David Lyon Fisher

September 19, 1951 - March 01, 2024

Visitation: Friday, March 8, 2024, 2-4 & 6-8 p.m.; Devlin Funeral Home, Inc., Ross Twp.

Service: Private

David Lyon Fisher, of Ross Township, passed away Friday March 1, 2024 at the age of 72. He is survived by his daughters Sarah, Julie, and Katherine; grandchildren Melody and Darien; siblings Linda, Gary, and Jeff; and many other relatives. He was the loving husband of the late Lynne Ducharme Fisher and son of the late Don and Geddy Fisher.

David will be remembered as a man whose quiet facade sometimes hid his steadfastness, loyalty, and wicked sense of humor. He was an incredible mechanic who could work on everything from motorcycles, which he went to school for, to the biggest diesel engines, which he worked on for most of his career. His family never had to worry about car repair or maintenance due to his love of cars and working on them. One of his proudest moments was when he came home from work to find one of his daughters fixing her own car.

When his daughters were young, he gladly endured countless hours of playing Pretty Pretty Princess or getting involved with whatever craft was being made. He was even a Girl Scout for a while. He adored his grandkids and moved mountains to make sure they were healthy and happy, just as he always made sure his family was taken care of during Lynne’s lengthy battles with cancer.  He always had a story about some joke or prank that happened at work and even more about the hijinks of his younger years.
He will be deeply missed.
Family will receive friends Friday 2-4 & 6-8 p.m. at Devlin Funeral Home, Inc., 806 Perry Hwy, North Hills. Service and Interment private

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  • Joy Geisler

    Sarah, Julie and Katherine, I was so sorry to read about the death of your dad. I know you will miss him terribly but I am sure you have wonderful memories . Please know that I am thinking of and praying for you.
    Your 1st grade teacher Ms. Geisler

  • Kelly Marshall

    Julie and family,

    I am so sorry for your loss. Julie, your dad was such a great guy. He was what I pictured a dad to be, and he always was so kind to me. I always loved talking to him. His stories would make you laugh! He never hesitated to help me out it he was taking you to the store etc. I truly feel blessed to know him and I also am forever grateful for him because he gave me one of my very best friends! Hugs, love and prayers.

  • Robert and Helen Kaiser

    To Dave’s family and friends, heartfelt sorrow for your loss of Dave. He worked with Bob for years.
    Praying that your memories are of only the happy times.

  • JoAnn L Hanson

    I had the privilege of being David’s cousin. I loved his wit and sense of humor. He was incrediblely smart and interesting! David’s love for his family… Wife, daughters, and grandkids was so strong and deep. He was a wonderful husband, father, and grandpa. He truly will be missed. My sincere sympathy to the whole family!

  • Deb Cohen

    I’ve known David since late 2018, & I always enjoyed his quiet & thoughtful ways. Over the years I heard countless stories of his family; I can absolutely attest to his deep & abiding love for his wife, his daughters & his grandchildren. I know he will be deeply missed. I am grateful that I had a chance to know David. I will miss him.

    Deb Cohen


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