Holden Ryan Fisher
1997 - 2020
Holden Ryan Fisher
June 20, 1997 - October 9, 2020
Fort Worth, Texas - Holden Ryan Fisher, 23, died Friday, Oct. 9, 2020.
Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Greenwood Funeral Home. Graveside: 11:30 a.m. Thursday at Greenwood Memorial Park.
Memorials: In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to The Tony Hawk Foundation-The Skatepark Project @ www.skatepark.org
Holden was a precious son, brother, grandson, and friend to many.
Holden had a true passion for skateboarding. He was his happiest spending time at a skate park or just practicing his tricks. He also loved basketball. Whether he was shooting hoops with his uncle, watching games with his friends, or finding a pickup game, those were always great times for him. Holden had many friends through the years, always providing much laughter with his sense of humor and charm. More than anything in Holden's life, his family meant the world to him. His time spent with his sisters, uncles, cousins and mother were the most precious to him. But his favorite time was spent just being with his Nanny and Pop. Holden's beautiful smile and sparkling eyes will remain in our hearts and he will be missed, forevermore.
Holden was preceded in death by his beloved stepfather, Brett Foster.
Survivors: Mother, Julie Foster; father, Paul Fisher; sisters, Avery Fisher, Scarlett Foster and Brooke Fisher; grandparents, Bill Sr., and Caroline Carson; uncles, Bill "Wylie" Carson and wife, Teresa and Uncle, John Huston; and many friends are left behind, but special mention of his best friend since age 11, Jaxson Jenkins.

Published by Star-Telegram on Oct. 13, 2020.
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I met Holden through Jaxson when we were in seventh grade. Jaxson was my best friend and I quickly became drawn to Holden through his infectious laugh and outlook on life. I have many memories of Jaxson and Holden skateboarding in the court of Donna and Randy’s house. As we grew older, we didn’t see each other as much, but it was wonderful to see Holden become a man through the years. Furthermore, he was the same little boy I remember when we were young. His laugh and bear like hugs will be forever missed. Seldom are there people in the world who understand where you have come from, and appreciate the person you have become. My condolences to Julie and his beloved little sister, Scarlett.
Kacee French
October 13, 2020
Holden Fisher, I’m going to miss you more than you know. I’m glad I met you in Cali when you were being the best person you could be. I was so proud to see you growing up, being responsible, working full time, and still skating. That’s what I will remember you for. Love you my friend.
October 13, 2020
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