The Lusk Herald
October 19, 1967
Harry Fisher Dies in Montana Oct. 12
Funeral services were held this Wednesday for Harry J. Fisher, 51, at the Colyer Funeral Home in Torrington. Burial was in the Valley View Cemetery where military rites were held.
He died October 12 in Hardin, Mont. He had lived at Lodgegrass, Mont. For the past five years where he was a self-employed carpenter.
He was born in Van Tassell, Wyo. on Nov. 20, 1915 to the Andrew J. Fishers. He lived in Torrington from 1943 to 1962. He was a World War II veteran.
He is survived by his mother, Louisa Fisher, Torrington; two brothers, Albert of Ft. Laramie and Bill of Hot Springs, S, D.; five sisters, Mrs. Anna Redifer of VanTassell, Mrs. Rose Kenyon of Torrington, Mrs. Lillian Hoyt of Silverton, Ore., Mrs. Margaret Randall of Fremont. Neb., and Mrs. Clara Heller of Portland, Ore. His father preceded him in death.
Eva E. Christian (July 21, 1859 - March 31, 1945)Albert A. Fisher (July 4, 1911 - June 21, 1997)Anna Louise Fisher (December 19, 1880 - February 12, 1976)Anton J. Fisher (June 5, 1873 - October 2, 1963)Mary E. Fisher (August 19, 1918 - July 30, 1994)Adolph M. Heller (Date Unknown - June 20, 1966)Anna L. Redifer (March 1, 1902 - March 17, 1988)Donald E. Redifer (April 22, 1924 - April 15, 2007)Gilbert Redifer (January 11, 1896 - August 15, 1999)
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