OBITUARY

John Scott Fisher

December 15, 1972February 23, 2019
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John Scott Fisher, age 46, was born in Austin, TX. He was the oldest son of Jim Fisher and Judy Resweber. He was preceded in death by his Father, and is survived by his only daughter, Lyra Katherine, a large extended family, many friends and his beloved United States Marine Corp.

Scott, as he was known to friends and family, graduated from St. Thomas High School in Houston, and attended Texas A&M University in College Station. Following his studies at Texas A&M, Scott served in the United States Marine Corp, where he rose to the rank of Sergeant. Before being Honorably Discharged in 2004, Scott served as a Primary Marksmanship Instructor, received a Navy & Marine Corp Achievement Medal, Marine Corp Good Conduct Medal, a Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, a Rifle Expert Badge and a Pistol Expert Badge.

Scott was an avid outdoorsmen. He loved to hunt and fish, and also enjoyed his time as a member of the Trail Riders Cook Team. For many years you could find Scott and his teammates competing at the HLSR BBQ Cook Off, where recently they received recognition as a 2019 Brisket Finalist.

The family will greet friends at 2pm, Friday, March 1, 2019 at Earthman Bellaire Funeral Home, with a memorial service to begin at 3pm.

A Memorial Fund benefiting his daughter, Kate, will be established in the immediate future.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 1, 2019
  • Memorial Service Friday, March 1, 2019
REMEMBERING

John Scott Fisher

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Jerry & Maria Ward

February 28, 2019

As godparents of Scott, we are saddened by his passing at such an early age! Our thoughts and prayers go out to our dear friend, Judy, daughter Kate and brother Chris and family.

Carol Freed

February 28, 2019

I have no immediate memories of Scott, other than his beautiful Mom, Judy. As a mother myself, I can't imagine the pain and grief that Judy is coping with. Peace and prayers with you now and in the coming days. 🌹

Stephen Thompson

February 27, 2019

Scott,
Man it was a real pleasure to be able to cook side by side with you. I will never forget when you seen me Thursday morning after a very long and fun filled night Wednesday I disappeared and you said "Damn man you are batman". Well buddy who is Batman now?? Go rest high on that mountain and one day we will have "JUST ONE MORE"

Susie Sebesta

February 27, 2019

I just want to send my condolences to his family. I still can’t believe he is gone, I was at the cook off all weekend hanging out laughing and listening to him talk about his pride and joy...his baby girl. He is and will be missed very much πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

Dolores Patterson

February 27, 2019

I could always count on hug & laugh and sometimes sarcasm remark but that was Scott. He made me laugh! I know come Veterans Salute at D&D this year will definitely not be the same without my Marine holding that flag so for you my friend, this year I will carry it proudly for you. You taught me the meaning of Veterans Day and Memorial Day so now I will celebrate in you honor Memorial Day. Will miss you. Dolo

Jonathan Davis

February 27, 2019

Great to know you Scott! Prayers for all your family and friends. I’m glad we got to see each other the Thursday before you left this earth. Thank you for always supporting me personally and professionally, and thank you for your service to our great country! Until we meet again, God Bless!

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