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Edward Coleman Fisher Estate

March 20, 1950October 5, 2021
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Services will be held at Olinger Crown Hill Mortuary on October 15, 2021 at 10:00 am. A procession will follow to Olinger Crown Hill Cemetery where Ed will be laid to rest.

Edward (Ned) Coleman Fisher of Littleton passed away peacefully with his four beloved children by his side on Tuesday, October 5th 2021 after complications with his long fight against MDS.

Born in Buffalo, NY on March 20 1950, he was the son of the late William Allan Fisher and Frances Coleman Bonisteel. Ed graduated from Alma College MI, then spent his career working in Finance and retired from MKS Instruments in 2019.

Ed was a selfless man who always put the needs of his family first and enjoyed watching his children go through life. He was a devoted “Poppy” to his six grandchildren. He was a husband who loved and adored his wife, Cyndi of 44 years who supported him through many relocations. A brother who loved and looked up to his three older brothers and a son who strived to make his parents proud. His life has made this world a better place for everyone who knew him.

Ed is survived by his four adored children, Jennifer Lee Clark and her husband Robert Parrish Clark (their children Morgan Elise and Caleb Parrish), Jarrett Allan Fisher and his wife Mai Abed (their children Hazem Edward and Mariam Lee), Justin Andrew Fisher, Jessica Lynne Fisher her significant other Justin Ross Benson (her children Kaylan Marie Gorman and Lylah Luna Benson) all of Littleton and brother Billy Fisher of Succasunna, New Jersey. Ed was predeceased by his loving wife Cyndi and his brothers Jack and Jimmy Fisher.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the MDS Foundation (mds-foundation.org).

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William Fisher

October 14, 2021

I can’t say much good about Colorada.

The first time I was here was for Ned’s fiftieth birthday party, also attended by James. At his celebratory party, a co-worker of Ned’s kept pushing Coors Beer on me.

The day after the party, Ned, James, and I drove to Pike’s Peak. We couldn’t get to the top due to inclement weather (despite our pleas to the park stranger), I came up with the idiotic idea of going to Cripple Creek and down Molly’s Mine. Ned demurred and drove with James grousing all the way. It made perfect sense to me – the symmetry of going to the highest and lowest places in Colorada. So . . . we drove to Cripple Creek, found out the mine was closed, the Chamber of Commerce grossly over charged, and the only thing left in town was one street full of slot machines.

The next time I went to Colorada was to attend Cyndi’s funeral.

Now I can’t say I never got nothin’ good out of Colorada since my wife is a New Jersey transplant from Colorado Springs.

Colorada did take good care of my brother, sister-in-law, their children, and their grandchildren for many years and I did enjoy the communication with my brother albeit long distance.

And just maybe W.C. Fields was right.

William Bonisteel Fisher, aka Billy, Ned’s brother

Jacque Stocker

October 13, 2021

Ed was the best boss ever! He was a great person and very caring. I loved working for him, he always had my back and was always there to listen. I will always remember his humor and what I call his "Fisherisms" - "There is a light at the end of the tunnel and it's not an oncoming train." Also, the infamous "Are you done yet?" on the the first day of month end closing. I will miss texting him every year on his birthday. My deepest condolences and prayers to his family. Gone but never forgotten and always in our hearts. Godspeed Ed!

Traci Sena

October 11, 2021

Ed was the best boss I've ever had. I had the pleasure of working with him for 6 years at MKS/HPS. What a patient, kind and fun man. My deepest sympathy to his family.

Rhonda Padilla

October 11, 2021

My heart was heavy when I received word that Ed is no longer with us. He was the best boss I EVER had at MKS/HPS. He taught me so much and I adored his sense of humor, his integrity, his compassion for others and his ways of calming the storms in people. He wasn't just a Boss he was a friend and I am so thankful I got to know him and work for such a brilliant guy. He truly loved his whole family. My heart goes out to you all and I'm glad his legacy of who he was will live in parts of all of you. He will be missed. In loving sympathy.

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