First United Methodist Church
707 Sassafras St
Erie, PA 16501
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On July 26, 2018, David Jay Fish passed away at his residence in Florida.

With a driving force David lived his life with a spark of brilliance. A thrill seeker with a fondness for motor sports, he enjoyed spending time off-road on dirt bikes, jet skis, and everything in between. He took pride in his work as a machinist. He was a talented drummer and guitarist and music was one of his greatest passions. A genuine soul with a unique sense of humor, David was the ultimate prankster, as well as a gentle and kind person. He was truly one of a kind.

David had a way to make everyone around him feel special. He always put his friends and family first. In his final resting place, he will be hanging out again with his niece and nephew Amber and James Smith as well as both sets of grandparents and several aunts and uncles.

David leaves behind a son, Cameron Fish, who he was extremely proud of. If he were writing this, he would thank his parents, Merritt and Barbara (Noyer) Fish for everything and apologize for all the gray hair that he gave them. Over the years, he shared countless adventures with his sisters, Janice (Joe) Fox, Sherry Fish, Lisa Foes, and Denise (Todd) LaPierre, brother, Douglas Fish, and all of his cousins, nieces, and nephews.

Women seemed to gravitate to David's charming personality. He was married twice. First to Amy Morrow, the mother of his son, and secondly to Cheryl Shields. David moved to Florida two years ago to enjoy life as a bachelor.

A service to celebrate his life will be held at First United Methodist Church of Erie, on Sassafras St., at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, August 18th. Calling hours will be from 10:00-11:00, and a luncheon in the church will follow the service.

Sign the Guestbook at www.GoErie.com/obits.
Published in the Erie Times-News on Aug. 12, 2018
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