Death Claims Guy Fisher
Guy Fisher, of Lostine, a retired grain inspector for the USDA, passed away Thursday February 17, 1966 at Wallowa Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for five days. He had been in failing health for the past year.
He was the son of Hiram and Emma Fisher and was born November 27, 1892 in Cove. He was a veteran of WWI and belonged to St. John’s American Legion Post No. 98 of Portland. He had lived in Wallowa county about 35 years. On July 13, 1912 he was married at Enterprise to Anna Inez Graham, who died June 20, 1945. On July 28, 1958 he was married at LaGrande to Ida Wart who preceded him in death on January 6, 1963.
He is survived by one son, Jesse, of Lostine, four sisters; Mrs. Landy (Nell) Ward of Enterprise, Mrs. Earnest (Stella) Colvin of Colfax, Wash., Mrs. Minnie Hodges and Mrs. John Eiffert, both of Spokane; one brother, Harry of Union; a step-son, Delbert Wart of Enterprise; nine grandchildren and several great grandchildren.
Funeral services were Monday at 2 p.m. at the Bollman Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Earl Eyre officiating. Freda-Bobs Hall was organist and she and Melvin Crow sang “There’s A Wilderness In God’s Mercy”. Casket bearers were Bill Britton, Lloyd Chapman, Dee Magee, Vern Conrad, D.D. Denney, and Maurice Weaver, and interment was in the Lostine cemetery.
Wallowa County Chieftain Newspaper dated February 24, 1966.
Contributed by: Michelle Drayton-Fisher