OUR FAMILY CONTAINS MANY SMART AND TALENTED FOLK.
WE ARE PROUD TO PRESENT TO YOU
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IT'S A GREAT MONTH FOR FISTERS!!! TWO OF US ARE RECOGNIZED FOR EXCELLENCE
Read below about Marcus Fister and Marion Guinn, and so many others.
MARCUS FISTER named Senior Director of Energy at Amaresco
MARIAN FISH GUINN -- MOST INFLUENTIAL WOMAN of LEXINGTON-2013
Marian Guinn was voted the most influential woman in the Lexington area in a poll of Herald-Leader and Kentucky.com readers.
In 2007, Marian was inducted into the University of Kentucky Alumni Hall of Fame
INDUCTED INTO KENTUCKY AVIATION HALL OF FAME
Helen Johnitta Keller Miller
University of Kentucky Alumni Hall of Fame
Barbara Westley Fister, Author
Third mystery novel published
Introducing Jamie M. Hopkins, USN
Jamie received her Captain's pin aboard the USS Comstock.
Your Mom Beth Fister Hopkins Marchand and ALL of us are VERY PROUD OF YOU!!!!!
For more on the story click on the USS Comstock seal:
Tim T. Fister
Earns prestigious Henderson Prize from University of Washington
Tim Fister, winner of the University of Washington’s Henderson Prize,
at the LERIX detector installed on the XOR/PNC 20 I-D-B beamline.Tim Fister Earns Henderson Prize
click on the photons for the story
Joe M. Fister (Fred's branch)
Winner of The Standard Club Shootout
Monday, July 9th
(Joe is on the left)
longtime volunteer at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital,
delivering more than 100 holiday tray favors
to patients on Christmas Eve.
Photo by Joseph Rey Au from articleby Robin Roenker, published Dec. 12, 2007 at lexington.com and Lexington Herald-Leader
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Golfer BRIAN FISTER (click on photo for full story)
and her winning Boer goats -- click on her photo for the full story
UK Alumni Hall of Fame
Marian Fister Fish Guinn
click on Marian's photo for the story
visit their website: www.burkefurniture.com/
In honor of the late Harry Caudill, Al Fritsch and Kristen Johannsen were awarded the 2005 Caudill Prize for their book Ecotourism in Appalachia: Marketing the Mountains. The Caudill Prize recognizes outstanding contributions to reporting Appalachian life and values.
click on Father Al's book to read a 2004 interview of him.
CHECK OUT Father Al's web site: www.earthhealing.info
It would be hard to live in Kentucky and not raise horses.
Click on Vincent Fister's Artful Ebony Oh yeah, Vincent moved to Ohio.
Then again, many of us have moved from Kentucky.
Where do you think Vincent learned about moving?
Click on this picture to learn about Vincent Fister, Inc.
Most of us know that our ancestors were farmers. Our patriarch, John N. Fister and his first wife, Anna Grosser, started with truck gardening. At the time of Anna's death in 1902, the Lexington Morning Herald reported that they were among the largest land owners in Fayette County, Kentucky.
Here's one of the well known farms:
Bi-Water Farm & Greenhouse
click on photo the farm of the late Carl Anthony Fister and his wife, Bertha
Did we say farm ??
This one has so many attractions, you could say amusement park.
AUTHORS--Barbara Fister, Tim's wife
ATHLETES -- what about Sean Fister, Golfer (is he related?)
MUSICIANS -- anyone know Steve Fister, Guitarist (is he related?)
WE ARE OUTSTANDING!
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