OBITUARY

Jeremy Rene Fisk

June 15, 1976October 17, 2019

With our deepest heartfelt sorrow we announce the passing of our beloved, Jeremy Rene Fisk, age 43, on Thursday, October 17, 2019.

He was the most incredible son, brother, grandson, family member, and friend. Jeremy was born on June 15, 1976 in Oxnard, California. He moved at age 14 to Austin Texas. He graduated from McNeil High School class of 1994 and attended college in Austin. He was locally employed by Allergan Company as a Business Development Specialist.

Jeremy was an adventurous soul throughout his life. His passion for skateboarding began at age 4 when he acquired his Aunt Patrice's skateboard. His first skating injury was a broken clavicle at age 5. He suffered a few more breaks and sprains but it never calmed his skateboarding spirit. At his peak he was an X-Games sponsored competitor. He made it a priority to skate or be involved in a skating activity on a daily basis. He also enjoyed mentoring young skaters and was an avid collector of skateboard merchandise and memorabilia. Another favorite activity that Jeremy enjoyed on a regular basis was riding his OM Flyer bicycle. He loved spending time customizing and accessorizing it.

Jeremy's all time favorite personal time was spent with his dogs, Zephyr and Skoshi. He loved pampering them, taking them on runs and walks at Walnut Creek and to the dog park for socializing. He loved all animals and was a dad to many throughout his life.

Jeremy's quiet time included working on his artwork, drawing, sketching, and collecting eclectic type art work. He liked listening to music of all genres, reading autobiographies, and watching documentaries. He loved watching and attending LA Lakers and Dodger games and collecting their memorabilia.

Jeremy will forever be remembered by his family, work family, and many friends for his quick wit, infectious grin, and for his ability to find humor in some of the most random things. His compassionate spirit and inner drive to help others achieve their life and work goals was a very natural part of Jeremy's personality.

Jeremy will be missed every moment of each day by his mother, Linda Dolan; father, Louis Fisk; sister, Jerilyn Olson, (Brian Quinlan); nephew, Watson Quinlan; grandmother, Elva McClure; and by his aunts, uncles, cousins, and many great friends.

We know Jeremy is now with his great grandmother Delfina, grandparents Dolan, his beloved and favorite Uncle Bobby and cousin Kirk. Jeremy is as loved in Heaven as he was here on earth.

We would like to thank the St David's ICU doctors and nurses who assisted in Jeremy's care. A special thank you to nurse Marlli who coordinated the most sincere and loving task of getting Jeremy's dogs allowed into his hospital room to spend the last hours of his life with them.

We would also like to thank Lyle and Conner, Jeremy's skating brothers for coordinating a raffle during an event held at Brushy Creek Skate park. Proceeds from raffle were used to purchase a memorial bench for the skate park in Jeremy's honor.

Memorial contributions in Jeremy's honor to American Society for Prevention of Animal Cruelty and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society are appreciated.

Bible verse, Hebrews 11:1, "Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see."

Quote, "All that we know about those we have loved and lost is that they would wish us to remember them with a more intensified realization of their reality. What is essential does not die but clarifies. The highest tribute to the dead is not grief but gratitude." Thornton Wilder

We LOVE and MISS you so much Jeremy.

  • DONATIONS

  • American Society for Prevention of Animal Cruelty
  • The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, November 16, 2019
  • Service of Remembrance Saturday, November 16, 2019

Memories

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Barbara Vera

November 17, 2019

May God be with you and your family at this sad time, I am so sorry losing family is always hard but losing a child it is devastating, my heart goes out to you my friend you and your family will be in my prayers to ease the pain!!! May God bless you and your family in Jesus name amen love you!!!

Jerilyn Olson

November 16, 2019

Jeremy will always be the greatest brother ever! Being 10 years older than me, I would tell everyone, he was also a father figure. Our mother had the best sidekick in Jeremy. When we lived in California, he would skate to the skate parks with me in a stroller. I was too young to remember those days. It demonstrated his passion for skateboarding and dedication of taking care of me. It probably helped with picking up the ladies too haha. Jeremy taught me what it truly meant to listen to others. He was playing baseball and was up to bat. He told me to move back. When he turned around I moved forward, like a little brat. I got knocked out by his back swing! All because I didn't listen to him. I definitely learned my lesson! He let me drive his standard Ford Ranger, at the age of 13, in the local high school parking lot. Such fun memories out of many others we share together. My brother gave the best advice, even if it wasn't what I wanted to hear. He kept it real by telling me a few times to get my shit together and quit stressing mom out. I could always count on him to help me in any situation or just to come hang out and talk. I wish my son, Watson, had the opportunity to skate more with his Uncle Jeremy. I know he'll be watching over him and all of us. Thank you everyone for celebrating the amazing life of Jeremy Rene Fisk AKA best brother ever. We love him always and forever.

