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 Albert Fisher

Albert Fisher

Death 28 Jun 1917 (aged 64)
Hot Lake, Union County, Oregon, USA
Burial Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA
Plot M_197_12
Memorial ID 153867 · View Source
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Obituary ~ The Logan Replublican, Logan, Cache, Utah, Saturday, June 30, 1917

"Albert Fisher sole owner of the A. Fisher Brewing company of Salt Lake and one of the heaviest holders of real estate in Salt Lake, died on Thursday at the Hot Lake Sanitarium, Hot Lake, Ore., where he had gone for a treatment for rheumatism. The remains will be buried Sunday."

Obituary ~ Deseret News, Thursday June 28, 1917, Page 2, Col. 2

Albert Fisher, president of the A. Fisher Brewing company, died this morning in a sanitarium at Hot Lakes, Or., where he went two weeks ago to undergo treatment for rheumatism. The telegram which conveyed the news of his death to members of the family, said Mr. Fisher died of inflammation of the kidneys and that he passed away at 7 o'clock.

Upon receipt Wednesday of a telegram that Mr. Fisher was near death, his wife and son, Frank A. Fisher, left last night at 11:45 o'clock for Portland. They are on the train today and they do not know yet of the death of the husband and father.
Albert Fisher was born in Germany in 1852. He came to Utah in the early '70's, and this had ever since been his home. In addition to his brewery interests Mr. Fisher was the owner of Salt Lake real estate and had numerous business connections.
He is survived by his wife and the following children: Mrs. Fred Davidson, Frank A., Albert B. and Carl A. Fisher.

No funeral arrangements have been made, members of the family here saying they await word from their mother and brother."

Funeral Services ~ Deseret News, Monday, 2 July, 1917, Page 2, Col. 7

"Albert Fisher - More than 300 friends and lodge members were in attendance at the funeral of Albert Fisher, which was held from the residence Sunday afternoon.
The services were conducted by Salt Lake lodge of Pike No. 35, of which order Mr. Fisher was a prominent member. The Elks requiem service was read by W. Harry Nightengale, exalted ruler of the lodge, and the Rev. P.A. Simpkin delivered the eulogy.
The parlors of the Fisher home were banked with flowers, three automobiles having been required to convey them to the house. The floral gifts were from the Elks and business friends and admirers. During the service the Orpheus quartet sang, "Abide With Me", "Lead Kindly Light" and "Rock of Ages".
Interment was at Mt. Olivet, the Rev. P.A. Simpkin officiating at the grave. The pallbearers were former friends and lodge members. Those officiating were Robert Marsh, John Dern, Richard Kletting, Thomas Kearns, J.C. Lynch and B.W. Madsen.
The funeral cortege was unusually long; fully 200 automobiles being in line."

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  • Maintained by: Susan
  • Originally Created by: Utah State Historical Society
  • Added: 2 Feb 2000
  • Find A Grave Memorial 153867
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Albert Fisher (Oct 1852–28 Jun 1917), Find A Grave Memorial no. 153867, citing Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah, USA ; Maintained by Susan (contributor 47026796) .