Tribune: ‘Everything Seemed Normal’ Before Broadview Woman’s Death on Skyway, Relatives Say

Screen Shot 2017-06-23 at 6.25.16 PM.pngFriday, June 23, 2017 || By Local News Curator || @maywoodnews  

According to the relatives of Lisa Fisher (pictured) — the 49-year-old Broadview woman who was killed on June 21, the victim of an apparent murder-suicide committed by Christopher Pena, 30 — there was no indication of trouble before the tragedy.

“Everything seemed normal,” her oldest son, Leon Williams, 30, told Chicago Tribune reporter Rosemary Regina Sobol.

“There was no indication that she was in any kind of trouble. She got in the car, and I’m sad to say that was the last time I saw her alive,” Williams said. “She said, ‘See you in the morning.'”

To read the full Tribune report, published on June 32, click here. VFP

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