SHAMOKIN — Scott F. Fisher, 51, of 131 S. First St., passed away Friday, May 28, 2021, at his home.

He was born in Harrisburg, Feb. 22, 1970, a son of Margaret A. (Fisher) Latsha.

Scott met his wife, Donna (Bogush) Fisher, 33 years ago and finally hooked her to be his Sept. 22, 2007. He loved to ride his yellow Harley with Donna on the back.

Scott was an avid hunter, fisherman, “mushroom scavenger,” best friend and life of the party.

Scott is survived by his loving wife, Donna; his mother, Margaret Latsha; his stepfather, Roger; his brothers, Raymond Fisher and David Latsha; his sister, Nancy Ann (Long) and her husband, Ed; two aunts, Mary Witkoski and Elizabeth “Dee Dee” Fisher; two great aunts, Carol and Pat; four uncles, Raymond Fisher Jr., Larry Fisher, Bob Fisher and Michael Coroniti; his in-laws, Scott and Kimberly Reed and Amanda and Eric Kemble; his nephews, Scotty, Bradley (Cleatus), Cameron, Kyle and Cullan, JR and Charlie; his nieces, Brooke Latsha and Mrs. Brooke Norton; cousins; and his fur babies, Ava and Gizmo.

Scott was preceded in death by his grandmother, Nancy Coroniti; and his Pap, Raymond Fisher.

FISHER — Scott F. Fisher, 51, of 131 S. First St., Shamokin. A visitation for family and friends will be held from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday at the James Kelley Funeral Home, 1001 W. Arch St. at Maple Street, Coal Township. As an expression of sympathy, the family requests memorial contributions be made to the James Kelley Funeral Home. To share a memory or offer condolences, sign the guest book at www.jameskelleyfh.com. The Fisher family is being assisted by the James Kelley Funeral Home, James F. Kelley, director.

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