C.J. Fisher. He also went by the
name of James Fisher. He was buried in Beebe, White County, Arkansas.
Johnnie Ruth McKenney also went by the name of Johnnie Fisher. She also went by the name of
Johnnie Ruth Fisher and Johnie R Fisher.
Charles Jimmy Fisher married Johnnie Ruth McKenney on 06 Oct 1950 in Pulaski, Arkansas, USA.
Charles Jimmy Fisher and Johnnie Ruth McKenney had the following children:
i. BRENDA11 FISHER was born on 26 Aug 1952 in Little Rock, Arkansas. She married
Keith Allen Matthews on 15 Jul 1972 in Pulaski, Arkansas, USA. He was born on 11 Feb 1951 in Harrison, Arkansas.
ii. STEPHEN THOMAS FISHER was born on 03 Aug 1954 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He
married Patricia Rene Oliver on 19 Dec 1992 in Pulaski, Arkansas. She was born on 17 Nov 1957 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
iii. SARAH FISHER
Notes for Charles Jimmy Fisher:
Charles Jimmy “C.J.” Fisher, 85, of Hot Springs, Arkansas, formerly of Searcy, was born February
3, 1927 at Beebe, Arkansas, to Charles and Gladys (Steininger) Fisher, and he died Thursday,
March 29, 2012 after a battle with Alzheimer’s and bladder cancer. He was a WWII Navy veteran, and was retired from Southwestern Bell after thirty-eight years of service. He is survived by his wife of sixty-two years, Johnnie (McKenney) Fisher, of Hot Springs, formerly of Searcy and Beebe; one son, Stephen (Jane) Fisher; two daughters, Brenda (Keith) Matthews and Sarah (Mark) Robbins, both of Hot Springs; grandchildren Adam Matthews, Josh (April) Matthews, Will Matthews, Ben Robbins, Grace Robbins and Matt (Lauren) Landers; great-grandchildren Charlee May Matthews and Addison Landers; nephew, John Kean; and many cousins, nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents; siblings Arlie Fisher, Maxine Kean and George Fisher. Visitation will begin at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, April 1, 2012, at First United Methodist Church, Searcy, with memorial service to follow at 2:00 p.m. Interment was Friday at Beebe Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church, 304 N. Main, Searcy, AR 72143, First
United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 247, Beebe, AR 72012, Mabelvale United Methodist Church,
10500 Woodman, Mabelvale, AR 72103, or Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, 841 Quapaw
Ave., Hot Springs, AR 71901