January 20th 1958 – June 1st 2015
With the deepest sorrow we unfortunately have to announce the passing of Wally, Walter Lyall Fisher Jr at a young age of 57. Wally was born in Vernon BC but his last 3 months were spent in the hospital, fully determined and
fighting to get his
health back to normal after undergoing compli-cations. Wally was a smart strong willed man that strived to always do better but in this particular situation he chose to go out with dignity after a tired body wouldn’t let him go any further. He is now home in God’s arms and with the loved ones he has missed dearly while on earth. Wally lived a fulfilling successful life full of good times and memories, weather it was enjoying the outdoors, fishing, hunting, playing sports, or just spending time with the people or dog companions he cared about. He held a good career with Shaw Cable for over 25 years, which he worked very hard at. Wally took pride in everything he did. In his younger years he was a sheet metal journeyman. Wally was a man who always carried a selection of valuable knowledge with him. He excelled in all sports he attempted and had a great passion for soccer. He played in Vernon then later, while residing in Kelowna, coached his daughters team before coming back to Vernon 12 years later. That is just a small bit of Wally’s many accomplishments. I feel that Wally touched everyone he met in some way and he will be greatly missed by everyone that was fortunate enough to meet him or know him.
With lots of love, always remembered and never forgotten.
A special thank you to all the friends that were there for Wally during this sad time. A celebration of life to follow at a later date. If you wish to make a memorial contribution please do so to the S.P.C.A or the Heart and Stroke Foundation