May 12, 1948 - May 24, 2018
Alan Curtis Fisher passed away Thursday, May 24, 2018 at his home in Trail, surrounded by his wife, Carla, and his stepchildren. He also received hospice care.
Alan was born May 12, 1948 in Seattle, Washington to Frank and Thelma Fisher. He was the youngest of three children. The family moved to Long Beach, California and later to Bellflower, where Alan attended junior high and high school, graduating from Mayfair High School in Lakewood, California in 1966.
He married Connie Prows in 1968, and they had a family of four children. Alan was employed by Douglas Aircraft in Lakewood and later at the Long Beach Shipyard.
In 1980, the family moved to Medford, Oregon, where Alan was employed by General Services Administration (GSA) as a mechanic in the motor pool. He enjoyed restoring old cars in his spare time and belonged to the Kaiser-Frazier Club in Southern California. After moving to Medford, he joined the Old Timer's Car Club. He restored two Model T’s to mint condition. He also enjoyed fishing and had a boat docked at Winchester Bay and later at Brookings. After retiring from GSA, he built and flew radio controlled planes, including an ultra-light plane that could be manned.
Alan and Connie divorced in 2000, and he married Carla Smith in 2007. He is survived by his wife, Carla; stepchildren, Travis, Curtis, Jesica, Kristina, and Sarah; and nine step-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brother, Frank Fisher; sister, Lee Ann Fisher; his first wife, Connie Fisher Crooks; his four children, Janet, David, Joyce, and Diane; and four grandchildren, Levi, Kara, Grace, and Coby. There will be a celebration of life to be held at Lost Creek.