John 'Jack' Fisher (19 Jun 1925 - 7 Jan 2022)

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Location
Poole Crematorium Gravel Hill Broadstone BH17 9BQ
Date
31st Jan 2022
Time
12pm
Funeral Director
Nicholas O’Hara Funeral Directors Ltd, Wimborne

In loving memory of John 'Jack' Fisher who sadly passed away on 7th January 2022.
A much loved dad to Michelle and also David, grandfather to Daniel and uncle to many.
A former footballer for Millwall, AFC Bournemouth and Poole Town FC.

Ian Fisher donated in memory of John

In loving memory of dear Uncle Jack. Wonderful memories. Sadly missed, but not forgotten. With all our love. Ian, Eileen & Family xxx

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Kim Fisher-Graves wrote

In loving memory of our dear Uncle Jack so many wonderful memories and now reunited with his siblings forever in our hearts and prayers,
Kim Mick and family,
Xxx

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Susan Traynor donated £50 in memory of John
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Susan Traynor wrote

Such fond and happy memories Jack. A great friend to all our family, always kind, helpful, generous and fun to be with. Miss your stories of the old days, football related or otherwise! A true diamond, we will always remember you. God bless,
Love from the Cole and the Traynor family xxx

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Lisa Nichols donated £50 in memory of John
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Roger Taylor donated £50 in memory of John

Many early childhood memories.
Much loved and sorely missed.
Roger Taylor and family x

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Roger Taylor wrote

Dear Johnny
So many childhood memories from being pageboy at your wedding, family days at Sandbanks and you trying to improve my footballing skills.
Much loved and sorely missed by myself and all the family.
Roger Taylor xx

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Lisa Nichols wrote

Dear Uncle Johnny

I have wonderful memories of so many happy days on the beach, picnics and family holidays. What fun we had. You were a very big part of my life and thank you for making those times together so special. Forever in my heart x x

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martin dean wrote

Uncle Jack , Oh what days we had at Sandbanks waiting for the tide to go out so we could play beach footy , picnics at Badbury Rings to the radio playing Beatles , Stones , Procol Harum what days they were thankyou Uncle Jack well missed , never forgotten .

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John at St Margarets Road with Percy, Matt, Phil, Eileen, Joan

John at St Margarets Road with Percy, Matt, Phil, Eileen, Joan

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Eileen, Maureen & John

Eileen, Maureen & John

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Family Christmas lunch with John, Mum and the Deakins.

Family Christmas lunch with John, Mum and the Deakins.

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Jason Knight wrote

Dear Johnnie, thinking of you and the happy times spent in your company, particularly the testimonial Southampton match at Poole stadium in honour of you, and when you stood in for my Dad at my 21st birthday. Happy memories to remember you by love Jason

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Judi Knight wrote

Jonnnie I will never forget
All the Happy times we all had as a family. Love and miss you Always Judi xx ❤️🙏

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Anthony O'Hara wrote

Remembering Jack with much fondness, for his friendship with my grandparents and his love and excitement for the beautiful game. Always a huge smile. 💙🙏

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  • Remembering Jack Fisher from the early days with 'Michelle and the Reason Why' and of course for our chats about Footy, one of life's gentlemen. RIP! Steve Ball

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