Ralph Leonard Fisher

September 29, 1931 – January 19, 2021


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Ralph Leonard Fisher

Beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather and Great-grandfather.

Ralph was originally from the Kelso – Longview area, where he lived the first part of his life, and where he met his soul mate and wife of 70 years Lavon (Bonnie) Davies-Fisher. Ralph and Bonnie moved to Kirkland, Washington in 1961 and made Kirkland their forever home.

Ralph was in the Air Force and served in the Korean war, followed by a long career at the Boeing Company as a Space and Aeronautical Engineer. He was a mathematician and loved solving complex mathematical equations.

Ralph was an enthusiastic outdoors-man; He loved camping, fishing and hunting. Ralph and Bonnie enjoyed traveling in their retirement years, and had many adventures and stories to share with their family and friends about their travels to other parts of the world. He also cherished his canine fur kids, and was always happiest when he had a home filled with their unconditional love.

Ralph is survived by his beloved wife Lavon (Bonnie), his sister Betty Coulombe of Longview, Washington, his daughter Susan Weeks, his two sons Ralph Jeffrey Fisher, and Gregory Scott (Pamela) Fisher. He is also survived by seven grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren.

Ralph will be remembered as a very intelligent man with a quick wit and sense of humor. A man with a big heart and a love for his family and canine friends.


One Response to “Ralph Leonard Fisher”

  • Michell mazo says:

    thank you for raising the best man of all, who was your son jeff, he was the best thing that happened in my life, and with him he took half of me, thank you sir for giving me the love of my life

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