Returning to Baltimore, she settled in Roland Park and later lived at Cross Keys before moving to the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson.
Mrs. Fisher volunteered at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Union Memorial Hospital, and the Children's Aid Society.
She had been secretary of the English-Speaking Union in Baltimore and the Audubon Society of Boston, where she conducted bird-watching excursions.
She was a member of Chapter One of the Colonial Dames of America and was the former patroness of the Baltimore Assembly. She was a former member of the Junior League of Baltimore and the Town & Country Garden Club.
Mrs. Fisher enjoyed doing decoupage, traveling and giving and attending parties. She also collected antiques.
She was a communicant of Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church. She also had attended the Roman Catholic Shrine of the Sacred Heart in Mount Washington and the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Mary Our Queen.
There are no services.
Mrs. Fisher is survived by a son, William A. Fisher III of Ruxton; a daughter, Alexandra Fisher Mitch of Houston; four grandchildren; and a great-grandson.