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Daniel Fisher

Danny Wayne Fisher was born in Medina on July 19, 1949, as the only child of William Wayne Fisher and the former Betty Dunn. He passed on May 21, 2016 of heart failure at the Cleveland Clinic. He is survived by his beloved wife of 22 years, Carol Belchambers and his beloved mother, Betty Bretz. He graduated from Wooster High School in 1967, having already acquired the two passions that would carry through his life: golf and music. Danny and Carol lived in Akron and had many cats and other animals that they treasured. Services of thanksgiving for Danny were held Wednesday, June 1 at Schlup-Pucak Funeral Home, 788 Kenmore Blvd., Akron.


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05/31/16 02:13 PM #1    

Donald Jones

Danny and I had a close relationship in Junior High. I remember when he lived with his mom, across from the H.S. practice field, adjacent to Grant Park. We enjoyed many hours playing together and listening to music. I was so happy for him when he returned to play with The Olivers at the Inferno (YMCA). Danny was in another league then, traveling all over northern Ohio playing nightly gigs. I have a fond memory when he helped me organize the Lip Sync Beatles. We only performed twice, once at Bowman and once at Edgewood, both during dances. Jimmy Chapman, George Dilgard, Danny and I comprised the make believe Beatles. He would bring his drum set to each of the performances and helped us find guitars to play or make believe play. This was 9th grade and it was awesome! Don Jones

05/31/16 09:32 PM #2    

George Dilgard

I will really miss seeing Fish at the reunion next year. I vividly remember talking with him

at the end of our last reunion and encouraging him to make the 50th.  I could tell that it had taken a 

lot of his energy to make that party.   We shared a lot of good talks in high school - he cared 

and listened. A good friend for so many of us. At one of the reunions he showed me his professional PGA 

card.  He was proud of that accomplishment. 





























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