Barry Stephen Fisher
October 26, 1947 – November 4, 2018
A Man Who served His Family and His Country With Honor, Dignity and Commitment...
Barry Stephen Fisher, age 71, of Iron Station, North Carolina passed away on Sunday, November 4, 2018 at the Caromont Regional Medical Center in Gastonia, North Carolina. Barry was known as an easy going man and a peacemaker by his family. He just couldn't say No to his family, especially his children and grandchildren. Barry was a very loving man who loved his wife dearly, his children greatly and his grandchildren mostly. A NASCAR fan, Barry's favorite driver was Earnhardt, Sr. He also loved his Carolina Panthers and UNC Chapel Hill Tar Heels. Barry served Honorably in the United States Army during the Vietnam Era. He is a man who will be greatly missed by his family and friends.
Those left behind to carry on Barry’s memories and legacy are his wife of 43 years, Gloria Jones Fisher of the home; two daughters and sons in law: Lisa and Brad Blackwell of Fair Play, South Carolina, Carrie and Ricky Dale Jenkins of Lincolnton, North Carolina; five brothers and sisters in law: Tony and Frieda Fisher of Lincolnton, North Carolina, Randy and Pam Fisher of Lincolnton, North Carolina, Dick Fisher of Gastonia, North Carolina, Todd and Liz Fisher of Lincolnton, North Carolina; three grandchildren: Jessica Blackwell, Jayda Ann Gamber and Jordan Jenkins.
Barry was the son of the late Oscar Brown Fisher and Lois Snead Fisher. He was also preceded in death by his Aunt Ruth Snead and sister in law Nancy Fisher (wife of Dick Fisher).
A Life Well Celebrated Ceremony will be held at 2:00 PM, Thursday ~ November 8, 2018 at Hill's Chapel United Methodist Church with Pastor Sean Turner to deliver words of comfort and hope to Barry’s family and friends. Active pallbearer’s are Tony Fisher, Randy Fisher, Dick Fisher, Todd Fisher, Brad Blackwell and Ricky Dale Jenkins. Graveside and committal service with Military Honors Accorded by the United States Army and Gaston Honor Guard will follow in the Hill's Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery.
The family will receive guests from 12:00 PM ~ 2:00 PM prior to the service.
Expressions of love and fond memories may be made on Barry’s guestbook at www.carothersfuneralhomestanley.com
Carothers Funeral Home of Stanley is honored to be serving the family of Barry Fisher.
- Gloria Diane Jones Fisher, Wife
- Lisa Blackwell, Daughter
- Brad Blackwell, Son-in-law
- Jessica Blackwell, Granddaughter
- Carrie Jenkins, Daughter
- Ricky Dale Jenkins, Son-in-law
- Jayda Ann Gamber, Granddaughter
- Jordan Jenkins, Grandson
- Tony Fisher, Brother
- Frieda Fisher, Sister-in-law
- Randy Fisher, Brother
- Pam Fisher, Sister-in-law
- Dick Fisher, Brother
- Nancy Fisher, Sister in law Deceased
- Todd Fisher, Brother
- Liz Fisher, Sister-in-law
- Oscar Brown Fisher, Father Deceased
- Lois Snead Fisher, Mother Deceased
- Ruth Snead, Aunt Deceased
- Tony Fisher
- Randy Fisher
- Dick Fisher
- Todd Fisher
- Brad Blackwell
- Ricky Dale Jenkins
- Receiving of Guests Thursday, November 8, 2018
- Life Well Celebrated Ceremony Thursday, November 8, 2018
- Graveside and Committal Service with Military Honors Accorded by the United States Army and Gaston County Honor Guard Thursday, November 8, 2018
Barry Stephen Fisher
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November 8, 2018
Hello Fisher Family,
I am sorry to see news of Barry's passing, I have many memories that make me smile and laugh and those are the things to think about. Diane, I wish I could have kept in touch better. But here is thanking you and Barry for wonderful years and memories at Chateau Village. I enjoyed talking with Barry out in the front of the apartments and keeping you guys up on Sat. night. Barry was a friend to me and will not be forgotten.
Take care all.
November 7, 2018
Dear Fisher Family,
We are the wife and daughters of the late Barron Goodson, Barry's cousin. You recall that Barron's late mother Mary Fisher Goodson and Oscar are siblings. We are privileged to remain a part of the Fisher family with which we have enjoyed many family reunions at the old homeplace along with Barron. Though we cannot be with you in person tomorrow to share our condolences and the celebration of a life well-lived, due to family obligations, time, and distance, we will be with you in thought and prayer. There is a permanent hole in our hearts and homes though we "grieve not as those who have no hope."
Sharon, Summer, and Sunni Goodson
Rockwell, NC, Phoenixville, Pa., and Dublin, Ireland, respectively