Lyle Paulsen

November 16, 2019

Growing up as children, we always knew it was going to be a great time if we where together somewhere. It was time to plot how to get our parents to allow us to stay the night together. Your house or mine... it didn't matter, any place was good. Skating around your house or the park, you teaching me the karate moves you learned, and all the video games your mom would rent for us. I can't believe as adults we are not going to be able to reflect, laugh, and carry on where we left off. Today we celebrate you Primo! Guide me to a better me and shine bright above us all who hold you so close to our hearts. I will forever miss you Jeremy, until we meet again.... I LOVE YOU!

Samantha Rich

November 16, 2019

I was lucky enough to meet Jeremy many years ago and have a very close relationship with him throughout that time. The memories are endless and something I love to recall with happiness and laughter. From drinking daiquiris in the French Quarter to making tamales with his wonderful, precious family at the holidays. One of the only condolences is knowing how many other people cared for him just as deeply in their own individual ways. The utmost love and positivity to Jeremy's family, the lovely people who helped shape him into the man he was. I'll love you and treasure forever, Jeremy.

Shawn Collie

November 15, 2019

I remember the very first day I met you and how we became friends immediately. We were skating the hip at Brushy Creek, didn't know each others names yet but still pushing the other to get their trick. Then you introduced yourself and offered me a Dos Equis and we stood in the parking lot for hours talking.
Even when you were frustrated with skating, you never stopped laughing and smiling. We are all going to miss your light and energy.
I love you and miss you, Jeremy.

Nicole Sullivan

November 14, 2019

Jeremy was one of the first people I met at Allergan. It was my first on-site interview for an Inside Sales position in Summer of 2016 and Jeremy was an Inside Sales Manager overseeing the West Area. I remember leaving the interview even more excited about the opportunity to work for Allergan because of Jeremy's warmth, passion for his people and the Allergan products. During my first week at Allergan, he took myself and 2 other new hires to lunch to prepare us for what to expect during the National Sales Meeting in Palm Springs. This meeting took place during my 6th day at Allergan and I was very nervous and overwhelmed. Because Jeremy took the time to review what that week would look like for someone external to the organization, it helped me to be better prepared to meet hundreds of people I would be working with in the future. It is because of his thoughtfulness and leadership that I now chip out time with my team every year to cover "what to expect" at our National Sales Meetings taking after Jeremy's lead. :]

Over the 3 years I have known Jeremy- I have so many memories of sitting in on ad-board calls together, spending time at our National Sales Meetings together, or just being around the office together. Jeremy was always one of my favorite people to run into in the office because of his sweet smile, kind spirit, and genuine interest in other people. I am so, so sorry for your loss and I wish you peace and healing during this very difficult time.

Michael Salas

November 14, 2019

You were and always will be a brother to me. Jeremy took me under his wing when I moved to Austin in 99. He showed me a whole new life and happiness that I always pushed away. The parties, the laughter, the hugs,the crying, the skating and the love. I will never forget any of it.

I love you man. You will always be with me in my heart.

Condolences to everyone that loved Jeremy. We all lost a very important part of life.

Suzette (Palato) Vasquez

November 10, 2019

I was known as "Tia" from Jeremy and his cusion Jancee but really I was the babysitter. I was very close to Jeremy and he had my heart. He kept in touch with me and shared his love stories of his love for animals. I am proud to of known Jeremy and honored to be called his Tia. Jeremy you will be forever missed. I hope one day to meet again in heaven. I love you, Tia Suzette.

Keagen Crawford

November 9, 2019

Jeremy and I spent many days together. A friend, a mentor, and family member. I considered him all of the above. Although I wasn’t his son he treated me like it when I had no one there for me. He raised my spirits anytime I was down. Jeremy would skate with me when no one else would. We many times had talks about life and whatever was going on. Jeremy was someone I could count on and someone I was proud to call a friend of mine. It deeply saddens me that I have to wait for the next life to see him again. I’ll miss you my friend but I will not forget you.

Delores Ochoa

November 9, 2019

I love you Jeremy. You will be greatly missed. But we know you live on. One day we will be with you and all the family and friends that have gone up to be with Messiah Yeshua. My memories of you nephew are when you were very young. Loved your laugh and that beautiful smile. You are so blessed. Much love and prayers to you Sister and Jerilyn. My heart hurts for you both. Praying for you a Peace that can only come from GOD. Bless you both in Messiah Yeshua, Amen.

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