Henry Karson Fisher, “Karson”, 30 of Pendleton died Friday July 27, 2018 at his home. He was born May 8, 1988. A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday August 3, 2018 at 2:00 pm. At First Christian Church, 215 N Main St. Pendleton Or. 97801 On the afternoon of July 27th, 2018 Henry Karson Fisher, 30, of Pendleton Oregon, left this world far too soon. Karson was born May 8th, 1988 in Eugene, OR to Kent and Valerie Fisher. The Fishers moved to Pendleton when Karson was 3 years old and that is where Karson spent his life until the time of his passing. Karson was a lifelong Oregon Ducks fan, skateboarding ninja, lover of cats, music, and corner pieces of cake. He enjoyed his work in retail and was known to his co-workers and customers as a hardworking, fun loving guy who would always offer words of encouragement and do his best to make sure you left happier than when you arrived. To his family Karson was known to be a passionate force whose stubbornness is, and always will be, legendary. Anyone who truly knew Karson would tell you that his most remarkable characteristic had to be his kind heart and ability to make others laugh. Nowhere in his life was this more apparent than in his relationship with his children. The true tragedy in his death will be that his two precious children will never again get to play with their father and know the depths of his love and devotion to them. Karson’s family and friends will miss him every hour of every day, and while many have expressed that Karson is now in a better place, those of us who love him cannot help but wish that he was still here with us; laughing with his children, making silly jokes, and even stirring up a little trouble from time to time…..like only Karson could. I wish Karson could have loved himself as much as he loved others, and as much as we all loved him. We are comforted at this time only by the knowledge that he was welcomed into the kingdom of heaven with open arms by our beloved Grandma Rusty and Grandpa Lloyd. As I look towards heaven and pray for solace, I will forever see your sweet mischievous smile looking back at me as you climb the fence and head to the other side without us. If love was enough, you would have lived forever. Karson leaves behind two precious children, Lydia May Henderson and Henry Justin Redmond-Fisher. He is survived by his parents Kent and Valerie Fisher, his brother Lloyd Zane and his sister Nici Barber, and his two Grandmothers Gwenn Fisher and Martha Lou Price. He was also survived by an extensive amount of cousins, aunts, uncles and extended family members. He was predeceased in death by his Nana and Papa Mary Elizabeth and William Daniel Price, Great Grandmother Ada Barleen, his Grandmother Shirley May “Rusty” Fisher, Grandfathers Lloyd K Fisher and Robert Daniel Price and his Uncle Mel Levi Price.
Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Henry Karson Fisher 2018.
Death notice for the town of: Pendleton, state: Oregon