Clarence "Ed" Fisher

August 9, 1940January 27, 2019

On January 27, 2019 Clarence "Ed" Fisher; devoted husband of the late Kathleen Mae Fisher (nee Wolf); dear father of Cheryl Bayne, and Kristina L. Cousins and her husband Brian; cherished grandfather of Joseph William Bayne, Jason Jeffrey Carr and his wife Brittany Nicole Carr, and Tabitha Michelle Bayne; great-grandfather of Finley Logan Carr. Ed is also survived by other loving family and friends.

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Clarence "Ed" Fisher

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Jason Carr

May 13, 2019

One of my favorite photos of Grandpop and I. I have no idea what I’m laughing at in this photo but obviously it was funny.

Not a day goes by where I don’t think of both of my grandparents and there are so many little things that come up in my day to day life where I am reminded of them.

It’s been a few months since Grandpop passed. I’m glad that he doesn’t have to deal with the pain he was in and is reunited with Grandmom. I miss them dearly.

Jason Carr

January 29, 2019

Rest In Peace to my beloved grandfather. I’m thankful for the time we got to spend with you while you were here. You are forever in our hearts. I’m so glad you got to meet your great grandson, Finley.

Chris Cook

January 28, 2019

As a kid growing up on Paine St, I spent much of my childhood hanging out at the Fisher/Carr household. Much of that time I was also terrified of Mr. Eddie. His quiet intensity took some time to get used to, but I grew to learn it was just the tough exterior of a man who deeply cared for and loved his family. He raised his grandson, my best friend Jason, like he was his own son and helped shape him into the great man he is today. When Jason and I got into our teenage years, the three of us bonded over the game of pool. Our trips to the Magic 8 Cue Club are some of my favorite memories from those days. It was there that we got to see the real Fast Eddie. Jason and I were a disgrace to the game, but aside from Fast Eddie’s looks of disapproval, I could tell that he was having just as much fun as we were. He was a man of few words, but it was always clear what was important to him. He loved his wife and family and made me feel like family too. I’m glad that he got to meet his great grandson and spend time with him throughout the last year. Fast Eddie, you were a great man and I am glad you are now at peace and reunited with your wife. Thank you for welcoming me into your home and family. I’m sorry for all of the banging on the ceiling in the basement where Jason and I ran our semi-professional wrestling organization. You will be greatly missed.