Wayne E. Fisher

October 15, 1923 ‒ March 02, 2015

Bellville, Ohio

BELLVILLE: Wayne E. Fisher passed away Monday morning, March 2, 2015 in his Bellville home surrounded by his family. He was 91.

He was born October 15, 1923 in Holmes County to parents Vern and Helen Fisher. After his family moved to Bellville in 1936, Wayne graduated from Bellville High School with the class of 1941. He proudly served his country by joining the US Army during World War II, and was honorably discharged as Corporal.

He was a farmer who wore many hats. He held many different jobs including building construction, auto repair and truck driving. He was also part owner of F&W Repair in Bellville. After retiring from OMNI Source as a truck driver, he opened his own repair shop in Bellville in 1996.

Wayne was a lifelong member of the Amvets Post #43 and Bellville American Legion Post #535.

He is survived by his son Mike & Gina Fisher of Bellville; daughter-in-law Gail Fisher of Lexington; grandchildren Stacey, Scott, Brandi, Angie, Michelle, Brent, Jackie and Brad; numerous great grandchildren and great great grandchildren; sister Maxine Plough of Johnsville; sister-in-law Betty Moyer of Bellville.

Wayne was preceded in death by his wife Evadene Fisher; daughter Connie C. Fisher; sister Mildred Mumper; brother-in-law and business partner Chet Weaver.

The Bellville Snyder Funeral Home is honored to serve the Fisher family.

Contributions in his memory to the Jefferson Township/Bellville Rescue Squad may be made at the funeral home.

Condolences to the Fisher family can be made at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

  • Mike, Gina and family

    I am so sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with your family in this time of sorrow.

    He will be greatly missed by all.

    Debbie Weikle

  • So sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing. There are so many memories that come flooding back of family dinners, hard work on the farms and always being there for each other good times and not. You are all in our prayers and thoughts.
    Harold and Alicia

  • He will be missed, greatly! He had a good life. Did the things, he loved to do.
    Loved the stories, he told, about how he and Nana, met. How she supposely, chased him. 🙂 His school days. Worked on the farm. He was a hard working man. Gave his all, in what ever, he did.
    Was like Dad to me for, 43 yrs. Nana, was a MOM and best friend. I was kind of scared of his at first. but, he won me over, by teasing me, and saying thing, to get me to turn, different shades of red.
    May he rest in peace. He wasnt happy at all, when, he couldnt get out and do things. He was always on the doing, things in garage or trucking. wasnt one to sit still. He happy now! 😉
    Love ya! Gail

  • MIKE & FAMILY
    A WONDERFUL , HAPPY, JOLLY, MAN. I LOVED TO HEAR HIS STORIES , AT THE SHOP, A REALLY GOOD FELLOW . HE WILL BE DEEPLY MISSED.
    JOE McGREGOR

  • We were so sad to hear of Wayne’s passing. He did so much for so many people and always with a smile.Wayne had a endless since of humor!He will be missed by many people.Wayne’s family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

  • My condolences to the family. My fondest memories of Wayne were; when I was a dispatcher @F&W, Wayne usually came in every Sunday morning and he would sit and talk to me, His stories entertained me, then usually Chet and Max would show up and they would reminence. Great time, great men, sadly all gone now.

  • My condolences to the family. Wayne was a neighbor for all of my youth. I was always impressed with his talents in so many fields. I remember being jealous ,Mike when your 300 Utility came to your house and we only had H’s.
    God Bless!

  • Dear Fisher family,
    So sorry to hear of Wayne’s passing.
    We remember Larry’s dad George telling stories about their high school days. Seems like they had a lot good times together during school and throughout their lives.
    Can’t remember seeing Wayne when he didn’t have a smile on his face or a story to tell.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time
    Larry and Luanne Dill

  • Grampa was a great man. Him and Nana defined my early childhood. Only good memories come rushing back to my mind. Nana’s HSN addiction, how spotless their house always was, “cherry milk,” her never empty cookie jars, and her special sausage and egg omelets. Grampas old truck. The smell of the “garage” when he got home. Grampas loved watching westerns and would frequently fall asleep during them. When he would come home from work, I would always try and rassle his socks off, so I could make his nails pretty, then his hair. He had endless stories about the good old days and they were always great. Too many great memories. It’s sad he never got to meet Aubree but I know the both of them are smiling at us from the heavens. I hope that my children, grandchildren and great grandchildren feel about me the way that I adored (and everyone else adored) Nana & Grampa.
    I will love you both always! <3

  • I’m sorry for your loss.He lived a long life and according to the Bible at (Psalms 90:10) he had “special mightiness”. May you cherish the memories you had together. In the future, by means of the resurrection,(John 11:35-44) you will have the opportunity to be reunited with “WAYNE” again without any ailments.(Isaiah 33:24) May you look towards that hope.

  • You will be missed so very much. I always enjoyed all the stories you told and the laughs you shared. You will never be forgotten. Love -Amy Helms & Denver Fisher