William Taylor Fisher

June 20, 1930 - August 26, 2018
William Taylor Fisher

William Taylor Fisher (a.k.a. Bill), age 88, of Hampstead, NC and formerly of Glen Rock, NJ passed away on August 26, 2018 in Wilmington, NC.

Bill was born to Charles & Gladys Fisher on June 20, 1930 at his childhood home in Glen Rock, NJ. He graduated from Ridgewood High School in 1948 and Newark Collage of Engineering in 1957. He married Andrea Dayton of Spring Valley, NY on July 6th 1963. He worked as a Mechanical Engineer for several companies throughout his career but retired from Howmedica a Division of Pfizer 1994. Bill lived in Glen Rock, NJ for over 65 years before retiring to Hampstead, NC with his beloved wife Andrea. He was a veteran of the Korean War and served in the 11th Airborne Division of the Army as a Paratrooper and Mechanic from 1949 – 1954. He was stationed in Fort Campbell, GA. He was a life time member of the Glen Rock Ambulance Corps, severed on the Glen Rock Board of Health and a retired member of the Wilmington, NC Coast Guard Auxiliary.

Bill is preceded in death by his wife Andrea Dayton Fisher, parents Charles & Gladys Fisher, and his sister and brother-in-law Barbara and Fred Widmayer.

Bill is survived by his son, Jamie Fisher and wife Joan of Glen Rock, NJ, daughter Betsy Schuh and husband Christopher of Edmonds, WA, and Grandchildren Luke, Kyle, Bryce Fisher, Brody Schuh, Step Grandchildren Jessica and Kyle Schuh and numerous other loving family and friends

A private gathering will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers memorials may be given to the Glen Rock Volunteer Ambulance Corps. 700 Maple Ave, Glen Rock, NJ 07452

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  • August 30, 2018
    John Power says:
    Bill has been my customer for years always enjoyed his humor and good will. Consider him a friend remember the many beers we shared

  • August 31, 2018
    Jim Higgs says:
    I met Bill about a year ago or so at Port City Java in Hampstead when I went to meet several friends. they were friends of Bill and all were sitting together and I joined them. They introduced me to Bill and based on the ensuing conversations, we became friends. It was interesting, if one of the group was absent, immediately one tried to find out if anything was wrong. It was with sadness this past Tuesday that even before I sat down that I was told that Bill had passed. Shortly thereafter, his son arrived and we were informed that this was his son and we all introduced ourselves to James. Immediately it was like "old times" with the ease that we all assumed in our conversation. So to all of Bill's family, rest assured that he will be greatly missed at the morning coffees at Port City Java, in Hampstead, NC by all of his friends in his rehashing of his past stories which were very entertaining. Rest in peace my friend and you will be thought of for a very long time.

  • September 01, 2018
    Carol and Hal says:
    Your dad and mom were our BFF’’s for almost 50 years. So many stories, so much fun and lots of love! We will miss your dad. So glad we saw him in June-amazing man! Sympathy and love to you all