Guest Book for John Fisher

Provided by Valley Funeral Home

Posted by: Lee Taylor
Wed July 03, 2019
I read the notice of your Dad's passing. I am saddened by this. I have nothing but fond memories of him rescuing us in trees and various other things.
I have contacted Ann and she will be in touch.

I am sorry for your loss.

Hugs Lee

Posted by: Jane Hegney
Wed July 03, 2019
Hi Jane,
Lee told Ann who told me of your Dad’s passing.  The DR telegraph still works.  
It sounds like the circumstances of the last few months were very difficult for you both.   I hope those memories pass and you remember the good stuff.  
I smile when I think about how he could talk to anyone, about anything, anytime.    Skilled in the conversational arts, was John!  
A unique man, who will be missed.  
Love to you and the rest of the family.

Posted by: Gordon Bell
Wed July 03, 2019
Jane and family,

Sorry to hear of your loss. Our deepest condolences.

Gordon, Carolyn, Katie and Jonathan

Posted by: geoffrey vale
Fri July 05, 2019
Sorry to read/hear of John's passing.My sympathy's and codolences to all of the Fisher's extended family.

Posted by: Mike Smith
Fri July 05, 2019

My sympathies on the loss of your Dad. It was always a pleasure to bump into him on a visit home and chat about life on La Salle.

Posted by: Sandy & Ian Towner
Tue July 09, 2019
Sincere condolences at the loss of your father and grandfather.  Such a friendly, outgoing fellow.  We knew Mavis and John well and he was always good for a cheery chat whenever you bumped into him, be it at the post office, library or anywhere else.

Posted by: Len Watkins
Mon July 15, 2019
Sincere condolences to all of John s family and friends. John and I worked together in late 50,s and early 60.s.He was an excellent designer/draftsmen. More importantly he was a good person and will be missed by all who knew him.

Posted by: Dr. Les Spear Ph.D.
Thu August 08, 2019
Today August 8 2019, while drinking my coffee in Las Vegas, Nevada, John Fisher's name popped into my head. I met John and Birney Turton at AECL Chalk River Nuclear Lab's. John and I worked together on various projects and his excellent professionalism and caring personality was always outstanding. His boss was Bernie Turton who at that time had a bad back and very painful shoulders, At various times John would massage Bernie's shoulders and always consoled him about the office and Birney's responsibility to the department. Johns face never left my memory as well as other Engineers that I worked with during the late sixties to leaving Deep River in 1982. When I looked for the obituary and his face and hair triggered all that I remember of him. John's demeanor and gentleness and above all a professional mannerism, that  seemed typical of English Bred Gentlemen. The Era knowing John will never be forgotten and also to mention others in the office that gave to an inspiring time with AECL.