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Henry J. Fischer
December 8, 1932 ~ December 28, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
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Henry J. Fischer was born December 8, 1932. Mr. Fischer along with his wife Doris were long time members of St. Johns Lutheran Church in Brooklyn. They were wed on Valentines day in 1953, and moved to Glen Burnie, where they lived happily together for 66 years. Henry worked for WR Grace as a forklift operator for 55 years. He loved working so much, he didn't mind walking through snow storms to get there. They even named a street after him. "Fishcer Way" He loved dancing at weddings to Elvira by the Oak Ridge Boys. He was a fan of all Western films, including Lone Ranger, and anything with Audie Murphy. Henry enjoyed taking his boat out, catching crabs with his brothers, getting together and steaming a nice bushel with his family. He was a wonderful husband, father, brother, grandfather, and great grandfather, and will be missed by his family.
On December 28, 2023. Henry J. Fischer was accompanied by his loving wife Doris N. Fischer in Heaven. He is the Cherished father of Holly Kinstler, Timothy Fischer and wife Beth. Dear grandfather of Ray Kinstler and wife Stacie, Daniel Kinstler and wife Nicki. Great grandfather of Ryan Caitlin, Madison, and Wyatt. Henry joined his several siblings in heaven, and his celebrating the reuniting of his family.
Family requests relatives and friends to visit the family owned Gonce Funeral Service P.A. 4001 Ritchie Highway on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. Funeral Service will take place on Thursday at 1 PM in St. John Lutheran Church, 3rd Street and Washburn Avenue in Brooklyn. Followed by interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
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