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Ms. Ana (Otero) Fisher

Pause Hopeless Time by Bruce H. Zimmerman (ASCAP)
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“I love you Ana I'm sorry you had to go through this ”
1 of 8 | Posted by: A friend

“Never a dull moment with you, Lula. Miss you!Love, Rosy ”
2 of 8 | Posted by: Carmen Strachan - Waterbury, CT

“I will miss you forever!! ”
3 of 8 | Posted by: Brenda Arroyo - Waterbury, CT

“Love you sister. I owe you my happiness as you introduced me to your beautiful sister. I love you and thank you. You will always be remembered as a...Read More »
4 of 8 | Posted by: Richard Arroyo - Waterbury, CT

“My condolences to the Otero family. I used to work with Ana many years ago byt we had remained friends. U will miss her terribly. May she rest in...Read More »
5 of 8 | Posted by: CELESTE BACKER - DANBURY, CT

“My condolences to the family ”
6 of 8 | Posted by: Dawn Mcclain - Waterbury, CT

“RIP Ana you will be missed. ”
7 of 8 | Posted by: Janet Alvarado - Waterbury, CT

“My condolences to the family.Sasha we are praying for strength love ”
8 of 8 | Posted by: Joyce White - Waterbury, CT


Ana L. (Otero) Fisher entered eternal rest on Tuesday January 3, 2017 at Waterbury Hospital surrounded by family after a long year battle with cancer.

Ana was born on February 13, 1969 in Waterbury the daughter of Jovita Lopez Otero from Naugatuck and the late Jose A. Otero

Ana grew up in Waterbury and graduated from Crosby High School in 1987 and briefly attended Post University for her bachelors in Human Services.
Ana was an extremely hard worker always working 2 jobs to provide for her daughter. She worked as a case manager for over 25 years with St Mary's Hospital and most recently with Wellmore Behavior Health. She worked several part time jobs for many years with the YMCA as a front desk receptionist, Zachery's Pizza as a food server, and RMS (Residential Management Services) as a direct care worker, just to name a few.

In her spare time, she loved to make terrariums and collecting multicultural souvenirs. She loved animals especially her cats. Ana enjoyed the beach and spending time with her family and friends.

Ana was an enthusiastic story teller with a witty sense of humor. Her infectious smile lit up the room. She was a strong, caring, and loving person. Her nephew's friends all knew her as Titi Ana because she took a genuine love to everyone she met. Ana devoted her life to her family especially her daughter and mother. She leaves behind her only daughter Sasha M. Fisher, her mother Jovita Otero, her sister Brenda and brother in law Richard Arroyo of Wolcott, brother Angel Otero of Waterbury, and Brother and sister in law Jacqueline Otero of Waterbury. Two nieces Rebecca Quinones and Jaelyn Otero, four nephews Cecilio and Adrian Quinones, Angel, and Miguel Otero along with 2 great nieces Lily and Mya Quinones, several cousins, extended family and many friends.