White House Fire Victim’s Name Released

UPDATE: Tuesday December 10, 2013, Smokey Barn NewsSusan Fisher

White House Fire Victim’s Name Released.

Officials have released the name of the woman that lost her life in the deadly fire in White House Saturday Night. According to Jeremy Sisk, Asst. Chief / Fire Marshal for White House Fire Department, the Medical Examiners Office has positively identified the victim as Susan Fisher.  Susan was a resident of the home. Smokey has been in contact with the family and we’ll have more about Susan later today.

Susan’s family has sent Smokey the following..

1947 – 2013 Susan was the mother of two daughters, a wife, and lover of all things great and small. She was the type of woman who made both of her daughters bridesmaid dresses, and built the addition on their back porch. Friends from the Holly Tree neighborhood would have seen her walking their two great Pyrenees Annie and Emma as she loved all animals and nature. Services will be held at Spring Hill Memorial Park Wednesday 4p-8pm Courtney Peterson

The fund is set up at Regions bank here in White House. It is under “Robert Fisher Fire Fund” and the account number to contribute is 0198623362. The best way to contribute is to go into this branch location or mail checks to Regions Bank, PO Box 32. People can go to any regions bank to contribute, but it’s easier at this location since it is where the account is. 100% of the proceeds will go directly to Robert Fisher.

Smokey’s thoughts and prayers are with family and friends of Susan in this time of sadness.


Smokey Barn News Saturday December 7, 2013 White House, Tenn.

Home Fire On Foster Dr. In White House, A Total Loss, One Confirmed Fatality

UPDATED: See Update Video Report Below. One person is confirmed dead in a home located at 308 Foster Dr. in the Holly Tree Subdivision in White house (map location)  after a fire that broke out around 8:2oAM Saturday evening.  We don’t know the identity if the victim at this time, it will likely be several days before authorities can make a positive identification. The White House Fire Dept threw everything they had at the fire and by 9:00PM firefighters were getting the fire under control. A local resident tells Smokey that the fire started in the back of the house.

The fire in now under investigation by White House Fire, White House Police and the State Bomb and Arson officials, according to Jeremy Sisk, Asst. Chief / Fire Marshal for  White House Fire Department.

We will bring you more details as they become available. iPad users click on image below to play video VIDEO UPDATE REPORT: http://youtu.be/7wYpIYZsw0k  VIDEO BELOW: Reported Earlier: http://youtu.be/XQasMyRcSxs

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