Ni­cholas J. Fisher


The Washington Post Sunday - - LOCAL OPINIONS - — Emma Brown

Ni­cholas J. Fisher, 90, who worked for Ot­ten­berg’s Bak­ery in Washington for 30 years, died Dec. 28 of heart dis­ease at a hos­pi­tal in Columbia, Mo.

Mr. Fisher be­gan at Ot­ten­berg’s as a truck driver, de­liv­er­ing bread, and be­came a sales su­per­vi­sor be­fore he re­tired in the early 1980s.

In re­tire­ment, he moved from Hy­attsville to Martins­burg, W.Va., where he lived un­til mov­ing to Mis­souri in 2007.

Ni­cholas John Fisher was born in Waco, Tex., and moved to Washington when he was 10.

He grad­u­ated from Gon­zaga Col­lege High School in the District and drove street­cars in the city as a young man.

Sur­vivors in­clude his wife of 63 years, Anna Wall Fisher of Columbia, Mo.; two chil­dren, John Al­lan Fisher of Columbia, Mo., and Denise Brady of El­li­cott City; six grand­chil­dren; and six great-grand­chil­dren.

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