Harry Albert Fisher was born August 22, 1929, on the family homestead on Charlie Creek, north of Sidney, Montana. He was one of 13 children born to Bill Bailey and Lucy Fisher. Harry died of Congestive Heart Failure and Lung Cancer on February 12, 2020
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Harry enlisted in the army at 17. Stateside he served at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal and at Ft. Warren. He was deployed to Germany with the Second Armored Cavalry to patroll the Czechoslovakian boarder and served as constabulary at several Displaced Peoples Camps. He was promoted to / discharged as a Staff Sergeant.
After his three years he was discharged and returned to the farm for a year before being recalled into service. The next three years were spent at Fort Lewis where he met and married Charmaine Snavely. Charmaine preceded Harry in death. He is survived by four children from this marriage: Tonia, Joan (Jack), Bill, and Jeff (Jan). John Strohecker (Debbie). His wife Sharon, their son Hugh (Jenny) and his stepchildren: Jim, Jeff, Mike, and Marci. 19 Grandchildren and 9 Great Grandchildren.
Harry was a General Agent for Kansas City Life Insurance Company and he dabbled in Real Estate.
He joined the Mason at Henry Green Lodge at Fort Lewis, Washington, and he had belonged to Ashler Lodge in Billings and to the Al Badoo Shrine.
The family would like to thank Stillwater Hospice for their compassion and guidance on this part of Harry’s journey.
Memorials can be sent to St. James Lutheran Church in Columbus, Montana.
Following Harry’s wishes there will be no public service.
Condolences may be shared online at www.smithfuneralchapels.com.