On August 14 1942, in Indianapolis, IN Doris (Leathers) Muston and her husband Robert Allen Muston were proud to bring this beautiful and strong woman into this world. Her life began in the small Indiana town of Tilden and was later joined by two younger siblings, her brother Darrel Wayne Muston (Nancy) who preceded her in death, and her sister Nedra Ella Goodwin (Ron). Growing up next to her grandparents, she was raised surrounded by unconditional love and she carried that love with her throughout her life. As a young woman she was running to meet a friend and as she rounded the car she found herself leaping over the outstretched legs of Richard Lee Fishback. Neither of them knew that her leap through the air would be the beginning of a life long love affair. On June 5th 1960, Richard married his beautiful bride (as he continued to address her every night of her life) at the North Salem Christian Church in Indiana. They started their family shortly thereafter, while living in Belleville, Danville, and Brownsburg, IN, having four 'perfect' children, Duane Edward Fishback (Amy), Debra Lynn Ferrell (Vaughn), Sheila Cay Fishback and Steven Douglas Fishback (Tammy). They moved to Jamestown, KY when all the kids were in school, then fate graced them with the opportunity to move to Sedona, AZ. The family began to flourish, find love, and gave her grandchildren. Moving once more, they lived in Las Vegas, NV for seventeen years. Then their path was set to move for the last time, down to Edmonton, KY, where she lived out the last fifteen years of her life. She loved and adored her fourteen 'perfect' grandchildren and twenty-one 'perfect' great-grandchildren. She had a great passion for family, back roads, traveling, nature, cooking and bringing her large family together. She was a loving woman that never met a stranger, forgave easily, gave wonderful hugs and loved completely. She battled and won over many health issues during her 77 years and at noon on Wednesday November 13th, 2019 she drew her last breath at the TJ Samson Hospital in Glasgow, KY and gained her angel wings with her family surrounding her. She was an earthly angel in the shape of a wife, mother, grandmother, sister and aunt. She will continue to be treasured in the memories of her loving family and everyone that knew her. There will be a celebration of life ceremony at the Edmonton Senior Center on December 14th from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Christmas was her favorite holiday so we would like everyone to join in the spirit of the season and dress festive for her.

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  1. Sandy and I were very close in age and were cousins. We shared lots of fun times at our homes and at the grandparents home in Tilden. I will miss her smile and contagious energy and humor. Peace be with the family. Sending my condolences. Love to the

  2. I am so very sorry to hear this news. In the short time I got to spend with her a wonderful friendship began. I will treasure those times of working on puzzles and reminiscing of her and Richards life together. I was blessed to even celebrate their most r

  3. Of course I meet Sandra around 30 years ago. Thank you Sheila. I loved the time that Sheila took me down to her parents home. My favorite time was just spending time on the back porch talking and laughing. Loved her so much. She touched so many lives.

  4. I never met Mrs. Fishback but I had the honor and privilege to know her daughter Sheila. I would always ask Sheila how her mom was doing and regardless of her condition, I always kept the family lifted in prayer. It broke my heart to hear of her passing

  5. I met Sandy through Kay Clark…. I fell in love with her… she was so sweet, loving and funny. My heart breaks for y’all. But her and Kay are together again having fun and no pain!
    Love and prayers for all y’all….

  6. First memory actually first time meeting momma was Steve is a man whore. Lol. I at test point knew she was spunky like myself. We banged heads at times. The last few months I spent time with her. She never said a bad word about anyone. She raised 4 wond

  7. There are so many wonderful memories of mom I don’t know where to start except with love. That is all she knew. There was never a moment in my life when I was not sure of that love. ( Even when I was a teenager.) I learned at a very early age how blesse

  8. Sandy, it is me again. I am thinking of your wedding. You were going to wear your Senior Prom formal as your wedding gown. I did not like that idea, after all Richard had already seen it. So we got together and I made you a new bodice to wear over the

    • Sara I can’t tell you how many times she told me about you making that new bodice for her dress. She loved it so much. I wore it a time or two myself when I was growing up. Sheila and I were always wanting to put on her beautiful gown. Thank you for

  9. I remember Sandy never letting me forget about one time mom asked her to change my diaper when I was very young.She said mom asked her to do it because our mom had been feeling bad and asked her the favor before sandy caught the school bus. Well of course

  10. The year was 1983.

    Sheila and I were fast friends. One day she invited me down to her house to stay for the weekend. My mom said I could go, since I’d be riding the school bus with her and then back up on Monday in time for school again.

    When we arriv

    • Thank you, Lindy for sharing. She loved and adored you and enjoyed having you around. She was a mom to so many through all our lives. I’m grateful you got to feel that first hand. Thank you for the memories! :heart:

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