November 30, -0001 - June 11, 2011
FISHER, Robert â€œTonyâ€ Lt. Colonel Loving husband of Barbara (nee Halcomb) Fisher. Beloved father of Angie (Andy) Kerr, Diana Fisher, and Mark (Julie) Fisher. Dear grandfather of Alex, Ben, Sam, Grace, Abby, Penelope, Mary, and Ross. Brother of Mary (Chuck) Stewart. Suddenly on Saturday, June 11, 2011. Age 64. Visitation will be held at Christâ€™s Church at Mason, 5165 Western Row Rd., Mason, Wednesday, June 15 from 5 p.m. until the funeral service at 7:30 p.m. Private burial to be held. Memorials may be directed to Reunion Christian Church Building Fund, 6800 Kyles Station Rd., Liberty Twp., OH 45044. Condolences at hodappfuneralhome.com
Dear Fisher Family~
It is with great sadness that I send this email. I worked indirectly with Tony at The Christ Hospital. My position was to assist individuals with disabilities applying for jobs.
Tony was my go-to manager, always so caring and respectful of others.
We had many long talks about family and life. He spoke often of his family vacations and I could see how much he loved his family. May you all gain strength through your loving memories~
Dear Barb and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. My heart and prayers go out to you in your time of sorrow. Tony was a lot of things to many people and will be missed tremendously.
I came to realize his kindness and compassion while I was a dietetic intern in 2007, but one of my fondest memories of Tony was after I didnâ€™t pass a pretty important test in 2008. Tony took time out of his day to sit down with me, let me express my frustration/disappointment, told me it was going to be okay and that I would pass it next time. He even topped it off with a hug of encouragement as he handed me a tissue to dry my tears.
We were truly fortunate to have such a man as a model in our lives. I know Tony loved the Lord and served Him faithfully so I rejoice knowing he is in Heaven, but it is also impossible to adequately express my sincere sympathy for your loss at this most difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May the love of those around you help you through the days ahead. Peace, prayers and blessings-Susie
I want to express my sincere condolences to Tony’s entire family. I counted Tony as a good friend here at The Christ Hospital. I got to know Tony over the psst 4 years and enjoyed our lunchtime conversations about our families and our non-work activities. I could tell Tony really loved his family. We will miss him and my prayers are with you all.
The Christ Hospital
Thinking of you all in prayer and love. Tony was truly an amazing man who touched my life in such a positive manner. I thank God for having Tony as my boss for 12 years, but more importantly for having him as a friend. May you all find comfort in your wonderful memories.
I met Tony when he first came to TCH- we were in some leadership development classes together- although we were only acquaintences here at work- I remember how friendly and kind he always was- a true sense of peace he carried with him- so sorry for your loss. Heidi Kidd RN
I’m sorry to about your love one Mr.fisher.He was a very nice person that complain never complain about anything. I work University Hospital with him for about 4-years. Mr. Fisher is going tobe deeply missed. I can’t between that have’t to him a very good man. I will keep the family in prayer.
Dear Fisher Family – I want to express my sincere condolences for your loss. I had the pleasure of knowing Tony when I was a dietetic intern at TCH in 2001-2002. Shortly after 9-11 my boyfriend (now husband) was deployed. I fondly remember numerous conversations I had with Tony regarding my husbandâ€™s deployment and he always gave me optimism. When my husband returned home from deployment, he met with Tony to thank him and presented him with a Military Police Challenge Coin. He was an extraordinary and will truly be missed. May fond memories and prayer help to consol you during this difficult time. Rob & Suzanne Smith
Please accept my condolences. I was a dietetic intern at TCH in 2001 and will forever remember Tony. His smile was contagious and his gentle nature was admirable. He helped me through a difficult time that year and I will always remember his willingess to listen and help. I know he loved his family so much and will be missed by so many. I will continue to pray for peace for your family.
Dear Barb, Kim and I have great memories of Tony at many of Holly and Bruce’s parties. He was a wonderful guy. Please accept our sincere condolences for this terrible loss for your family.
Kathy and Kim Smith
Barb and family,
No words can describe the shock and sadness I felt when I was given this unbelievable news. My heart breaks for you and your entire family. You will find strength with them and your faith will pull you through. Tony is an unforgettable man that has made a positive impression on my life as well as many others. I will truly miss him. May God bless you with fond memories and peace as you endure the days ahead.
With Love and Prayers,
I will always remember Tony for his inspiration, his smile, and his sincerity. I only knew him a short time… but it didn’t take long to see he was a wonderful man. My heart breaks for your entire family during this time and my prayers are with you all.
So sorry for your loss. I have been blessed with knowing Tony for many years at TCH. He was an awesome person.
Linda Turpin, Director Staff Development, TCH.
I met Tony on the Green Team. He was a very nice person to get to know. He was always friendly and had a smile on his face.
Mark, I am very saddened to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family at this difficult time.
With deepest sympathy,
I will always remember Tony singing, “Against the Wind” at the dietetic intern graduation on July 15th of 2010. He was by far one of my favorite preceptors during the internship. He will be dearly missed! My thoughts and prayers go out to the Fisher family.
I urged Dave to go to Men’s night at Burbanks back in 2009. He came home talking about you, and that you were in the Army in Germany the same time Dave was in the AF at Ramstein.
I will miss hearing your gentle voice at church, and miss getting you a bottle of water as soon as you sit down at small group.
Your children are amazing, proof they had a fabulous Mom and Dad.
You are missed, friend. I anxiously await the day I learn why God brought you home when he did.
I will always remember Tony’s kindness. (I was a dietetic intern at TCH in 2001.) He put the Lord first and encouraged me in my ministry. My thoughts go out to his family at this time of sudden loss.