Emma was born in Bakersfield, Ca. on November 19, 1998, and was granted her angel wings on May 22, 2013. Emma was born to a very loving mother, Pamela Fisher, who dedicated her life to giving Emma the best care possible. Emma was born with several disabilities, but those did not stop her from having a very profound impact on the lives of others.
Emma was preceded in death by her great grandfather Earl Denton, grandmother Dixie Bewley, grandmother Ruby McCaan, and Aunt Esther Gayaldo. Emma is survived by her mother and father, Brandon and Pamela Fisher, brothers Chase, William and Daniel Bewley, grandparents Jesse and Linda Luna of Indio, Ca., grandparents David and Stephanie Fisher of Queen Creek, Arizona, grandfather James Bewley, uncle Danny Hjertstedt, aunt Julie Hjertstedt of Ventura, Ca., counsins Molly and Nicole Hjertstedt, various members of her extended family, along with two of her favorite people, Beau Hashim and James Carroll.
Emma was never shy to let you know how she felt and was often characterized as ornery by those who loved her the most. Emma loved all of her babies, especially Mr. Poofypants, shopping, her shoe collection (both winter and summer) and basketball. Emma was a regular participant in league of dreams basketball, and was aided by her brothers Chase and William.
Emma had an immediate impact on all those she encountered. Although Emma was unable to speak, she was able to communicate with people in her own special way. Emma made everyone she encountered a better person.
A Celebration of Life (Pink Party) will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2013 – 1:30 PM at Mauricio’s, 10700 Rosedale Hwy.
The family would like to thank Hoffman Hospice, Dr. Ryan Coller and UCLA Medical Home Program, everyone of the doctors and nurses that cared for her over the years, Maxim Helathcare of Bakersfield, Caring Corner, all players and parents of the Bakersfield Bruins Club Baseball team, all teachers, aides and specialists with the Kern High School District, Kern County Superintendent of Schools and Bakersfield City School District, and anyone else that helped to make her life better.