George Anthony “Tony” Fisher

June 27, 1965 ‒ June 23, 2017

Delaware, Ohio

George Anthony “Tony” Fisher, age 51 of Delaware died unexpectedly Friday, June 23, 2017.

He was born on June 27, 1965 in Delaware to the late Darlis E. and Sylvia M. (Dunn) Fisher. Tony was a 1983 graduate of Delaware Hayes High School and a lifelong resident of Delaware. He co-owned and operated D & T Asphalt and Sealcoat along with his brother Don.  In addition to his own business he also worked at Savare Specialty Adhesives.

Tony possessed a wonderful sense of humor and was always quick with a joke. Described as lovable, willing to lend a helping hand, he was generous with his time and talents.  Gifted with a voice, he took every opportunity to share it, whether it was during karaoke or when he tried out for The Voice.

He enjoyed every birthday and holiday, July Forth being his favorite an represented his love of Country.  An avid fan of all sports, he followed the Cleveland Browns and Ohio State Buckeyes through it all. He also enjoyed fishing and trying his luck at the track.

With a large heart for all, he will be remembered for his laughter, being there for every need, love for family, especially his children, but most of all for the song in his heart.

Those left to cherish his memory include his children: Randy, Keri, Lauren, and Katlin Fisher all of Delaware, his soul mate and mother of his children Kimberly Fisher, 4 grandchildren, siblings: Arleen (Gary) Fickle of Delaware, Michael Fisher of Salem, Don Fisher (Andrea Kalapos) of Delaware, Becky Fisher (Tracey Travis) of Sunbury, numerous nieces and nephews including special niece Heather Clarke, and a host of friends.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his sister Kathy Graham and niece Cherri Sheets.

Friends may call from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. on Friday at the Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Dr. at W. William St., Delaware where services will follow at 7:00 p.m. with Pastor Donnie Akers officiating.  Burial will follow at a later date in Oak Grove Cemetery.

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  • I will miss you Tony. You were loved my many. The confidence you lacked in yourself here on earth has now turned to pure faith and belief like we had many conversations about. I believe you’re with our Lord and at peace at this moment…We will meet again and sing together for the Lord like we had planned to do at church here on earth..until then your always with us in spirit…love ya! Teresa

  • My heart goes out to Tony’s family and loved ones. I didn’t stay in touch with Tony after High School but my memories of Tony bring a smile to my face. He would light up a room. Rest in peace Tony…..

  • RIP Tony, I will never forget you being a part of my life growing up on the east side of Delaware and Conger school classmates.

  • I will always remember Tony with a special love. He brought much laughter
    in my home with his antics. My deepest sympathy goes to his family.

    Mrs. Parmer

  • My deepest sympathy to Tony’s family! We had a lot of good times growing up on the east side of Delaware! Tony always knew how to make everything we did fun and always had a smile on his face! RIP Tony! You will be missed by many!

  • Tony we miss you so very much. Cody Gracie and I Love You and we can’t believe your gone. Heaven gained an angel. Rest In Peace. You were such a kind caring person and you had a beautiful voice.

  • My sympathy to Tony’s family. I knew him best at Conger Elementary. The teacher made him sit next to me in class because I was the “quiet”one! lol He liked to talk! He was very nice. Wished I could have come to the calling hours but my father in laws were the same day.