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George Fisher

George Alton "Buddy" Fisher Jr.

Sunday, July 28th, 2019
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George A. Fisher, Jr.“Buddy”
George (Buddy) A. Fisher Jr. 84, lifelong resident of Millis passed away Sunday, July 28, 2019 in Oak Knoll Healthcare Center, Framingham.

Bud was born in 1934 in Framingham, MA as the son of the late George A. and Theresa E. (Kannally).
Bud made his career as a mechanic working for Cliquot Club Company, Cott, Walpole Bottling and finally retiring from Coca-Cola. Bud was very good with his hands and could make or fix anything!
After retirement Bud enjoyed spending time with his grandkids, fixing up old lawnmowers and helping out on his friend’s farm. Since a young age Bud was an avid hunter, both rifle and bow & arrow, and enjoyed hunting every deer season well into his seventies. Bud’s pride and joy was his family and would do anything he could for them.

Bud is survived by his beloved wife of 64 years, Marlene (Burns),four daughters, Marlene “Terri” Pearson and her husband Brantonof Framingham, Deborah Barneke and her husband Robert of Norwood, Sherrill“Sissy” Plotegher of Danforth, ME and Georgia Sanborn and her husband Scot of Millis. He is also survived by his sister Joyce E. Fisher. Bud was predeceased by his brother Robert L. Fisher and his son in law Joseph E.E. Plotegher. He also leaves behind 11 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandson.

Memorial donations can be made in Bud’s memory to: Harborside Hospice, LLC241 Winter Street, Suite 201PO Box 930Haverhill, MA 01831.

At Bud's request, there will be no services.
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Thomas Natale

Posted at 08:14pm
from Tom Natale;
Buddy was my co-worker and friend. He took me under his wing at Coca Cola and taught me so much. We worked side by side for many years, commuted together, enjoyed ridding our motorcycles together and spent many late nights at work sharing stories and having many laughs. Buddy was so talented, always ready to help and teach and he was the person all of us at work leaned on when things were going wrong. He was my friend, I miss him and I share your feelings of loss.

Marlene Pearson

Posted at 06:26pm
Best Dad ever!!

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