Anthony Joseph Fischer

Anthony Joseph Fischer

June 24, 1959 - July 3, 2014

Anthony Joseph Fischer

June 24, 1959 - July 3, 2014

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Anthony Joseph Fischer, age 55, of Mt. Juliet, passed away on July 3, 2014, at Summit Medcal Center in Hermitage, TN, following a sudden illness. Anthony was born June 24, 1959 in Detroit, MI, the son of the late Joseph Anthony Fischer and Karen Birchman Fischer. He was employed as a machinist in steel manufacturing. Anthony loved the guitar, drums and everything rock and roll. Survivors include his children, Brandy Fischer, Justin Fischer, Ashley Fischer and Anthony Fisher II, all of Warren, MI; one grandson, Giovanni Ferlito of Warren, MI along with several brothers and sisters. The family will celebrate Anthony’s life at a later date.

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5 responses to Anthony Joseph Fischer

  1. Dad, Although the circumstances that brought us kids together were definitely not ideal, I hope you know we did our best to celebrate your life in the same way we knew you would of wanted us to by doing things we knew you loved. You are missed every day!

  2. Dad I just want u to know that u r ssoooooo very missed. I wish I could hug u one more time. Or pick up the phone & tell u something silly that Giovanni did. He sure did LOVE his PeePaw! I love u & I hope I’m doing everything u would want or expect out of me. Till we meet again Dad, on the stairway to Heaven.

  3. Marjorie says:

    So sorry for your loss. Wishing you strength for today and hope for tomorrow.

  4. Melissa Kent says:

    Ashley I am so sorry for your families loss. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.

  5. Tom Udvare says:

    Eventhough we didn’t keep in touch, I am geatly saddened by the passing of Tony. He stood up in my wedding. I will never forget the time we skipped school and went out hitting garbage cans with his old beat-up little car. I forget the model of car, but I remember Tony at the wheel, shifting gears(it was a manual) and laughing while we went down the street hitting the empty cans. The exhaust pipe was bad and his car use to fill-up with exhaust fumes when idling.

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