Mark Wayne Fisher

November 04, 1940 ‒ January 16, 2021

Delaware, Ohio

Mark Wayne Fisher, age 80, of Delaware, passed away peacefully in his home Saturday, January 16, 2021.

Wayne was born November 4, 1940 to the late Mark and Edna (Thompson) Fisher.  He graduated from Big Walnut High School and enjoyed a career in the grocery business until retirement.  Wayne was also a lifetime farmer of grain and livestock. With a watchful eye on the weather and the grain market, he was always aware when daylight was fading but always had time for his family; in his eyes, his greatest achievement.  Wayne lived life by the mantra of his favorite song, Elvis Presley’s “My Way”, the inspirational namesake of his family farm.  He plotted his path and stubbornly stuck to his principles.

Wayne is survived by his wife of 61 years, Brenda Fisher; children, Shelly (Al) Myers of Delaware, Sherry Fisher of Delaware, and Mark Jr. (Deborah) Fisher of Ashley; grandchildren, Mark W. III (Jessica) Fisher of Sunbury, Ryan Fisher of Delaware, Andrew Fisher of Mt. Gilead, Jacob Myers of Delaware; great- grandsons, Andrew and Thomas Fisher; brother, Max (Cindy) Fisher of St. Louis; nephew, Alex Fisher of Lake Forest Park, Washington.

No funeral service will be scheduled.  A gathering of Wayne’s family and friends for a celebration of life ceremony will be scheduled later this year.

Memorial contributions may be made to Heartland Hospice of Marion, 685 Delaware Avenue, Suite #300, Marion, OH 43302 in Wayne’s memory.

The DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home of Sunbury is honored to serve the Fisher family.  Please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com to share a memory or condolence with the family.

  • Brenda and Family,
    So sorry to hear about this. Wayne was the closest thing I had to a big brother and I shall miss him dearly. My thoughts are with you all in this difficult moment.

    With sincere condolences,
    Marshall

    • Wayne was very fond of you Marshall. The entire family thanks you for your heartfelt message and your friendship.

  • Peace has come home to a man admired and loved by many but none more so than myself..To Brenda and his children , Jeannette and I are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers

  • Wayne was a good man and a close friend of my older brother Mark. Back when cars and RocknRoll were the best ever. Wayne was a man who added to your day when you saw him. He and Brenda were blessed with each other many good years. He will be missed Sincerely, George Buckingham

  • My thoughts and prayers go out to the Fisher family. You had a great teacher and leader of the family. He will be sadly missed and the memories kept in the hearts of all who knew him.

  • So sorry to hear of Waynes passing,he was a great guy who I admired and liked alot. Praying that God gives you peace. This place is just a stepping place.

  • I’m very saddened to learn of Wayne’s passing. My family owned the Lewis & Coffing IGA store in Fredericktown in which Wayne was our warehouse coordinator with Super Foods Services for several years. Always appreciated his learned advice in managing our supermarket…plus his friendly manner was always a welcome delight, too. Those were the “good ole days”.
    My condolences to his family.
    Rick Coffing

  • We are so very sorry to learn of Wayne’s passing. I have so many memories of the County Fair steer shows and Cattlemen’s events. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.