Devin M. Fisher

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died February 13, 2020

Devin M. Fisher, age 18, of Escanaba, passed away at his home on February 13, 2020.

Devin was born October 29, 2001, in Escanaba, MI, the son of Josh and Jamie (Smith) Fisher. He attended Escanaba Area High School. Devin was an exceptional hockey player, and was a former team member of the Escanaba Varsity Ice Hockey Team. He also enjoyed snowboarding, working on dirt bikes and cars, and also tinkering with computers. He was known to have the best smile in the world, beautiful dimples and he gave exceptional hugs. Devin was very giving, caring, and would always give a helping hand to anyone in need. Devin will be deeply missed by so many.

Devin is survived by his parents, Josh and Jamie Fisher, brother Dallin Fisher, sisters Ariah and Averyanna Fisher, paternal grandparents Dan (Ellen) Fisher and Carol (Joseph) Wolfe, maternal grandparents Leonard & Donna Smith. Uncles Ian and Andy Fisher, Joey Wolfe, Craig Smith, and Clinton Smith, as well as aunts Janie Rodman, Jordan Winling, and JuliAnn McKeage. He is also survived by numerous cousins.

The Fisher family will receive friends on Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2020 at the Grace Church in Gladstone from 3:00 until 6:00 PM, with funeral services beginning at 6:00 PM with Pastor Jon Potes officiating. There will be a luncheon in the church hall following services. Devin will be laid to rest in Gardens of Rest Cemetery.

22 Tributes for “Devin M. Fisher

    Josh & Jamie – We were shocked to read of Devin’s death on Facebook. We just want you to know that we are uplifting your family in prayers and sending hugs your way. May God give you strength to get through the upcoming days and weeks.

    May God give you strength and comfort. He was a great brother. Always carrying Dallin on his shoulders. I loved seeing how much he loved his family. I will miss him dearly.

    So Very Very Sorry for your Loss❤️ May God Bless your family and May Devin rest In Our Lord Jesus arms in Peace Always ❤️✝️

    As always there are No Words I can say to bring you and your family comfort. Just know that my heart ❤️ hurts for all of you. And only God has the answer to your question. RIP Dear Boy.

    Hey I was a student at Escanaba alternative and Devin was a friend there for me when no one else was there, he was there for me when I felt the lowest and it’s insane to find out he’s gone. Rest In Peace Devin. Never forget, rest easy brother.

    Devin sure kept our neighborhood interesting and lively, from chasing chickens to breaking the sound barrier on his dirt bike down 10th Ave. His grin was so contagious so even if you were exasperated with him you couldn’t help but smile back! My favorite memory of him is when one Halloween he was dressed as the ‘Scream’ character in a scary mask and he frightened my two-year-old granddaughter into screaming herself. He got down on one knee, took off the mask and gently talked to her until she was smiling again. He had a heart and wasn’t afraid to show it. Take those memories and hold them tight. They’re the ones that count. Our heartfelt prayers are heading your way.

    Devin you will never be forgotten. You will always hold a special place in Annie’s heart. Love you Devin.


    Jamie, Josh and family,
    Please know that people love you and people are praying all over the country for you all to have peace. Peace knowing that God is with you during this hard time and that He will never leave you. Praying hard.❤❤

    I am so sorry for your loss of dear Devin. I help with the scoring at the race track and he was such a special young man. I always enjoyed chatting with him and he was spot on with what was happening on the track and the computers. I am keeping all of you in my thoughts and prayers.

    I’m Danny and Laura Biffle’s cousin, and I have never met you. I just wanted you to know I’m so heartbroken that you guys are going through this. My son and Devin are only a few weeks in age and like Devin my son plays hockey. I can’t fathom what you are going through. We are praying for your entire family daily. God bless you and lots of love.

    Dear Jamie and Family,
    My heart is so very sad for you. I wish I had words to help heal and comfort your grieving family. You are loved by many who share your pain.

    My condolences,
    Sue & Dave Bougie

    My heart goes out to your family. I am beyond shocked and heartbroken to have heard what has happened to such a wonderful young man. Prayers and many blessings sent from our family to yours

    So sorry for your loss devin was a great friend to my son Cody he will never be forgotten he was so full of life that’s how I will remember him.

    My heart goes out to Jamie, Josh and siblings of their loved one, Devin. Jamie, Jim and I are there for you when we get home from Arizona in mid April. As you know, we too lost our previous son, Jimmy 19 years ago, although it seems like yesterday. We can reassure you Devin is on the other side with Jesus. What has been left behind is a family with broken hearts. We are there for you, to cry, share stories of your beautiful son and let you know what lies ahead for a family in grief and a mother who has lost the son she created and carried in her womb. God give you all strength. I am sorry beyond words….

    My heart goes out to your whole family. I hate knowing that this happened to all of you. I can’t imagine the sleepless nights and thoughts off what if that all of you have. When we say “God is in control” how can we understand something like this! They say God weeps when we cry.
    Your son sounds like he had everything and yet it wasn’t everything. I know times are hard, but God will guide you through the pain of missing him.

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