Anchorage, Alaska – Christine Frances Pricer-Fish, 74, passed away unexpectedly, but quietly in her sleep on the morning of January 31, 2023, in Anchorage AK.
Christine was born October 17, 1948, to Robert and Frances Pricer in Pittsburgh, PA. She was an Airforce brat, as she called herself and spent time all over including Germany.
She met Michael E Fish at Hamilton Air Force Base in California and married on March 9, 1968. In 1972 they packed up their car and drove the Alcan to Anchorage Alaska. In 1979 they made their way to Wasilla Alaska where they created a home for their three boys.
Christine worked at the Matanuska Susitna School district for approximately 20 years. She was a teachers aid for much of that time and loved working with the kids. She would often come home with some hilarious stories, that always made her smile. She retired June 10, 2011.
Chris was a devoted hockey mom, and her boys were her everything. Family was extremely important to her, and everyone knew not to mess with her boys, or you were going to have to go through her first. She really loved being a grandma and spending time with her family. She loved deeply.
Chris enjoyed jewelry, shopping, flowers. She loved a great crime book or movie, but also loved Hallmark shows. She loved every dog she ever owned and treated them like one of her kids.
She is survived by her children, Mike (Heidi & grandchildren Devyn and Chole), Brian (Becky & grandchildren, Darren, Kiley, and Dillon), and David (Jessica & grandchildren, Dawson, Caden, Reagan and Kaylyn). She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert and Frances Pricer and her brother Robert Jr.
Services will be held at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Wasilla @ 11am on February 11th.