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Louis Merle “Louie” Fischer

Birth
Fremont, Dodge County, Nebraska, USA
Death
13 Apr 2018 (aged 89)
Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, USA
Burial
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska, USA
Memorial ID
188892011 View Source

Louis was born to Ernest & Anna (Scholl) Fischer, the youngest of 6 sons. He grew up on the family farm about 8 miles east of Winslow, NE. He attended Hancock School through 8th grade, as his father needed him on the farm, due to his older brothers serving in World War II or building war planes.
Louis was drafted into the Army and served in the 45th Infantry Division, Thunderbirds during the Korean War. After being discharged, he went to work for Farmers Equipment Company. In 1960, he went into business for himself buying the Northside Repair and Machine Shop in Blair.
In 1995, he sold his business and retired.
Louie enjoyed NASCAR Racing, competitive shooting and Western Novels, especially Louis L'Amour and Zane Grey. With his brother, Ben, they owend a stock car which they raced in the Arlington and Blair area in the early mid 1950's.
Louie was a life long member of the American Legion and VFW of Blair and a member of the Omaha Legion Post #1 Rifle Club.

Preceded by:
Parents: Ernest & Anna Fischer
Brothers: Robert, Donald, Eugene, Benjamin and Howard
Nephew: Harlen Fischer

Survived by:
Nieces and Nephews
Sister in law: Yash Fischer
Many loved ones

Omaha World Herald
Campbell Aman Funeral Home
April 2018

Louis was born to Ernest & Anna (Scholl) Fischer, the youngest of 6 sons. He grew up on the family farm about 8 miles east of Winslow, NE. He attended Hancock School through 8th grade, as his father needed him on the farm, due to his older brothers serving in World War II or building war planes.
Louis was drafted into the Army and served in the 45th Infantry Division, Thunderbirds during the Korean War. After being discharged, he went to work for Farmers Equipment Company. In 1960, he went into business for himself buying the Northside Repair and Machine Shop in Blair.
In 1995, he sold his business and retired.
Louie enjoyed NASCAR Racing, competitive shooting and Western Novels, especially Louis L'Amour and Zane Grey. With his brother, Ben, they owend a stock car which they raced in the Arlington and Blair area in the early mid 1950's.
Louie was a life long member of the American Legion and VFW of Blair and a member of the Omaha Legion Post #1 Rifle Club.

Preceded by:
Parents: Ernest & Anna Fischer
Brothers: Robert, Donald, Eugene, Benjamin and Howard
Nephew: Harlen Fischer

Survived by:
Nieces and Nephews
Sister in law: Yash Fischer
Many loved ones

Omaha World Herald
Campbell Aman Funeral Home
April 2018


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