Timothy T. Fisher age 63 of North Pole, AK passed away at 11:00a.m. on March 14, 2019 into the arms of Jesus Christ at Peace Health Hospital in Bellingham, WA. Timothy fought a five year battle with cancer. Timothy was surrounded by family members and friends in his passing. Timothy was born on August 23, 1955 to Ronald and Idabelle (Neue) Fisher in Everett, Washington. Timothy married Janice K. Boberg on April 13, 1973 in Fairbanks, AK. Timothy finished his education at The University of Alaska. His study was History, with intentions of becoming a history teacher. With a newly started family, he directed his intentions toward work to support his family. Tim started his first job at Safeway in Fairbanks. From there he continued his work in the Retail Grocery field for many years. Timothy than worked his way into store management. Timothy's last place of employment was Quality Sales, a retail-wholesale food distrubuter, where Timothy was made part owner of this business.
Timothy leaves behind his wife of forty-five years, Janice Fisher. Their two daughters: Heather Marie Husband (43) and Holly Fisher (41). Ronald and Idabelle Fisher (parents), two sisters: Roxanne Martinez (Arturo) and their children, T.J. Martinez, and Jonica Burkett. Suzette Carlson (Myron) and their three children, Samantha Johnson, Stephanie Miller, and Zachary Carlson, and also many lovely nieces and nephews. There will be a Celebration of Life at 1:00p.m. on March 30, 2019 at Sandy Point Improvement Community Center. (address is 4460 Decatur Drive. The officiant is Pastor Kyle Decker. Timothy was a gifted poet. There will be a book of his poetry to look at and appreciate. Timothy was a lover of all life. He had a passion for camping and the outdoors. He loved this world he lived in. He enjoyed laughter andbrought happiness to all who crossed his path.
Fishing stories from a true fisherman, he knew how to enhance each and every one of the stories. (Except, we won't mention the little minnows on the line...)
Family and friends would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Peace Health Hospital for taking such good care of our loved one, Timothy T. Fisher. Again, thank you from all the family.