FISHER Jerry B.
of Grand Blanc, died November 9, 2015 at 79 years of age. Loving husband of Lynn (nee Anchill) for 9 years; dear father of Rhonda Spina, Jerry (Debbie) Fisher, and Todd Fisher; grandfather of Justin, Alex, Krystin, Jessica, Joshua, and Nick,; step grandfather of Jason, Justin, and Matthew; great grandfather of 5; brother of Larry (Mary) Fisher. Also survived by Lynn’s children, James (Tammy) Hash and Jason (April) Hash and their children Brynne, Michael, Sara, and Sami. He will also be missed by his beloved dog Maxwell. Jerry was a veteran of the US Army. He retired from GM after 44 years of service; 30 years as a international UAW representative; 9 years as longest running staff council president and a member of the American Legion Post 377. Jerry loved to have all the “toys” enjoying hunting, boating, snowmobiling and barrel horses. Jerry also loved to shop and good food.
Thursday 3:00-9:00 PM
Saturday, November 14, 2015 at 11:00 AM at
COATS FUNERAL HOME-CLARKSTON, 8909 Dixie Hwy..
Burial Great Lakes National Cemetery, Holly.
Memorials may be made to American Cancer Society or American Heart Association
I will miss jerry. he has been a good friend for a long time. my condolences to his family.
To the family my deepest sympathy. Mr Fisher allowed me to go hunting with him and gave me a lot of great memories. The 1st deer I ever shot was while hunting with him. He always had a great sense of humor. Thank you Mr Fosher
Jerry will be dearly missed, the person he was as well as his wonderful laugh.
Mr. Fisher was a very good person and father to one of my best friends his oldest son Jerry Jr.My fondest memory with him was when he took his family up north to Black Lake on a weekend and I was invited to go with them and we had the most fun in the car ride, going and coming back with his cheerful personality. We were" Booking it" down the road to make time go by faster.My condolences to the whole Fisher Family, he will be missed!
Although our visits were few and far between, our love for one another never ceased. Our phone calls were frequent and I will miss hearing your voice. We had a hard life growing up and travelled our separate ways, but as we grew up and grew older and wiser,you were always there for me.
I love you Brother!
I have a lot of fond memories of you Jerry, when we lived in Michigan. When we moved out west, we kind of lost touch ( Me & You) I loved it when you called Larry and I answered the phone, then we would talk. Then cell phones took over and I don't think I ever talked to you on the phone again. Larry kept me informed (wasn't the same). You were a good man Jerry and I know that you are at peace with the Lord in Heaven. Love you.
We lived across the street from "Fish" in Clarkston. He was a great guy, always making us laugh. My brothers and I still tell funny stories about him. In fact, I bought my first car from him. Prayers to Rhonda, Jerry, Todd and the rest of the Fisher family. RIP Fish.
Rhonda Fisher Spina
Dad , you are missed deeply, I went to the Overtyme for a Birthday party. I ordered a combo plate, I could believe it there was a fried on my plate - your favorite. I can't believe all the little things that remind me of you daily. I will love and miss you the rest of my life. Thanks to all that shared a post. I love you Dad - your Daughter . We enough stories to last a life time. You are the best, heaven gained an Angel and I'm sure you will keep everyone laughing. See you, but not to soon!