Kathryn Kujawa, 54, of Prescott, Ariz., died on June 10, 2005, at the family home.
She was born on Oct. 4, 1950, at Libby, to Raymond and Nora Kujawa.
A graduate of Libby High School, Kathryn attended Montana State University, graduating in 1972.
She taught art in Australia prior to completing her masters in library science at Emporia State University in Kansas.
Some of her fondest memories were of traveling the world with a backpack.
She devoted years to improving public library services, most recently for the Prescott Public Library. In addition, for several years she managed a veterinary hospital in Prescott for her husband Dr. Richard Fisher.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Survivors include her husband Dr. Richard Fisher, son Patrick Quavow Fisher, sisters Marie McAlear, Helena, and Irene Truscott, North Epping, New South Wales, Australia, and their families.
An informal remembrance gathering is planned for the future.
The family suggests memorial donations be made in Kathryn's name to the Prescott Public Library, or a local public library.