Arning, Deanna

Deanna Kay Hagstrom Fisher Arning

May 23, 1944 - December 20, 2020

Deanna Kay Hagstrom Fisher Arning, of Allen, Texas, passed away on Sunday, December 20, 2020 at the age of 76.

Deanna is survived by her son, Daren Fisher and wife, Sharon with sons Patrick Fisher and Derek Fisher of Lucas, Texas; daughter Karen Campbell and husband, Jack of Lake Elsinore, California and brother Clarence (CH) Hagstrom and wife, Marj and family of Lincoln, Nebraska, as well as many extended family members and many dear lifetime friends.

Deanna was happiest when spending time with her beloved grandsons, Patrick and Derek.  Deanna was an incredible grandma!  She never missed her grandson’s sporting events and proudly wore team colors to countless soccer, basketball, baseball and football games.

Deanna had a big heart and loved doing things for others.  She especially loved helping children.  Deanna was a longtime volunteer rocking babies in the NICU at Seton Hospital in Austin, Texas and was involved with the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Austin.  Deanna was actively involved in her community as she proudly participated in both the Citizens Fire Academy and the Citizens Police Academy of Allen, Texas.

Deanna is now in her heavenly home with her loved ones who have proceeded her in death, including her parents, Clarence and Catherine Hagstrom.

In lieu of flowers, Deanna’s family asks that donations be made in her name to any children’s hospital.

A small gathering will be held in Deanna’s honor when friends and family can gather safely.

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Oh not Deanna! I just can’t believe this. I’m just so shocked! I don’t even know what to say. My deepest condolences to her family...she loved you all sooo much!! And yes,she ABSOLUTELY adored those grandsons!!! I had originally met her when she used to work at one of the past banks of Capital One in Allen. It was there that we realized we also lived in the same neighborhood. I had not been seeing her for quite awhile but never dreamed she was sick or gone. To this day & for many years, every time we turn into the neighborhood, we always look to see if she’s working in her yard. If she’s extra busy we just wave & say hi;but thankfully,most of the time we’ve enjoyed lots of great conversations over the years. We will all miss seeing her smiling face & what pretty thing she’s done to her yard or put on top of her mailbox. Several years ago, she handmade & gave me a Christmas gift made out of glass with a big red bow. I have & will always treasure it. But Deanna was the true gift. To all that loved & will miss her, you will be in my thoughts & prayers. Love, Tiffany Tiffany , December 24, 2020 Deanna we love you and will miss you. We loved your laugh. We loved your smile. I will not forget how good you made my girls feel when at Aunt Leones funeral you came to our car and gave them each flowers. A couple weeks ago you were telling me about the day I was born 62 years ago. You made me smile, Thanks Deanna. You will forever be in our hearts. sobermiller@yahoo.com, December 23, 2020