Alfred-Fisher-Obituary

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Alfred Emmery Fisher

Flint, Michigan

May 10, 1951 – Nov 28, 2019 (Age 68)

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May 10, 1951
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November 28, 2019
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SWARTZ FUNERAL HOME - Flint Obituary

FISHER, Alfred Emmery – Of Fairview, Michigan, formerly of Swartz Creek, age 68, peacefully left this life with family by his side, Thursday, November 28, 2019 at Heartland Health Care Center – Fostrian.


Funeral service will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, December 3, 2019 at the Swartz Funeral Home, 1225 West Hill Road. Visitation 12 p.m. Tuesday until the time of the service at the funeral home.


Cremation will take place following the service per Alfred’s wishes. 


Those desiring to make contributions, may do so to Toys for Tots, in honor of his giving nature.


Alfred was born in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada on May 10, 1951, the son of the late Emmery and Mary (Jacques) Fisher. He retired as a welder from General Motors. Alfred was an avid motorcyclist and loved riding with his friends. He also enjoyed living half the year at his other home in Florida. Alfred will always be remembered for his sarcastic wit and his lust for life.


Surviving are daughter, Sarah Ann Maas; grandchildren, Alyssa and Madison;


siblings Sheila, Teresa, Roland and Kathy.


He was preceded in death by his parents and his son, Adam Fisher.


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

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may you rest in peace my good old friend I'll never forget all the bike riding beer drinking and just enjoying life. I meet Al in 2000 at my old friend Howard Wilson's we road all over northern mi in the day. I will miss you dearly!

Al & I grew up together in the old neighborhood, near the Pointe.we had a lot fun,a good soul.He came from a wonderful family.I hadn't seen 80s. Live to ride, Yamaha? Really? Lyne Cook

Unfortunately, I wish I would have gotten up with Alfred before he passed away. I met him when we lived in the same trailer park off Dort Hwy and Atherton Rd. in 1956. Our trailers were right next to each other and we were good childhood friends. He and his family moved to Grand Blanc a some years later and I would stay overnight at their house. I lost contact with him in the early 60's. Some 57 years later, I fondly remember him and his family, especially, his wonderful mother Mary. Reading...

Love you my dear brother never forget all the good times you and me Uncle Ray had the Three Musketeers I'm so sorry that I haven't been up there and I'm so sorry that I didn't know that you were sick you'll be great great part of my life to me you Ben a brother of mine over 40 years I'm very heartbroken and without words may you rest in heaven until we meet again my dear dear special brother a friend of a lifetime so greatly to have known you all these years and to have you as a part of my...

Al I am sorry I missed your going away party. We had a lot of good times my friend. You will be missed by many ride on brother

Love you buddy. You are one of a kind. I'll miss you.

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

RIP Sweet Man.....