Robert C. Fisher Jr. was born in Boston, Massachusetts on June 13th, 1952, the first child of Robert and Edna Fisher. After graduating from Boston Latin School he not only continued a love for music which he skillfully expressed through the piano, he more importantly chose to express his ongoing love of Christ by continuing his education at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. In 1981 he graduated with a Masters of Divinity degree.
After retiring from more than twenty years of work as a social worker and State probation officer in 2014, he happily set out to work towards fulfilling a few of his dreams. The dream of writing a book came to fruition in 2015 with the completion of "Savage Seven Eve" a historical fiction novel that begins to encompass the period of Biblical end time prophecy known as the Great Tribulation Period.
While beginning formal music lessons to learn to play the bass guitar, he also began a series of appearances on Rev. Bruce Walls well regarded outreach ministry "The Boston Praise Radio and TV Network" shining the light on a wide range of the social issues that continue to plague our country, from a Biblical perspective.
After a valiant fight against the ravages of a cancer entering its final stages, "Robbie" (as our family called him), surrounded by loving family members, passed peacefully thru deaths gate to be reunited with our loving parents in their worship of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Robert is survived by his brothers Dennis, Stephen and David and his ex-wife Heather Worrell-Fisher, their children Janay and Kent as well as his first grandchild Ta'Miez.