Steven William Fischer

June 1, 1993June 7, 2021

Steven William Fischer, age 28, of Longmont, Colorado passed away on Monday, June 7, 2021. Steven was born June 1, 1993 to William Fischer and Tammy Willis, who raised their son in Longmont.

Steven attended Desiderata School, following his graduation he worked at Sun Mountain Doors in Berthoud, Colorado where he was able to apply his talents effectively. He enjoyed woodworking, gardening, hiking and camping whenever he had the opportunity. Steven also loved spending time with his beloved nieces Ellianna and Hazel and will be lovingly remembered as a fiercely loyal friend to many.

Steven is survived by his father, William “Bill” Fischer; mother, Tammy (Willis) Fischer; brother, Jonathan Patrick Fischer; sister, Kristen (Fischer) Weber; brother-in-law, Travis Weber; nieces, Ellianna Mae Weber and Hazel Adventure Weber; maternal grandparents, Frederick and Carole Willis; and paternal grandparent, Max George Fischer.

Cremation is entrusted to Ahlberg Funeral Chapel

Memorial contributions may be made in Steven’s name to St. Jude Children’s Hospital or The Round Pantry at Westview Presbyterian Church in Longmont.

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Mario Casias

June 14, 2021

I met Steven 9 years ago we were working at Jack in The box together he heard I was tattooing and with the fair warning telling him I've only been at it for a couple months he liked my art he put his trust in me and the first tattoo I did on him was a big one on his ribs it was his last name he almost fell asleep during the tattoo lol and ever since I've been his tattoo artist it was a therapy for him a release and I'm happy I was able to be a part of that. Till we meet again bro 🙏

Sean Dobbins

June 14, 2021

Steven and I meet a couple of years ago in Boulder and we had an instant friendship we would help each other out whenever one of us were down he was always someone I could count on for a good joke or a real honest answer nomatter how it feels I know you will be missed Steven you will always be one of the ones who had to go early because of all the real true good you have to offer Rest in peace 🕊️🕊️

Carole n Fred Willis

June 14, 2021

Steven we will always hold you in our hearts and remember the good times you spent at our home in Pennsylvania and Florida.
One more day. One more hug. One more text.
Love you always
Nan n Pap

Michael Jennings

June 11, 2021

I had the pleasure of having Steven work for us at Sun Mountain. Steven was a valued member of our team. Steven could be counted on to do anything asked of him and focused on learning and acquiring new skills so that he could make greater contributions for our customers.

I enjoyed talking to Steven and watching him progress in his craft. He will be sorely missed.