Volume 52, Number 51

fourteen pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, December 18, 2014

Obituaries

Lloyd Coleman Fisher
September 5, 1922 - August 17, 2013

BYRDSTOWN--Lloyd Coleman Fisher, 90, Cordell Hull Memorial Dr., Byrdstown passed away Saturday, August 17, 2013 at the Livingston Regional Hospital.
He was born September 5, 1922 in Brown City, MI. to the late Alonzon and Amelia Lotz Fisher. Mr. Fisher was a member of the First Baptist Church in Warren, MI., a Veteran of WWII serving in the Army, past Minor League Baseball player with the Detroit Tigers and retired employee of Chrysler.
Other than his parents he is preceded in death by his wife, Iva Gore Shaver Fisher; two sisters, Gladys Burgess and Mavis Coulter; two brothers, William Elbert Fisher and Jule Fisher.
Survivors include daughter, Shirley Blaylock and husband Johnny of Dayton, OH; son, Donald Shaver and wife Shelba of Byrdstown; six grandchildren, Ricky and David Blaylock, Daniel, Pudge, Jimmy and Donald Shaver; numerous great-grandchildren; special niece, Pat Wilkerson of Davison, MI. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other family members and friends.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at Brown Funeral Chapel with Bro. John Cook officiating and burial a Goodhope Cemetery. Pallbearers were Daniel Shaver, Pudge Shaver, Samuel Shaver, David Dowdy, Rick Blaylock, David Blaylock, Jared Blaylock and Justin Blaylock. Special care provided by Brown Funeral Chapel.

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