In Loving Memory
November 26, 1954 – May 3, 2014
Orange Beach, AL
Loren Michael “Mike” Fisher, 59, of Orange Beach, AL, died unexpectedly on Saturday, May 3, 2014, at his home. Mike worked in several occupations over the years, as a tax preparer and an electrician and with a labor union and assisted in political campaigns. He was also a former Dock Master at the Orange Beach Marina for several years and was employed as a concierge in the hotel industry in Orange Beach. Predeceasing him in death are his parents, L. M. Fisher, Jr. and Catherine Parker.
Surviving are his sister, Kay (Johnny) Camp of Childersburg, AL and brothers, Joseph “Joey” (Linda) Fisher of Placerville, CA; Mike Parker of Semmes, AL; three nieces, Melanie, Catherine and Christine and two nephews, Tracy and Chuck; great-niece, Lindsey and great-nephew, Reese; special friends, Clay Hannah, Gary & Kay Saxon, Taylor Hood, Priscilla Duncan and many other cousins and close friends who were all like family to him as well.
A Celebration of Mike’s life will be held at 1:00pm, May 9, 2014, at Bear Point Civic Association, 4681 Bayshore Dr. North, Orange Beach, AL 36561. Expressions of condolence may be offered at www.hughesfh.com. Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home & Crematory, 7951 American Way, 36526.
My sympathy to the family. Soon all suffering will end, even death(Revelation 21:4).
Mike was my cousin and friend. He will be missed.
Rest in peace old friend. Mike lived life his way and to the fullest. My sympathies to the rest of his family.
Mike was a very special person to me in my life for 40 years. No one will ever know how much I missed Mike over the last couple of years or what happened to cause it. All I know is that he was and will forever be a very important person that was in my life. I will forever miss and love him! He will be greatly missed and in my thoughts daily. RIP Mike Fisher.
Mike was my cousin via his mother Catherine McKenna Fisher. He was my buddy back in the days of records and 8 track tapes. We went to concerts, movies and events together – wherever the city bus could take us. He did things his way, saw humor wherever he went, observed folks and could evaluate them better than any psychiatrist. May God bless. I miss you Mike.