Chaiva (Shavy) Fisher died peacefully on Friday evening, June 17, 2022, at the age of 96. Shavy was born in Dorchester Massachusetts May 20, 1926 and was a long term resident of Quincy before moving to Weymouth and then spending her last 16 years at the Fireman House in Randolph. Shavy is survived by her oldest son Stephen of Seattle, youngest son Ralph and wife Donna, sister Selma Aronson and many loving family members.
She will be interred at Sharon Memorial Park Cemetery and join her husband Murray Fisher [1913-1998] at a private ceremony which she requested.
Shavy lived a very active Jewish life and was very involved for decades with Temple Beth El, her synagogue in Quincy, and Hadassah. Among the many accolades she received for her charitable work and involvement in the Jewish community was her designation as a ‘Woman of Valor’, the highest award given through Temple Beth El for those who served others in a selfless and generous manner. Shavy was a loving and generous person who always had time for her family and friends – she will be missed.