5-7:00 P.M. on Monday, February 2, 2015 at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.
Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.
Victor, 76, ascended into heaven on Friday, January 30, 2015, at Golden Living Center, Moorhead Mn.
Victor Fischer was born November 21, 1938 in Campbell County, SD, to George and Magdalena Fischer. He attended school in Ashley, SD.
Victor married Lucille Nelson on January 12, 1961 in Fargo, ND. They had one daughter,
Brenda (Brian Hakanson) of Richmond Hill Ga. His grandchildren are Christopher, Stephen, and Nikolas.
Victor worked at several car dealerships in the Fargo Moorhead area winning numerous sales awards throughout his many years. He later decided to enter the world of self employment and began his own mini donut business making and selling donuts out of a small camper trailer. Brenda had fun eating donuts/helping him when she was in town. He later began lawn and snow removal services. Finally Victor went to work for the Fargo Public School District until he retired.
Victor most cherished things in his life were his cats and the love of cars. He enjoyed races, fishing and keeping up with all sports on TV. He especially enjoyed walking, biking, and loved eatting food.
Victor is survived by his daughter Brenda; three grandchildren Christopher (Scarlette), Stephen (Caroline), and Nikolas; his brothers Gordon and Albert and their families. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and six brothers.
In lieu of flowers, PLEASE send memorials to Cat’s Cradle in memory of Victor Fischer as he so loved his cat Suzie.
“They more than appreciate all the donations they can get.”
Cat’s Cradle in Fargo
Fargo, North Dakota 58103
A heartfelt thank you goes to Gordon Fischer and his children, Michael Fischer (and family) and Christy Winter (and Family), and Eva Fredrickson, with whom wrapped him in love, protected him, and took special care of him. Grateful thanks to his dear friend Ronald Oye and the residents of Arrowhead apt for the care, meals, transportation, and support they gave Victor throughout the years.