Valhalla Funeral Home & Valhalla Memory Gardens

698 Winchester Rd Ne, Huntsville, AL


Hans Jürgen Fischer

March 13, 1958August 18, 2019

Hans J. Fischer, age 61, passed away on Aug. 18, 2019. He was born in Giessen, Germany on March 13, 1958.

Hans was the only boy in a family of five children. He grew up as a military brat with his sisters and lived in Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Germany. He graduated from Zweibruecken American High School in 1976 and joined the U.S. Army in 1979. While on active duty, he was stationed in Hawaii, South Korea and Washington State. He received an Honorable Discharge and moved back home to Huntsville, Alabama. He enjoyed playing basketball when he was younger and attending concerts. He also liked to go fishing. He enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his nieces and nephews, after he got out of the Army.

Hans was preceded in death by his mother, Sieglinde Perry.

Surviving family members are his father, James Perry (Anita) of Homosassa, Florida; sisters, Anita Ashworth of Hazel Green, Alabama, Connie Jones (Al) of Brierfield, Alabama, Brenda Nalls (Rick) of Huntsville and Linda Perry (Captain Tom Kershner) of Madison, Wisconsin; and 15 nieces and nephews.

The Memorial Service will be private. Interment will be at Valhalla Memory Gardens.


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John Nobles

August 30, 2019

I have very fond memories with Hans I have looked and ask many people over the years and sadly this is not how I wanted to find out. We ran the streets (a lot) and certainly he was a large part of my adolescence years , we sure laughed a lot played basketball and bagged a lot of groceries. I also remember walking home late from downtown many nights, I’m sorry we lost touch . You will be missed my friend. Praying for his family , Godspeed my brother.

Sylvia Quinn

August 26, 2019

We had so much fun you teaching me how to play basketball and you made me one the best players on my team, I was very grateful for that! All because of you!
You were one of the best Basket players I have ever known!!!

I am so sorry you are gone, God bless your Soul, I wish we could have met up one more time for old times sake. Life shows us again how fast it can be over, like the blink of an eye.

You will be missed so much and I will always remember you my friend!
You always made me smile... :-)

Rest in peace.

Love , Sylvia

Brittany Conard Tielking

August 25, 2019

I will Never forget how much he enjoyed playing chess with Ronnie, how he loved Klondike bars, fishing by the bridge, & taking walks with Uncle Hans and Ronnie at Omas in the house we All had our most special memories in!! He didn’t like anyone in his room but he sure loved Ronnie being in there with the exception of me one time!! I’m glad that I have such wonderful stories and memories to share with my family about my Uncle Hans & that they have many things to share as well so that we can keep him alive through those wonderful moments!!