In Memory

Jack Campbell Fisher Jr

Jack Campbell Fisher Jr was born July 5, 1947 in Steubenville, Ohio.  The family moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where Jack graduated from Las Vegas High School in 1965, and from University of Nevada Las Vegas in 1972.

He had two sons, Alexander and Christian, with his wife Phyllis Ann (Winchester) Fisher.  Jack died January 24, 1992 at Mount Charleston, Nevada, age 44.  Jack is buried at Palm Memorial Park Green Valley, Las Vegas, Nevada.


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02/28/15 04:38 PM #1    

Robert Martin

Jack was a very gregarious, friendly guy and a good story teller.  He was fond of reminding people that DeanMartin was also from Steubenville. Jack didn’t seem to be afraid try anything
that life had to offer.  I hope his 44 years were full ones.

05/10/17 08:22 PM #2    

Judy Dennison

Based on online resources, Jack was employed as a botanist.

08/05/17 04:18 PM #3    

Susan Raduziner (Kelleher)

In 1968, I moved to San Francisco’s Upper Haight Street (17th & Cole Street). I was walking down the street and heard a familiar voice. It was JACK FISHER at the bus stop. I stopped and talked to him. He and his wife moved to the Haight and his wife just came home from the hospital with her new baby Alexander. They lived a few blocks from where I lived, so I visited them a few days later. I didn't see them after that. Many years later, I was visiting my good friends in Santa Barbara and I heard that voice again. I saw Jack a few times in SB at parties. I met Alex again who was about 18 or 20 years old. Years later, my friends said they thought Jack died in a car accident. It’s a small world.

My friends said Jack was a famous botanist who discovered or invented a grass that holds beach sand from blowing. The roads in SF by the ocean were often closed from sand covering them when it was windy. I don't know if that was true about Jack but I hope it was. (Being a famous botanist.




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