Keith Glenn Fisher Obituary, Death Cause -

Keith Glenn Fisher Obituary, Keith Glenn Fisher Has Passed Away

Keith Glenn Fisher Obituary, Death Cause – It is with heavy hearts that we announce the peaceful passing of Keith Glenn Fisher on May 25, 2023. He lived a long and fulfilling life, leaving behind cherished memories for all who knew him. Born on July 26, 1935, in Grand Saline, Texas, Keith was the son of Jim and Mary Fisher. He was a lifelong resident of Van Zandt County and grew up alongside his seven siblings: Audrey Fisher Ewalt, Arlene Fisher Koonce, Glenda Fisher Thompson, Jimmy Fisher, Ralph Fisher, Linda Kay Fisher Hollowell, and Sherry Fisher Goff.

Keith was a loving husband to Shirley Marie Hashert Fisher for 57 years. Together, they built a home in Grand Saline, where they raised two children, Gregg Fisher and Wendy Fisher.
Not only was Keith a wonderful father, he was a doting “Papa.” He reveled in spending time with his grandchildren, Austin Fisher, Chase Fisher, Kandace Phillips, and Jordan Gilbert. He never failed to ask for an update of their lives, support their dreams, or enjoy their laughter. The joys of Papa’s life multiplied with the arrival of his great-grandchildren: Brynleigh, Paisley, Walker, Dallas, Savannah, Georgia, Caroline, Brady, Gaines, Maverick, and Mary-Martin. He adored them unconditionally, cherishing every moment spent with them.

In his younger years, Keith played men’s baseball and continued his love of the game throughout his life. He faithfully watched the Texas Rangers every time they aired. Keith was also a little coach and a fan of Indian football and the Dallas Cowboys. He was the perfect armchair quarterback and baseball manager! Keith loved his morning paper, Donut Shop morning crew of men, Suduko puzzles, road-tripping throughout the United States, and afternoon coffee with his best friend/brother-in-law Benny Hollowell. Keith was a passionate fisherman – so much so that he spent many of his retirement years living on Lake Fork catching crappy and bass. Keith looked forward to weekly Saturday Game N

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