Richie Fischer Obituary, Death – Richie Fischer of Rochester, New York has passed away. Dick committed his entire life to serve both his Lord and the residents of the area where he lived. He performed a variety of duties for the St. John’s Lutheran Church congregation, including serving as the church’s president, groundskeeper, investment committee member, and shepherd’s committee member.
He participated actively. He served in the Wisconsin National Guard’s 32nd Quarter Master Company in addition to the Jefferson Volunteer Fire Department. Dick was a member of the City of Jefferson Common Council, where he held the positions of mayor for four terms as well as president of the council for one term. He also spent a significant period of time serving on the Water and Light Commission. The 1993 Gemuetlichkeit King and Queen were Dick and Joyce. While a USAC member, Dick worked as a race official in the Milwaukee Mile for 15 years.
He loved gardening, trapshooting, music, photography, and NASCAR racing. He also enjoyed trap shooting. He had other interests as well, like gardening. He loved changing the landscape, adding new trees and bushes, and working in his yard. He worked there all day long and was regularly seen doing so. He liked to watch birds in his free time and play wits with the squirrels.
The most significant fact is that Dick had a deep love for his Lord, his family, and his nation. He was married to Joyce Fischer, who will miss him dearly. The children of the family are Jim (Tammie) Fischer of Waukesha, Joel Fischer of Johnson Creek (Beth Werner of Madison), and Janelle (Scott) Fuhrmann of Appleton, Wisconsin. Jamie (Josh) Dutton, Josh Fischer, Jordan (Jeff) Sartorius, Brock Fuhrmann, and Haley Fuhrmann are the five grandchildren. Morgan and Dylan Dutton are two great-granddaughters. Along with a sizable number of other family members and friends, John Fischer, a brother, lives in Jefferson.