Charles T. (Chuck) Fisher
March 17, 1947 - March 27, 2018
A Celebration of his life will be held later in the springtime.
Chuck Fisher died at age 71 on March 27, 2018 after a long, well fought battle with his health. A generous, kind, albeit stubborn man; he lived a long and full life by surrounding himself with the people who loved him most. He looked forward to taking his motorcycle on joyrides with his son, and drinking Bacardi and Cokes at his favorite bar. Chuck enjoyed spending his time playing pool, earning himself numerous trophies for his well-honed skills.
He was born on Saint Patrick’s Day in 1947, and he is survived by one sibling, John Fisher, with whom he spent his childhood and truly grew to appreciate in his later years. Chuck married Donna Spina (now deceased) and loved and nurtured her two children, Frank Logler and Tracy Martin like they were his own. With Chuck’s 2nd marriage to Darla Fisher, he once again opened his heart and home to her daughter, Kellie Raymond Valodzin. Chuck possessed a special place in his heart for Darla, and he was brought into a lifelong friendship with Jo and Lee Raymond, enhancing his circle of loved ones.
Anybody who visited Chuck’s house instantly knew how proud he was of his family by taking in the pictures, snapped by him, that covered every inch of the wall in his living room. He was exceptionally proud of his grandchildren; Krystal and Ashley Martin; Colby Logler, and Kyron and Liana Valodzin. Further, he adored his great grandchildren; Dean and Viola Lavigne. Being a grandfather, and especially a great grandfather, brought him great joy. He spoiled them with any chance he got.
One of Chuck’s greatest gifts was the ability to accept people into his life and to love them as family. He took that life skill and instilled into the people around him. He was, and always will be, the piece of the puzzle that holds his peculiar (but beautiful) family together, and for that he will be sorely missed. His family plans to hold a “Celebration of Life” in his honor come springtime when the snow has melted and they can enjoy a motorcycle ride, drink a Bacardi and Coke over a game of pool in his memory.
The Autumn Green Funeral Home is respectfully handling arrangements.