Thomas H. Fisher
November 24, 1926 - January 4, 2012
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Thomas H. Fisher, 85 of Long Branch passed away at his home on Wednesday, January 4th. Mr. Fisher was a retired Master Sargent in the U.S. Army at Fort Monmouth serving in World War II and the Philippines. He served for 30 years. He was born in Fayetteville, NC and lived throughout the world before …
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Andre Baldasserini left a message on January 7, 2013:
Dear Uncle Harold, Thank you so much for being there for me when my dad could not be. Taking me fishing, showing me how to work with wood, and building things. And even more letting me grow up in your house and being there for me when I needed you. I will miss you, and always remember the good times we had when I was growing up. I hope now you are up there with dad, tom, and everyone else playing a good game of rummy. Love, Andre
Jeffrey Lumia & Dawnmarie Sims left a message on January 7, 2013:
Rest in peace Thomas. Our sympathy to the Fisher family. Your neighbors, Jeff & Dawnmarie
tom/patti philburn/coco left a message on January 6, 2013:
our hearts go out to the entire Fisher family. May the loving embrace of our Lord Jesus Christ comfort you at this time and in the future.
Linda Ciani left a message on January 6, 2013:
Dear Liliana, Chris,Travis and I want to tell you that we are thinking of you and are in our prayers .Linda,Chris and Travis Ciani.
Paulette and Don Haring left a message on January 6, 2013:
Be at peace and enjoy your new home, Tom. We were neighbors for more than a decade; in that time you showed us how to be strong, courageous and true to yourself, right to the end. We wish you love and light.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Cici -Patty left a message on January 6, 2013:
Dear Dad.. I miss you already! Just finished putting your life time of photos for your wake, and I am even more amazed at your determination and fortitude thru out your life! I posted something here early today but don't see it so I say again , Rest in peace Dad.. You will live in our hearts souls and minds always! The many years of patience and acceptance of your physical condition was truly amazing!!! We honor your courage in life, from being an orphan at age 8 , fighting for our country, doing your service to wherever you where told to go, and devoting your life to your family and friends! The simple things in life bring so much joy.. That's one of the special things you taught me. I will always love you and look up to you , proudly! Rest peacefully . Until we meet again ...give Tom and all our loved ones my love in heaven! Xoxo
Mary Alice Long left a message on January 5, 2013:
Harold was a kind and loving nephew for whom I will always have great affection. I am very sorry that he was not well in recent months. I will miss him greatly. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Aunt Mary Alice and family
Tom Mazzei left a message on January 5, 2013:
Rest in Peace Harold. I have so many memories of you...the original "mad scientist". Working on all matters of gadgets and gizmo's in the basement of the Fisher home. An infectious laugh, a camel filterless, Iron City Beer and Spanish Peanuts. Most of all putting up with the shenanigans of his beloved son Tom and his best friend...me. Peace and God Speed. Say Hello for me.
Susie Dizon left a message on January 5, 2013:
I had the opportunity of taking care of Mr. Fisher for 4 years. I remember him as a man of few words and how in his own little ways he would show his sincerity. I still remember the time that he greeted me a "Happy Birthday" and I still kept a copy of that video. I so admire him for his courage..he was a fighter to the end. We will miss you Mr. Fisher. Rest and peace.
Susie Dizon left a message on January 5, 2013:
I had the opportunity of taking care of Mr. Fisher for 4 years. I remember him as a man of few words and how in his own little ways he would show his sincerity. I still remember the time that he greeted me a "Happy Birthday" and I still kept a copy of that video. I so admire him for his courage..he was a fighter to the end. We will miss you Mr. Fisher. Rest in peace.
Woolley Boglioli Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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