Robert (Bob) Elwood Fisher

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South Florida – Robert (Bob) Elwood Fisher, a current resident of South Florida, passed away suddenly on June 7th 2022. Robert was a long time resident of Broadalbin, New York. He was predeceased by his parents, Harry Eugene Fisher and Bertha Dempster. Bob owned Bob’s Auto Body Shop from 1966 to 1986, as well as A#1 Mobile Home Transport Service from 1980 to 2010. He was a long time volunteer firefighter at Broadalbin-Kennyetto Fire Department. Bob absolutely loved all things cars, trucks, racing and motorcycles. He was a legend in town for driving around his 1969 super sport El Camino. He was also an avid animal lover, and took great pride in his pet horses over the years. Bob is survived by his 4 beloved children: Penny Ann Zarcadoolas of West Palm Beach, Fl, Robert Elwood Fisher Jr. of Amsterdam, NY, Tracy Slezak, and Charles Fisher. He is also survived by 10 grandchildren.
Bob is still being recognized for his accomplishments in his life. His tow truck will be added as a display to the International Towing and Recovery Museum in Chattanooga, TN for generations to come. Bob’s legacy will live on forever, as he will also be inducted into the Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame to recognize his outstanding and exemplary contributions to the towing and recovery industry. He will take his final ride up to the Daytona International Speedway and his last trip to Graceland to visit The King in mid-July. In Lieu of flowers, please do an old fashioned burnout in Bob’s honor.
The Buxton & Bass Funeral Home & Crematory 30046 East State Rd. 78 Okeechobee, FL 34974 863-763-1994

By LH Staff

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