Floyd  Fisher
Floyd Carl Fisher, 62, lost his fight against lung cancer on Saturday, October 5, 2019. He was born December 13, 1956, in Joplin, to Gene Fisher and Cecelia (Wiggins) Fisher.
After graduating from Joplin Parkwood in 1975, he earned a degree in Wastewater Management from Crowder College, attended dental college in California, returning to take over his father's denture business.
He was a longtime member and PER of Joplin Elks Lodge #501. His most favorite pastime was fishing with his kids and watching Mizzou, St. Louis Cardinals, KC Chiefs and golfing with his best bud, Tommy Hempen.
Floyd is survived by his wife, Julie Goswick Fisher; his mother, Cecelia Fisher. Children, Stephaney McKinney Harris (Mike), Lindsay Reed Mettach (Eric) and Matthew McKinney. Brother, Rick Fisher (Coley); sister, Liz Mascher (David); mother-in-law, Judy Turner; and grandchildren, Jaelee Mettach, Jaxten McKinney, baby Harris, due in January; and many nieces, nephews.
He was predeceased by his father, Gene; father-in-law, Gary Goswick; sister-in-laws, Janie Parker and Janet Buening; niece, Leiton Goswick Carr.
Private services will be held at a later date.
Published on October 10, 2019


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Linda Scheurich
Oct 12, 2019
I am so very sorry for your loss. My husband Les, who also passed away May 7,2016 knew Floyd so well He was also one of the "Thursday night guys sit around the fire" with Wayne.
Eric Wood told me about Floyds passing or I wouldn't have known. Again I am so very sorry for your loss
Linda Scheurich