Bobby Gene Fisher

Date of birth: September 15 1938

Date of death: November 28 2018

On Wednesday November 28, 2018, Bobby Gene Fisher, loving husband and father of 4, passed away at age 80.

Bob was born on September 15, 1938 in Sedalia, Missouri to William and Virginia Fisher. Bob served from 1956 to 1959 in the United States Marine Corp. He had a very successful contractor painting business in Salem for over 40 years. He married the love of his life, Barbara Broughton, on June 10, 1960 in Silverton, Oregon. They had 4 sons, Tim, Dan, Jeff and Dwight.

Bob had a passion for the outdoors. He loved hunting, fishing and camping. He thoroughly enjoyed these times with his family, especially time bonding with his boys. He was a lover of country music. He loved playing his Gibson guitar passed down from his father.

He was known for his love of faith, family and country. He had a quick wit and was always ready with a joke.

Bob was preceded in death by father Bill, mother Virginia, brother Jim and son Tim.He is survived by his wife Barbara, his 3 sons, Dan (Alicia), Jeff (Shelly), and Dwight (Stephanie), 7 grandchildren and one great grandson, his 3 sisters, Joanne, Ginger and Dinah, and one brother Bill. He is also survived by a very large extended family.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, January 5, 2019 at 1pm at Salem Heights Church located at 375 Madrona Ave. S. Salem Oregon, 97302.

13 tribute candles have been lit

Candle lit by Staff at Crown Memorial Center Our sincere condolences.

Candle lit by Lori Jones Love and Miss You!

Candle lit by Shelly Fisher Love you Bob, will miss you terribly.

Candle lit by Linda Fisher My sincerest condolences to Barb, Dan, Jeff, and Dwight. I always remember Bob's enthusiasm for life and his big smile. I also think about the time when everyone surprised me with a birthday party at Rhody Lake and I started crying. Bob said it was only the smoke that made his eyes water. Loved hearing him play music with Jim and Billy. Love to all.

Candle lit by Katie Fisher Missing you, Grandpa.

Candle lit by Jodi Stafford You will be missed. Prayers for the family members.

Candle lit by Tia Bouche' I feel honored to have met you, I love you as if you were my own grandfather.

Candle lit by Hope rovig

Candle lit by Amanda Burkard I love you Uncle Bob, thank you for teaching me to dance. Thank you for your kind words the last time we spoke. You are forever in my

Candle lit by Ginger Love You Brother and You will be missed by All Your Family and Friends,I Love You Brother,but it makes Me feel better knowing You died peacefully praying for Your Family and Friends

Candle lit by Gary Fleming I've lost the best partner I could have ever asked for. Bob & I raised our families together, hunted, fished, vacationed and just about everything else. I feel tremendous loss now that he has left us. We'll see him again, but until then, I'll just have to paint them houses alone. Love to the whole family. Gary & Kay

Candle lit by Hope rovig May god be with you

Candle lit by Clay Dyer Bob, We worked together for over 25 yrs. But you were so much more than a painter. You were a friend, mentor and spiritual leader to a guy who only had to raise "two" sons. We were always about telling each other the truth which I think God used to draw us closer together. For that I will be forever and deeply greatful.. Clay