Amanda (Kapsner) Fischer

August 14, 1979 ~ February 16, 2022 (age 42)


Amanda Kapsner Fischer, age 42, passed away February 16, 2022 at home unexpectedly. She was born August 14, 1979 to Greg and Darcy (Fuson) Kapsner in Miles City, Montana. She graduated from Billings Senior High in 1997 and attended Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming, graduating in 2001 with a business degree. Amanda and her sister, Jessica, traveled for the next few years, where she lived in Portland OR, Minneapolis MN and Philadelphia PA. After experiencing the big city life, she came back to her small-town roots in Billings, where she worked at First Interstate Bank. In the winter of 2012, while on a night out with friends, she met her future husband, Chris Fischer, whom she became engaged to while on a trip to Belize, March 12, 2016. They married August 27, 2016 and welcomed daughters Skye Lee Fischer into the world on March 2, 2017 and Aurora Ann Fischer18 months later on October 18, 2018. Amanda always wanted children and decided to be a stay-at-home mom after Skye Lee was born so she could enjoy the most important people in her life, her children. For 5 years she instilled her amazing soul into her beautiful children, where she will live on through her daughters that she gave everything to. Family was the pride and joy of Amanda’s life. She cherished being with her daughters, and Amanda’s warm, kind, free-spirited soul radiated in those that were closest to her in life. A woman who was known for always being on time, loyal, caring and for traveling the country to get where she wanted to go, she became a mother “later” in life that she was always destined for, having been like a mom to nephew, Colin Kapsner 18, and to her three cats that she took in and cared for 15 years. Her calm, presence and kind spirit was felt by friends and family who knew she would do anything for them in their time of need. She’d travel great lengths to be present for those she loved and was deeply appreciated for the love she gave so generously. A skilled belly dancer, Amanda was a fan of beaches, camping, swimming, boating and traveling. In recent years, she had taken up gardening, canning, raising chickens, pheasants, horses and Leo her dog while managing a busy home. She was an expert planner—whether it was for trips, securing presents and managing the daily needs of her animals and daughters. A progressive thinking and, at times, exotic dressing hippie, Amanda was also a firm, focused organizer who was the glue for family get-togethers, holidays and special events. She survived a brain tumor and surgery in 1998. She came out stronger and wiser than ever. Her laugh was contagious and her smile would light up the room. A beautiful woman, inside and out, Amanda will forever be missed and remembered for these things and much more. She is survived by husband, Chris; daughters Skye and Aurora; father, Greg; mother, Darcy (Wade) Boettger; sister Jessica, nephew Colin; extended family and friends. A celebration of life will be held 11:00 am Friday March 11, 2022, at the United Methodist Church in Laurel MT

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