John Fischer

12 décembre 195019 septembre 2021

John Fischer, age 70, of Palm Beach Garde, Florida passed away on Sunday, September 19, 2021. John was born December 12, 1950 in Miami.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.HoffmeisterSouthCounty.com for the Fischer family.


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John Fischer


Mahogany Campbell

29 septembre , 2021

One of my first memories of John… I was a new regulator engineer and someone told me to ask him about regulators. LOL. It started off there and over a hour later he was going on about particle physics - white board and all. 🤣 I also remember talking to him about Margie. How much he loved her and enjoyed caring for her since she worked so hard. He told me make sure I find a guy who will care for me the same way - and I have. John was a loving, gentle man with an amazing mind and he will be missed. Rest well my friend.

Theresa Sweezer

27 septembre , 2021

John was a kind and devoted man, especially to Margie. Being they lived in Florida, I didn’t get to see him often, but when I did, his visits were alwAys a pleasure. He will truly be missed. Rest In Peace. Love, Theresa and Greg Sweezer

Angela Sweeting

24 septembre , 2021

Our most prominent memory of John was his unwavering love and devotion to Margie. He was her biggest fan and support of her endeavors. We fondly called him our buddy.

John will truly be missed by many.

Angela and Phillip Sweeting


23 septembre , 2021

I've known John for 45 years. He was my trainer when I started at FPL. Our lives have intertwined many times during this time. I watched him go from an engineering student with an AMC Gremlin car to a brilliant engineer in my opinion.
John had joined us once to go skydiving in Indiantown. We all had radios in our ears to listen to the instructor on the ground. John was the first one out of the plane as he was the new guy. All I could hear on the radio was, "John, you have a malfunction, cut away your main chute and open your reserve chute." John had a "Mae West" in his chute (a figure eight), he did not cut away his main chute but kept working at it until it finally opened correctly. John landed safely and never went back.
We were once lucky enough to share the catch and release of a Marlin while fishing in the Keys with Bob DeLizza. This was an event that I will always remember.
When we were on the breaker team together we went to Port Everglades Plant after a very large transmission breaker failed and caught fire to investigate what happened. We were inside the breaker in haz-mat suits with oil dripping all around us trying to find out why the breaker failed. John found that a Belleville washer had been installed backwards during the last maintenance and that had caused the failure. John then researched washers until he knew all about them. John was proud of his new found knowledge and wanted to share. From then on, every time we went to a factory to do a tour he would inspect the assembly line and ask the workers if they knew which side of a flat washer went outwards just to share the information.
I have always enjoyed his out of the box thinking and will miss our discussions going from the Cosmos to Quantum Mechanics to Reincarnation.
I am also glad that Margie came into his life and made him happy.
Thank You for being in his life. We will all miss him.

Kaylla Dixon

23 septembre , 2021

Thankful to know John and his beautiful wife. He had an amazing heart and love for his family and community. My deepest condolences to his wife, children, family and all who love him. Rest well John! You were a blessing.

Sending our love,

Kaylla Dixon, Destiny Moore, Mycah and Ava

Bettie Golden

23 septembre , 2021

John Fischer was my friend and neighbor. He was a man of few words, other than his expressions of love first for his wife Margie who he unquestionably Loved dearly, and second his love for engineering and all it entails. Johnny and I will miss the times we shared in the park watching holiday fireworks and concerts we all attended. Rest in Heaven John you are going to be missed.

Delores Oliver Calloway

23 septembre , 2021

My favorite memory of of John was of him doing ballroom dancing with Margie at their wedding. I was impressed that he learned to dance for this momentous occasion.

I will always remember what a supportive “Connecting Link” John was. He could always be found at area and national conferences as well as local Links events.

I will miss seeing his smile.

Michelle Ennis

23 septembre , 2021

John was an amazing, super smart and very kind individual with a calm spirit. I have fond memories of working with him during the PA Consulting award evaluation tours and at the awards ceremony in 2017 where he was bestowed with the outstanding personal achievement award. From the moment I first met John, he never missed an opportunity to express his love, admiration and gratitude for Margie. My heart goes out to Margie and their entire family.