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Project Reforestation
                                                       Plant trees in honor of loved ones passed.

George Fishers passion was the preservation of our environment. He treasured the beauty and value of trees. In his honor, a Magnolia Tree will be planted overlooking the Armed Forces Honor Resting Place, and additional trees will by planted by Keep Pinellas Beautiful in honor of the

Fisher Family Reforestation Fund.

FISHER, George H, Jr., 84, of New Port Richey passed away Wednesday, March 23, 2016. George was born in Queens, NY where he met and married, the love of his life, Patricia A. Semple in 1951. Georgebegan his family as he served in the Korean War as a Tech Sgt. in the US Marine Corp. Post war, George worked as a lineman for LILCO, Business Manager, and president of the IBEW Local Union 1049. They raised their family, son George and daughter Patricia in East Islip and Wading River, NY.

22 years ago George and Pat retired to New Port Richey Fl. George served his community as a member of the Marine Corp League, St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, New Port Richey, FL. {and St. Mary’s Catholic Church, East Islip and Knights of Columbus, NY}. 

Survivors include his wife Pat; son, George H. Fisher III and wife Christine of Newport Beach Ca; and Patricia DePlasco and husband Anthony of Tampa, FL; 4 granddaughters Jennifer, Beth, Jessica & Julianne and great-granddaughter Ashtyn.

Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday, March 30 at 11:00 a.m. at Sylvan Abbey Funeral Home in Clearwater, Florida.