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In Memory

Bruce Fisher

Bruce Fisher

I don't have an obituary for Bruce. He lived with his parents in Topeka, Kansas and died in his sleep November 30, 2014. 


Condolences can be sent to his parents: Jack and Sarah Fisher, 3729 SW Woodglen St. Topeka KS 66610.

I am sure they would appreciate it.

 
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12/02/14 03:38 PM #1    

Michael Thomas

Bruce:

I am so sorry to hear of your passing. We had a great time in Choraliers and high school. You were a good friend. RIP my friend!!!!!! i just saw the picture of you and Becky. I have no words to express as the memories flood back to me!!!


12/02/14 04:02 PM #2    

Gwenn Miller (Rose)

I am so sad to hear of your passing, more so you passed on my birthday.  I always enjoy your beautiful voice Bruce.  May you being singing with our Lord Jesus Christ & his choir of angels Bruce.  Much love & prayers to your family dear.  Gwenn Miller Rose


12/03/14 05:45 PM #3    

Robin Reynolds (Hamlin)

Another angel in heaven to watch over everyone he has left behind.  Rest in peace!!


12/03/14 08:55 PM #4    

Diana Gartin (Greenwell)

Bruce was a spirited,intriguing guy. That twinkle in his eye and that sexy smile always kept you wondering what he was up to. I even let him cheat off me in Sociology class! And you that knew me,know that wasn't normal for me!  His voice was so beautiful! We'll always remember his solo in "Silent Night" at Vespers...like an angel. I am deeply grieved over his death.


12/04/14 02:47 PM #5    

Steve Williams

Just so sad.  I spent a lot of time with Bruce playing music (guitar) together at my parents house.

 

Steve Williams


12/04/14 03:23 PM #6    

Diana J. Hauver (Wharton)

It still feels as though we are too young to have to say farewell to our classmates.  I knew each of you (some closer) from afar and admired your abilities to make such beautiful music together.  I wish I had more time to remember each one as the special folk you really are at heart.  Your comments are special and do lift up so please do not hesitate to share.  I do have a great love for all of you and especially for the family of Bruce, which is all of us who longed for a voice but were blessed with hearing.  Thank you!


12/05/14 10:50 AM #7    

Mike Allen

Very sad indeed...a very handsome being in both his younger and older years...I remember Bruce with only his guitar and voice on stage for a school assembly singing Otis Readings "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay",  I have never forgotten his version and I am still amazed when I re-listen to it this morning in my mind...he sang and played it perfectly...and performed the whistling parts perfectly too...(which was a bold thing to do in front of a live audience)


12/06/14 06:05 PM #8    

Diana J. Hauver (Wharton)

Oh, seeing Bruce's high school picture really brings back the memories.  Yep, good look'n men!


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