Mrs Patsy Ann Harbeson (Fisher), died peacefully at home on February 10, 2017 in
Mosheim Tennessee at the age of 70.
Patsy is survived by her husband Dennis Harbeson, her daughter Debra Betz, her son
Arthur Peppin, her daughter Heather Harbeson, her daughter Hidiy Carlson and her son
Tom Harbeson. She was blessed with 10 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Her
brother Bill Fisher and sister in-law Ruth Fisher, her sister Gale Barrett and brother inlaw
Tony Barrett, and brother Peter Fisher. She is beloved by her nephews Dean Fisher,
Wayne Fisher, Sean Barrett, Mark Barrett, and her niece Kelly Barrett.
Patsy was born on March 7, 1946 to Lester (Bud) and Jane Fisher in Mt. Kisco, New
York. She grew up in New York and then moved to California. She was a wildflower
and had a passion for travel and lived worldwide. She lived in Maseru Lesotho,
Southern Africa from 1981-1983. She lived from 1988-1991 in Subic Bay in the
Philippines. She lived in Napes, Italy from 1995-2002. In 2002 she finally planted roots
in Mosheim Tennessee.
Patsy was a botanist. She was a co-author of a book that studied the wild flowers in
Maseru Lesotho. She was a collector of orchids. She was also a talented artist.
Her family would like to thank the wonderful nurses for the care she received from
Smokey Mountain Home Health and Hospice Care, and for the love and understanding
that they showed to our family.
Patsy was an avid bird lover. She volunteered with Phoenix Landing, a volunteer
organization dedicated to the welfare of parrots. In lieu of flowers, please send
donations in Patsy’s name to: Phoenix Landing P.O. Box 1233 Asheville, NC 28802.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Rosemarie Trotta Brown
|Many great memories of growing up in Kisco Park with Patsy.
We had many long talks in her bedroom, rode bikes together,
swam in the brook.
Reading of Patsy's fascinating life I feel honored to have been
her friend when we were kids..
To Dennis and all her kids and grands, you were blessed to
have had her..
Sorry for your loss. Prayers to you all..|
||Tom and Lori Titus
|Dennis and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We
have such beautiful memories of our time
together in Naples, Italy.
Dennis, you and Patsy welcomed us when we first
arrived. You, Patsy, Don, Jacque, Tony, Mary
became a new family away from our stateside
families. Those time in Naples are forever
engraved in our hearts.
Patsy was such a calm, caring, talented woman.
We are so privileged to have known her.
Love to you all,
Tom and Lori Titus|
|I met Patsy when I lived in Naples. Both of us are avid bird lovers, and just all around ANIMAL lovers! I admired her spunk, and the fact that she didn't follow the pack, she did things her way.
We will all miss you Patsy.........
||James (Giacomo) Peacock
|Rest in Peace dear Patsy. I was great knowing you. A kind and loving person. There will be a flock of Parrots at the gates of heaven to escort you in.
Love Giacomo |
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