James A. Fisher

Born: 12/18/1958 Passed:

James A. Fisher passed away on February 26, 2021 at the age of 62. Jim was a resident of Woodmere and served as Village Service Director for 35 years. Jim will be remembered for his fun-loving spirit and immeasurable heart.

He was also married for 35 years to his wife Sue, who precedes him in passing.

He is survived by his twin children James R. (J.R.) and Samantha, and his sisters Cheryl Lynch-Yates and Lisa Fisher.

Guests will be received during interment March 12th, 1:30-2:30 p.m. at Lake View Cemetery, 12316 Euclid Avenue in Cleveland (Section 22B). The Fisher family asks that guests wear a mask and visit the burial site one group at a time. A memorial service will be held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, the Fisher family requests donations to the Lewy Body Dementia Association in Jim’s name. Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com.

Heritage Cremation Society




5 Tributes to James A. Fisher

  1. Tom Cornhoff says:

    I feel blessed to have worked with and to have a friend such as Jim Fisher. He will always be remembered for how well he serviced the residents and businesses of Woodmere Village as Service Director and also a Volunteer Firefighter. Jim took care of his family as a husband and a Father and loved them more than anything. May God bless Samantha and JR during this most difficult time as we all miss Jim. Tom Cornhoff

    • Dustin Riley says:

      It was an honor to work with Jim for so many years. He was a great mentor and friend. He will be greatly missed.

      • Anonymous says:

        I am saddened to hear about the death of a good friend mentor it was great working with JimI I will keep his family in my prayers

      • Calvin Miller says:

        Jim was my mentor for over 15 years, I learned so much from him about what it took to run a successful village. Soft spoken yet direct setting high expectations. He was caring person who loved the village he worked and lived in. Rest now my friend,

  2. Steve Sulzberger says:

    sorry to hear of his passing .My condolences to family and all who knew him. i’ll never forget Saturday mornings watching cartoons and eating cereal out of the box with him. also playing around in/at the creek behind Suburban hospital.
    very strange coincidence having Lou Westerburg’s in memoriam right below his obit as Ralph was always at the creek with us.

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