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Johnnie Lee Fisher, Jr

March 19, 1989 ~ December 26, 2020 (age 31)

Obituary

REFLECTION of LIFE
Johnnie Lee Fisher, Jr. was born on March 19, 1989, in Winter Garden,
FL, to Irene D. Foster and the late Johnnie Lee Fisher, Sr. He relocated
to Orlando, Florida.
He was an extremely happy, joyful person and showed so much love
to everyone. To everyone, it was something about him, he was special.
His style was out this world, dress code stayed on point. As a child,
he could not leave for school without a crease in his pants; he used
to pay his sister to help crease his clothes. Being underdressed was
unacceptable; he just always wanted to walk out presentable. Johnnie
started his education at Grand Avenue Elementary, in the Paramore
area, Orlando, FL. His completed his education at Olympia High
School, located in the Windermere, FL.
Johnnie loved to be the go-to person whenever you needed him. He
wanted to see everyone happy. One thing he could never forget was to
never leave his mother out on any holiday, especially Valentine’s Day.
Before anyone else, he would have her a basket. He loved his mother
dearly, no one could ever change that. Coming home after serving
almost 8 years, when he saw his mom after all that time, he was like a
little boy again. He had a shy look on his face like he was being born
again. He hugged her so tight and they both rocked from side to side
holding one another.
His three beautiful children were his entire world. He made sure he
kept smiles on their faces. Being a father was his number one priority.
He granted every wish they had; he was Santa every day for them.
He gave the world another spitting image of him - his son; they are
identical. He loved his siblings; his sister was his world. He knew
he could call her for anything. He made sure she was mentally and
emotional stable. He acted like she was his child. Even if he couldn’t
practice what he preached, he wanted her to stay on the right path and
be successful in life. He wanted her to stay close to their mom. His
legacy will live on forever through his family.
He leaves to mourn: a son, Johnnie Lee Fisher III, and two daughters,
John’naysia T. Fisher and John’nesia D. Fisher; his mother, Irene D.
Foster; brother, Vernon L. Foster-Brother; sister, Dorian L. Brown;
nephew, Carter L Foster; godbrother, G’mari Williams; stepfather,
Enoch Vernon; aunt, Mae Frances Beasley; uncle, Oscar Foster, Jr.;
cousin, Latarsha Fisher; and a host of family and friends.

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