Fisher, Karl H.

KARL H. FISHER, 79, passed away peacefully on Sunday, August 14, 2022. He was born June 20, 1943 in Bedford, IN to the late Russell E. and Mary Alice (Younger) Fisher.

Karl retired from the Mazel Company as National Sales Manager. He loved his work and developed many close friends there. His hobbies included Reenacting for the American Revolutionary War and then the Civil War with best friend Jeff Houston , building muzzle loaders, powder horns, etc. He loved the outdoors – running, biking, and hiking. He flew remote control airplanes. Karl loved his family and was very proud to be called dad, grandpa, and great-grandpa. He was an avid reader of the Civil War. Karl loved to travel with his wife, and one of his favorite places was Kuai, visiting there several times. His company allowed him to visit Israel and provided a tour guide for him. He loved that he was walking on the same spots that Jesus walked. Karl was a member of the CLA (Contemporary Longrifle Association) and FaithWalk Church, and was a volunteer for the MetroParks system.

Karl is survived by his loving wife of 32 years, Barbara; sons, Russell (Sherry) and William (Jeanne); daughter, Lori Barnes (Will); step-sons, Mark and Derek Reed; and step-daughter, Terri Vidmar; 3 sisters, Christine Martin and Shirley Fisher of Memphis, TN and Marilyn Neal (Michael) of Austin, TX.  He has been blessed with 17 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren.   He will be missed by his four-legged children, Bengie and Daisy.

Karl was preceded in death by his brother, Charles and son, Frank.

The family will receive friends on Friday, August 19 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm, with a service at 7:00pm, at FaithWalk Church, 1480 Pearl Rd., Brunswick.

Because of Karl’s love for dogs, in lieu of flowers, donations would be appreciated to the Medina County Animal Shelter, 6334 Deerview Lane, Medina, OH 44256.

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  1. Karl was a wonderful man. Breaks my heart that he has left us. He was my sister Barb’s rock. She loved him more than words can say. I truly can see Karl in heaven making everyone laugh. He was such a special man. Bless you and love you Karl.🙏🏼😢

  2. My dear friend Barb Sending you and your family Gods Blessings in the passing of a really loving husband, father, grandfather, and great/grandfather. Karl will be missed by many friends and his wonderful loving family. My heart and prayers are with you my dear friend.

    • I am hurting for y’all becase I know how much you miss him and will continue to miss him all the days of your lives. Not like you, but I will miss him, too. He was a always a fun uncle, and always made me feel welcome and loved any time I was around him. I would say “May he rest in peace” but that’s not even close to what I want for him. May his health and vitality be restored… may he bound through the heavens seeking adventure and sowing mischief. We love you, Uncle Karl!

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