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Obituary: Melinda Ann Baumann-Fisher

Melinda Ann Baumann-Fisher, age 56 of Truckee, California, passed away on the evening of January 6, 2015.

She was born in La Crescenta on July 26, 1958 to Donald and Wanda McCamy. Melinda graduated from Crescenta Valley High School in 1976. She married the late Steven Baumann in 1981 and had two children, Ryan and Shannan. In 2003 she married Marcus Fisher.

Melinda grew up in La Crescenta, CA. In her youth, Melinda enjoyed being a tomboy, often chasing after her older brother Michael and teasing her little sister Lisa.

In high school Melinda was very active in the theater arts, and was especially passionate about make up and costume design. That passion carried through to many fun-filled Halloween costumes for the whole family.

Melinda loved spending time on Balboa Island where friends and family would come together for good times, making it what she called her “happy place.” Melinda was very well known and loved in the Truckee community, a good hearted philanthropist always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need.

From organizing fundraisers and working closely with many local vendors for sponsorships and donations for local events and charities.

Melinda is survived by her children, Ryan and Shannan Baumann, her husband Marcus Fisher, her stepchildren Brandy Lopez and Robby Fisher, her grandchildren Donovan, Lilly and Briah, her mother Wanda Bills, and her sister Lisa McCamy.

Services open to family and friends followed by a celebration of life will be held Thursday January 15th at 1pm at Sierra Bible Church 11460 Brockway Road Truckee Ca. 96161.

Melinda will always be remembered for her warm smile, her caring heart and for her zucchini casserole.


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