Dean L. Fisher
1964 - 2021
Herman-Taylor Funeral Home - Wisconsin Rapids
2201 Chestnut Street
Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Dean L. Fisher

Wisconsin Rapids - Dean (Fish) Fisher, 56, passed away on May 12, 2021, in Wisconsin Rapids. To honor Dean's wishes, there will be no visitation or service.

Dean was born on October 15, 1964, to Ernest and Nancy (Pfeiffer) Fisher, in Janesville, Wisconsin.

Fish grew up in Janesville and graduated there from high school, then attended Sound Education training in Phoenix, Arizona, and moved to Wisconsin Rapids in 2001. He had a passion for music and loved all of his band families. He was also known for his big heart, smile, kindness, and love for animals.

Survivors include his father; 2 sisters: Lisa (Jon) Sonnenberg and Amy Fisher; grandfather: Walter Pfeiffer; nieces: Elizabeth and Nicole; nephew: Scott; and his aunts and uncles.

Dean was preceded in death by his mother; grandmother: Ruth Pfeiffer; grandfather and grandmother: Andrew and Elizabeth Fisher; cousin Heather Pfeiffer; and great aunts and uncles.

Memorials may be designated to Fish's two true loves which are music education and the Humane Society.

The family would like to thank the wonderful care Dean received at the Madison, Wisconsin Rapids and Marshfield Medical Centers.

Herman-Taylor Funeral Home is honored to be assisting the family.

Published by Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune from May 15 to May 17, 2021.
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Lisa and family,
When someone becomes a memory, those memories become treasures! Sorry for your loss!
Jay/Cindy Richardson
May 18, 2021
To Dean (Fish) ‘s family: I am so sorry for your loss. He was a great guy! He ran sound for the bands my grandson played in, and he was great at it! A true gentleman, and always saved me a seat next to him when he ran sound for “Blame It On Waylon” band. I love music and so did he. He was so talented and made these bands sound great! I will miss him so very much......
Judy Ehlert
May 16, 2021
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