Eugene R. Fisher
Eugene R. "Gene" Fisher, 75, of Aston died on November 16, 2019 at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
He was born in Lewisburg, Pa., the first of his siblings to be born in a hospital, a son of the late Calvin C. and Katharine (Dietrich) Fisher. Gene resided in Levittown, Pa. before moving to Aston in 2012.

Gene was a 1960 graduate of Middleburg High School and attended Carnegie College and Temple Universities. Gene was a medical technologist for Quest Diagnostics for 43 years, retiring in 2016. He was the former owner of Flower World.
He was a member of Phi Delta Epsilon and the American Medical Technology Society and was president of the Fisher Family Reunion for 29 years.
Gene enjoyed scuba diving, snorkeling, traveling, gardening, antiquing, flea markets, panning for gems, Longwood Gardens, and following the financial world.

Gene is survived by his wife of four years, Tina M. Aulisa Fisher and their little boy Pug, Jacob; his children, Bruce D. Fisher and Julia Kathryn Jordan (Thomas); his grandchildren, Kevin Anthony Jordan (Cara) and Brian Christopher Jordan; his sisters, Phyllis Bilger and Nancy Balducci (Ed); his friend of 50 years, Jay Chauhan, and numerous other friends.

He was predeceased by his siblings, Calvin C. Fisher Jr. and Shirley Sellers.

Services will be private.

Memorial gifts may be made to American Lung Assn., 527 Plymouth Road, Suite 415, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462.

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Published on November 20, 2019

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Diana Johns
Nov 22, 2019
Love and sympathy across the miles and airways to "my" Fisher Family. Uncle Eugene, to me, will never be forgotten.
Dallas Fisher family
Nov 20, 2019
We share our sympathy with Eugene’s family. He was a driving force of the Fisher Reunion. We enjoyed talking and sharing with him each year. He will be missed on this earth.