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David Edward FISHER
Père : E.M. FISHER
Mère : Mary Horton
Décès le : 2007-06-22
Parution : 2007-06-30
Conjoint(e) : Janet Hutcheson
Paru dans : Ottawa Citizen, ON

FISHER, David Edward Died peacefully on Friday, June 22, 2007 at the Huntsville District Memorial Hospital. David E. Fisher, only son of Dr. E.M. Fisher and Mary (Horton) Fisher. David was born December 31, 1936. His birth was celebrated by most of the young professional and business people of Huntsville at 17 Elm St., where friends and neighbours had gathered to bring in the New Year and await the announcement of his birth. Survived by wife Janet, his stepdaughter Susan, and stepson William Randall. Predeceased by granddaughter Stephanie Leigh. He received his early education in Huntsville and graduated in Engineering Physics from University of Toronto. He achieved a Masters Degree from California Institute of Technology and another Masters Degree in Theoretical High Energy Physics from the University of London, England. He worked as a junior engineer for Avro Aircraft. He lectured in Mathematics at the University of Waterloo and also lectured in Physics at West Ham College of Technology in England. In 1969, he accepted a position in Ottawa as a teaching Master at Algonquin College becoming Chairman of the Department of Computing Science and Technology Program. In 1971, he married Janet (Hutcheson) and adopted her two children, Susan and William Randall. On retiring to Huntsville, he and Janet became involved in local Heritage and were pleased to serve on the Town's Heritage Committee. They assisted with the production of Susan Pryke's book: HUNTSVILLE-With Spirit and Resolve, helped to computerize the photo collection at Huntsville Heritage Place, and served on the Collections Committee there. They have also compiled Attestation Papers of over 1000 WWI Veterans who served from North Muskoka. David was an accomplished pianist. He studied with Nadinen Mosbaugh of Huntsville and Mary Mackie (Juliard Schoo) of Ottawa. He and his wife Janet also enjoyed the fellowship and harmony of the Huntsville Community Choir. See you at Carnegie Hall Dave! No Funeral services are to be held. Interment will take place at the Hutcheson Memorial Cemetery, Huntsville. Memorial donations if desired may be made to Canadian Cancer Society or the Huntsville Heritage Place, Archival Prgram by contacting the Mitchell Funeral Home, Huntsville at (705) 789-5252, Published in the Ottawa Citizen on 6/30/2007

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