Floyd, Fisher The Lord called Lee Fisher Floyd, 30, home on Thursday, December 13, 2012. Fisher was riding in a vintage Aero L-29 Delfin when it crashed tragically in Kaufman County. Fisher is survived by his loving wife, Lindsey Cheney Floyd and two precious boys, Ryder and Hudson. Fisher is also survived by his mother, Jill Savage Kimball and her husband Bill Kimball; father, Ric Floyd and his wife Ronda Floyd; brother, Hunter Floyd and his wife Tanya Floyd; parents-in-law, Gail and Bobby Cheney; sister and brother-in-law, Lisa and Wayne Moore; nephew, Holden Moore; and nieces, Gwyn and Gretchen Moore. He was a doting father, adoring husband, remarkable son, brother, uncle and friend. Fisher was a constant support for his family; finding the fun, happiness and joy in their daily life. Fisher attended Highland Park High School, class of 2001, then went on to earn his Economics BA with honors at University of California Santa Barbara. Lindsey and Fisher were married on the coast of the Pacific Ocean on February 16, 2008. Ryder Jackson Floyd was born September 29, 2010, and he and his father were inseparable from that glorious day. Happy little Hudson Hill Floyd joined the family less than a year later, on September 2, 2011. Fisher's life was centered around his family. He was happiest spending time with his wife and playing with his boys. He also enjoyed music, basketball, cars, developing mobile applications for his technology company and working with his father-in-law, Bobby Cheney. Fisher truly possessed a gift from God that made everyone love to be around him. Fisher will be missed greatly but will live in the hearts of all those he touched and be remembered for the constant love he gave. Fisher's memorial service will be held on Tuesday, December 18th, at 10AM at Highland Park Methodist Church. In lieu of gifts and because of Fisher's love for children, the family has requested donations to be made in Fisher's name to stjude.org Please visit www.sparkman-hillcrest.com for online condolences.
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Published in Dallas Morning News on Dec. 16, 2012