3-4-22, Marisa Corin Fleischer (Bradley), 39

It is with great sadness that we announce that Marisa left this Earth on March 4, 2022.

Marisa was born April 8, 1982, and grew up in a wonderful close-knit neighborhood in Ojai, California.

She loved walking and riding her bike around the tree-lined streets, and playing with her neighborhood friends.

She had many adventures in the local Brownie troop and enjoyed taking art, dance, gymnastics, and horseback riding lessons.

After attending San Antonio Elementary School, Marisa went on to make many new friends at Matilija Jr. High, who she would continue to socialize with at Nordhoff High School.

While attending Nordhoff, she joined the marching band and enjoyed the many trips and adventures it brought to her life. She was also a member of the flag team and enjoyed cheering on the Rangers.

Marisa went on to Santa Barbara City College and then to Chico State, where she earned a bachelor of arts degree.

After college, she took a trip she had long dreamed of, to the United Kingdom.

Upon returning from the U.K., she began to experience health problems and was diagnosed with epilepsy, which was something that she fought valiantly for the rest of her life.

She married Jonathan Fleischer in August 2011, in a beautiful wedding she planned at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Oxnard, CA.
The pair then moved into a house in Oxnard, and enjoyed going to Disneyland, Las Vegas, and cheering on the Steelers, Ducks and USC Trojans.

They later divorced in 2018.

Marisa had a lifelong love of reading, which led her to start a book blog. She loved everything Disney, and was an annual pass holder and a member of the Disney Social Club, Loki’s Army.
She spent some of her happiest days in her happy place with friends at Disneyland. Marisa also loved family holidays, and often spent them with her cousins by her side.

She cherished the times she spent with her adored nieces, Gilly and Paige, and was eagerly awaiting the birth of her newest niece in June.

She had an affinity for animals and was always concerned for their welfare. She was a loving fur mom to Buddy and Cleo, and had Patches by her side in her final days.

Marisa had some struggles in her final years that she fought to overcome. She wanted people to know that mental health issues are nothing to be ashamed of,

but something to be understood, and to have compassion for those battling them.

At heart, Marisa was a very loving soul, who cared deeply for those around her. Her absence will be felt by all who knew and loved her, but her wonderful youthful presence will continue on in our hearts and minds forever.

She is at peace now, with her dad by her side.

Marisa is survived by her mother, Debra King; her sister, Alexa Woodmansee, husband Eric and their daughters Gilly and Paige;

her sister, Mackenzie Bradley and partner Abraham Lukaczer. She is also survived by her grandmothers, Dotty Albrecht and Michelle King; as well as much-loved aunts, uncles and cousins.

She was preceded in death by her father, Robert Bradley; grandparents, Barbara and Cy Chandler; and grandfathers, Robert King, Jack Bradley and Hook Albrecht.

Donations in her honor may be made to Marisa’s Memorial Disney Gift through the Together We Rise organization.

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