Steven C. Fischer
June 9, 1952 - April 17, 2006
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Appleton, WI 54911
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Kaukauna, WI 54130
Peshtigo Riverside Cemetery
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Peshtigo, WI 54157
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Steven Fischer, age 53, passed away Monday, April 17, 2006 at the Cherry Meadows Hospice. Steve was born in Appleton on June 9, 1952, and was a graduate of Appleton West High School. He received his degree from the University of Wisconsin, and also held a Masters Degree in Library Science from the University of…

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Michael Hill left a message on April 6, 2009:
Steve-You were the first friend I made when I moved from Los Angeles in 1968. I always appreciated that since I didn't know a soul. We didn't see as much of each other when you went to college and I stayed in Appleton, but everytime you were home we would manage to see one another. I didn't see much of you over the past few years but talked to you on the phone often. I have so many memories of you. All were full of fun and laughter. There was the time after the Sod Games that we went swimming in the quarry after playing softball for hours. Many of us jumped in the water with nothing on but a smile, but when it was time to get out we weren't quite sure what to do. You had no problem. You just walked out of the water, went to get your towel and even chatted a little before you got to your towel. Then there was the double-doubler-blitz crack my wife put on you when we were playing Sheepshead at Lee St. Luckily we were only playing for nickels. I think you lost 128 (nickels) on that hand. We even wrote it on the 2X10 rafters in my basement. When we talked a month ago you told me I was lucky to have what I have. We both know that I had something to do with that but I think you were telling me that there was a higher power that put you there and me here. I think you were feeling, "why did God put me here". We could have talked forever and not figured that out. I wish you hadn't felt that though. I hope that you are at peace now and can take a couple of deep breathes. Now that you, Jack, Carl, and my Mom are together and probably already have a marathon sheepshead game going remember: My MOM always picks weak and then when you pick, she will set you. GOOD BYE MY FRIEND and thanks for the good times. I hope I gave you some laughs as well. Mike Hill
Larry Voelker left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Steve, Let's now take time to remember: the trips to the horse and dog tracks with Jack; the many hours spent playing poker and sheephead; the all-too-occasional escapades on the golf course (you insisted on only playing in perfect weather); the circus atmosphere of the Sod Games; Badger football games; and just hanging out, watching sports, and talking stupid. I certainly miss that, Steve. I trust that you have now found peace. Larry Voelker
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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