Warren Fisher

Obituary of Warren Raymond Fisher

UPDATED Service Information:

A Funeral Service will be held at 1:00 PM on Friday, September 10, 2021 at St. Michael Parish,  1505 13 St W, Prince Albert, SK

Guests in attendance are asked to please wear a  mask.

The service will also be livestreamed.  For those who wish to watch the service virtually, please click on the following link:


The video tribute can be viewed by following the link provided. https://youtu.be/hSfbNQfhyR8


It is with heavy hearts and the deepest love that we say goodbye to our dear husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle and friend.

Warren is survived by his wife of 57 years, Emilie; his daughter, Louella (Dale Baldhead) and their son Brett, their daughter Caitlyn (Jeremy) and their family Isobel, Kolt and Temperance, their son Zane and his son Kash; his daughter Kim (Derril Halcro), Kim’s daughters Lacey (Willis Sin) and their children Brantley, Reo and Willa, and Rayelle (Justin Hirtle); Derril’s children Celeste, Colton and Josh; his son Rod and his daughter Megan Bellerose (Dirk Verhage) and their family Faylen, Cael and Atreus; his daughter Shauna and her children Kyle, Rebecca (Matthew Fahey) and their family Maverick and Marlee; his son Wade (Nancy Stein) and their children Nathan and his daughter Evelyn, Hunter (Alex), Marshal (Rebecca), Cahill and Ford. Warren is also survived by his siblings Beverly, Fern (Howard Dugan), Lloyd (Heather), Florence Collin, Richard (Sharon), and Gary (Lorna); his sisters-in-law Karen, Cathy and Myrtle; Emilie’s siblings Ernestine, Julien (Claire), Natalie, Therese (Fred) and Albert (Bev).

He was predeceased by his parents Odile and Albert Fisher (Jr); his brothers Rupert and Wes; sister and brother-in-law Vivian and Ken Kerr; nephews, Lloyd Dugan and Chris Homer; mother and father-in-law Elmire and Ernest Paradis; Emilie’s siblings Ursula Patchin, Joseph, Remi, Marcien, Dennis, and Wilfred; and brother-in-law, Eugene Caisse.

Dad grew up on the family ranch just outside of Duck Lake in a large family of 6 brothers and 3 sisters. They raised cows and horses all of their lives and that is what Dad loved to do.

He attended school in Dorval (Duck Lake area) where he attended until grade 8 at which time he left to help on the family farm.

He married the love of his life, Emilie on May 20, 1963 in Duck Lake where they lived most of their life raising 5 children. They moved to their acreage in 1983 where Dad kept busy raising cattle and doing a lot of custom hay cutting and baling, etc…..

Dad took pride in all his hard work and instilled in all of us the meaning of hard work, honesty and respectfulness to everyone.

Dad looked forward to all our get togethers at the farm for Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter and any other reason to be together for some good card games and drinks.

To everyone who stopped by the farm for a visit, a meal, a drink, Dad always loved those visits.

In 2009, due to Dad’s health, they moved to MacDowell, where Mom still lives. Dad was in long-term care since August 2010, first at the Herb Bassett Home for a very short period. He spent the rest of his time at Mont St Joseph’s for the last 10 years, where he received the best care ever.

A very special Thank You to all the wonderful staff at Mont St Joseph’s for all their care and compassion for Dad while that was his home.

Donations in Warren’s memory may be made to the Mont St Joseph’s Foundation - 777 28th Street East, Prince Albert, SK S6V 8C2, or the Parkinson’s Society of Saskatoon - 2103 Airport Dr #110B, Saskatoon, SK S7L 6W2.

Family and friends wishing to send online condolences are welcome to visit www.beaulacfuneralhome.com. Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Beau “Lac” Funeral Home, Marianne Turcotte, Funeral Director, Prince Albert, SK 306-763-3322.

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Funeral Service

1:00 pm
Friday, September 10, 2021
St. Michael Parish
1505 13th Street West
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada
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