Daphne Voss Fisher died peacefully on May 21 in Huntington Beach, Calif. She was 95.

She was born Daphne Elaine Voss in Boston on March 30, 1928. Her father, Charles Voss, was born in Greece as Constantine Voutiritsas. He immigrated to the United States as a teenager and went on to become a successful businessman. Daphne’s mother, Mary Elaine Loumos Voss, was born and raised in Boston and was a founding member of the city’s Hellenic Women’s Group.

Daphne was raised in Newton. She became a passionate pianist, graduated from Wellesley College in 1949 and married Warren C Fisher that same year. She had three daughters, Nicole Elaine Fisher, Joan Andrea Fisher and Eugenie Loumos Fisher Adler.

She earned a master’s degree in library science and worked for years in information services in Connecticut and Philadelphia. She was very proud of her Greek heritage and found her values were best served through service work and active participation in the Main Line Unitarian Church and musical groups.

Music, travel and Martha’s Vineyard were Daphne’s great joys. She spent most summers enjoying Martha’s Vineyard, where she created a summer retreat for many gatherings of family and friends, and where she became an advocate for the Island’s conservation efforts. She was also extremely active throughout her life and enjoyed skiing, sailing, bicycling and playing tennis, in addition to being an avid traveler.

Daphne was predeceased by her brother George Voss, sister Diana Voss, daughter Nicole Elaine Fisher and granddaughter Sophie Carmen Fisher Bartles.

As she requested, memorial contributions can be made to Wellesley College or Vineyard Conservation Society.