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16.12.1940 – 24.7.2022 Dearly loved husband of Judy for 57 years. Father of Paul and Jo. Father- in-law of Alison and Pete. Proud Poppa of Ellie, Pippi, Hannah, Lachie, Emily, John and Sia.

Thank you for the lifetime of treasured memories. Strong values and unconditional love to us all. You will be sadly missed.

Rest peacefully now.

A Celebration of Ian's life will be held on Friday 19th August at Mounts Bay Sailing Club at 2.00pm.

Published 30th Jul, 2022
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  • FISHER IAN The anchor's dropped, the sails are furled and the log's been written. Sculling across the bay to welcome you is Nan, Dick, Mum and JB. Better make sure the drinks are cold and the kettle's on. Sympathy and Condolences to Judy, Jo, Paul and families.

    Rick, Di, Joel and Scott.

    Fair seas and a stiff breeze.

    Monday, 1 August 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • FISHER IAN Fond memories of a loved nephew to Wendy Rule (nee Barham) and cousin to John, Jeff and Scott Barham. Thoughts go out to Judy and the extended Fisher clan.

    Monday, 1 August 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • FISHER IAN The Claremont Football Club offers its sincere condolences to Judy and members of the Fisher family. Ian was part of our famous 1964 League Premiership, and in retirement spent a decade as a valued club volunteer. He will be missed.

    Claremont Football Club

    Tuesday, 2 August 2022 Published in The West Australian

    It is with much sorrow we bid farewell to Ian. He was a fine friend and accomplished seaman. Over the years we have spent many enjoyable sea miles together with many a yarn been told. Our sincerest condolences to Judy, Paul and Joanne and their families.

    From Bob and the Crew of Illusion (Allan, Derik, Martin, Mike, Paul and Warren).

    Sail on forever "Fish" with a fair breeze over your shoulder to accompany you. You will always be in our thoughts.

    Saturday, 30 July 2022 Published in The West Australian