OBITUARY

Virgil Eugene Fischer Sr.

December 4, 1941April 9, 2019
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Virgil Eugene Fischer Sr., born December 4, 1941 in San Antonio Texas, passed away on April the 9th, 2019. He is preceded in death by his mother, Viola Fischer and his wife, Judy Fischer. He is survived his children: Timothy Fischer, Pauline Bolinger, Vernon Fischer, Virgil Fischer Jr., Patty DeLeon, Charles DeLeon, Margret Kasun, and Rosana Munoz. His fourteen grandchildren as well as his twenty-three great grandchildren, along with numerous other family members. Visitation will be held at Sunset Funeral Home on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 from 5 pm to 9 pm. Services will aslo be at Sunset Funeral Home on Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 11 am with interment to follow at Sunset Memorial Park.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, April 17, 2019
  • Prayer Service Wednesday, April 17, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, April 18, 2019
  • Committal Service Thursday, April 18, 2019
REMEMBERING

Virgil Eugene Fischer Sr.

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Ana Kehler

April 19, 2019

Mr. Fischer,
Even though I was just your friend and neighbor across the street you always treated myself and my grand daughter's like family. You were always keeping an eye on me and if you saw me looking under the hood of my vehicle you would send Timothy over to find out the problem and then you'd tell him to take my vehicle to your house so you could take a look and fix the problem. There were times you'd ask me to come over and rub your back and shoulders since Timothy always said that I had magic hands. I really don't know how true that is but I had no problem doing as you asked. I will miss you telling Timothy to tell me what kind of food you were craving and it was my pleasure to cook those meals for you. There are so many memories and I could go on forever mentioning them. I'm sorry that I wasn't there to say see you later because it's never goodbye but I'm hoping that you heard my prayers and my private conversation to you. Things just won't be the same anymore but know this I will watch over Timothy and will continue to make sure that he eats. You will forever be in my thoughts and prayers. And I will see you again. Thank you for everything that you did for me. Your kindness will live in my heart forever.

Pauline Bolinger

April 17, 2019

To My Dad my hero.
You areThe man I thought would never leave this world. who would live forever. Now you have gone to be in paradise. Just know dad that we will be fine.And that you have no more worries. You lived your life as a simple man and raised us kids.To be the same I'm going to miss you dearly and miss you saying" girl you know your going to spoil that boy.your grandson". Well dad my grandson the little man you called boy .looks out side and says go to grandpa's. And when he says that I'm at a loss for words. But know daddy he will remember you in his own little way. Also know he will remember you as we all will in all the good times..love you dad fly high and know I love you.And going to miss our morning talks..enjoy paradise. And may we one day meet again. P.s. give mom a big hug and kiss for me. Your legacy will always live on in my heart for the rest days of my life. l LOVE YOU DAD, FLY HIGH AND REST EASY SWEET MAN.

Patsy Fischer Morton

April 16, 2019

Virgil, although we didn't get to see much of each other as adults, I have always loved you and remembered all the fun we had playing as children over at the house on 1124 Rogers avenue. Though Sonny and I were about 5 years older than you, we always had good times together. Then we moved to Simmons and things changed. Visits were farther apart. Then we all grew up , married, had our children and saw less of each other. Then, we'd have a hard time getting together for a fun time, but once in a while it could, and did happen. Family reunions, and you were at our Dad's last party at his house in 1988. You and Judy both. Have a good picture of both. Then, we'd go funerals to say good- bye to our loved ones and visit some then. A lot of good memories. I won't get to go to your funeral to tell you " bye" but I know, that you know, I love you, I'll miss knowing you were still with us on earth. I will miss you here, but Heaven is a Beautiful Home and I know you will be Happy there. I love you, cousin. Rest happily in the Arms of Jesus.
Patsy Fischer Morton.

Makayla Fischer

April 14, 2019

My sweet Grandpa, it says here that we are supposed to share our memories, but when it comes to ours, there are too many to count. From dancing in the kitchen every morning listening to KKYX while making breakfast. Or me throwing on one of your white tee shirts so i could join you working on cars in the backyard. One of the very first memories that pop into my head when i think of ours is when every day you would pick me up from school, you would have 4 crackers with peanut butter waiting on the passanger seat for me, and every friday going to either dairy queen or sonic for ice cream. You were my hero, i saw you as the man that could face anything. You had always promised me you would live until you're 200, and even though 77 is far off from 200; im still missing you like crazy. I am lost, scared, confused and empty without you, but i trust you are now my guardian angel alongside grandma, guiding me in the right direction. i love you.

Always and Forever,
Your booger butt, Makayla

Charles Deleon IV

April 13, 2019

Grandpa, we have so many great memories together that I want to share them all. My greatest memory of you is all the times that I would stop by after work to see how you were doing. We would talk about my job , you would ask about my wife Roxanne . That time with you was amazing and the best part about this time is that every time you would see RoxAnne you would tell her that I would stop by . The look on your face was priceless and I will cherish that look forever . I miss you so much , I am lost without you here but I know you are turning wrenches in the kingdom of heaven and having a jolly good time ! I love you and until we meet again Rip sir!!!!

Timothy Fischer

April 13, 2019

Dad, I have so many memories with you. I wouldn’t even know where to start. So I just hold those near and in my heart for the rest days of my life. But I will say this, you were and still are the best father I could have ever asked for. You are kind, caring, loving, taught me countless life lessons. You never complained daddy. Always have a good attitude about things. I love and miss you more than words can explain. One of many lessons you taught me I will Carry with me from here on out. Is that you have to make the best of a bad situation. And it’s always going to be something coming up son!! Dad it’s not the same any more, it’s just not. I don’t know how I’m supposed to continue without you. But I’ll manage. There are no words that will justify just how empty, lonely, incomplete I feel now your gone. I think of you every passing second. Enjoy heaven and paradise daddy this is your time to relax!! Tell momma hello for me. and hope you see y’all again soon!! So dad since I don’t like goodbyes. I’ll see you later dad with the most love. Rest easy and fly high daddy!!! May you Rest In Peace and the perpetual life always shine upon you!!!

Judith Deleon

April 13, 2019

My grandpa, I have sooo many memories, but my favorite was recent. I was coming home from Austin TX from medic bootcamp and I couldn't wait to go to your house and show you how I looked in my uniform. I pulled up walked in and when u saw me your eyes were big as could be. You were so proud. I will miss you beyond what words can even define. I love u old man. Until we meet again.

Charles Deleon

April 13, 2019

I'm going to miss all the times working in the garage and you coming out and sitting with me and all our conversations.
It will never be the same I will miss you deeply.

Patty Deleon

April 13, 2019

I remember when I was 16 you took me to get my drives permit at the DMV on Babcock and it took forever and When I came out and told you I passed you didn't say anything we got in the truck and you took me to Wendy's and we got frosties
And you say good job. That was the best day ever. I love you dad and will miss you more than words could ever say.

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