Brenda M. Fisher, (better known as BB) was born February 23, 1939, to the late Littleton and Mable Fassett in Queenstown, MD. Brenda was the third oldest of eight. She peacefully journeyed into eternity on Wednesday, March 9, 2022, at Complete Care Corsica Hills in Centreville, Maryland. She was preceded in death by her husband of forty-nine years, George M. Fisher, Jr., and her daughter Lydia Agatha.\n \n\n Brenda received her early education at Old Kennard High School in Centreville, Maryland.\n \n\n Brenda was a member of Robinson A.M.E. Church, where she served faithfully as a missionary in the early years. Brenda was a member of the Guiding Angels Grand United Order of Odd Fellows.\n \n\n Brenda worked at United Shellfish, Chesterwye Center, Inc., Parsons Island, and Estate Treasure.\n \n\n Everlasting memories of her life will be cherished by her daughters, Angel (Carl), and Vanessa; one adopted daughter; Deborah Curtis Johnson and one adopted son ; Richard Copes, Sr.; three grandchildren; Brandon (Missy), Raejon, Sr. (Brittany), Ciera, six great grandchildren; Tyler, Amaiya, Raejon, Jr, Isaiah, London, and Dominic, an adopted grandson Karter Johns; one brother, Richard White (Trudy), Philadelphia, PA, two sisters, Toni Pulley Grasonville, MD and Lillian Fassett, Washington, DC.; one uncle; Thomas Lockwood, one sister-in-law; Rev. Alice Hutchins (Carmichael, MD); a Godson; Jason Murray, Barclay, MD; Special friends Edith Watson, Ruth Butler and Mazie Bouldin. A host of nieces, nephews, and friends. Brenda was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend to all.