Henry Karson Fisher

Born: Sun., May 8, 1988
Died: Fri., Jul. 27, 2018


Celebration of Life

2:00 PM Fri., Aug. 03, 2018
Location: First Christian Church Pendleton


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Henry Karson Fisher, "Karson", 30 of Pendleton died Friday July 27, 2018 at his home. He was born May 8, 1988. A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday August 3, 2018 at 2:00 pm. At First Christian Church, 215 N Main St. Pendleton Or. 97801

On the afternoon of July 27th, 2018 Henry Karson Fisher, 30, of Pendleton Oregon, left this world far too soon. Karson was born May 8th, 1988 in Eugene, OR to Kent and Valerie Fisher. The Fishers moved to Pendleton when Karson was 3 years old and that is where Karson spent his life until the time of his passing. Karson was a lifelong Oregon Ducks fan, skateboarding ninja, lover of cats, music, and corner pieces of cake. He enjoyed his work in retail and was known to his co-workers and customers as a hardworking, fun loving guy who would always offer words of encouragement and do his best to make sure you left happier than when you arrived. To his family Karson was known to be a passionate force whose stubbornness is, and always will be, legendary. Anyone who truly knew Karson would tell you that his most remarkable characteristic had to be his kind heart and ability to make others laugh. Nowhere in his life was this more apparent than in his relationship with his children. The true tragedy in his death will be that his two precious children will never again get to play with their father and know the depths of his love and devotion to them. Karson’s family and friends will miss him every hour of every day, and while many have expressed that Karson is now in a better place, those of us who love him cannot help but wish that he was still here with us; laughing with his children, making silly jokes, and even stirring up a little trouble from time to time…..like only Karson could. I wish Karson could have loved himself as much as he loved others, and as much as we all loved him. We are comforted at this time only by the knowledge that he was welcomed into the kingdom of heaven with open arms by our beloved Grandma Rusty and Grandpa Lloyd. As I look towards heaven and pray for solace, I will forever see your sweet mischievous smile looking back at me as you climb the fence and head to the other side without us. If love was enough, you would have lived forever. Karson leaves behind two precious children, Lydia May Henderson and Henry Justin Redmond-Fisher. He is survived by his parents Kent and Valerie Fisher, his brother Lloyd Zane and his sister Nici Barber, and his two Grandmothers Gwenn Fisher and Martha Lou Price. He was also survived by an extensive amount of cousins, aunts, uncles and extended family members. He was predeceased in death by his Nana and Papa Mary Elizabeth and William Daniel Price, Great Grandmother Ada Barleen, his Grandmother Shirley May “Rusty” Fisher, Grandfathers Lloyd K Fisher and Robert Daniel Price and his Uncle Mel Levi Price.

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Terrie J Evans
   Posted Tue July 31, 2018
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sincerely Terrie Evans

The Winnet Family
   Posted Tue July 31, 2018
You were just as much a part of our family as your own. You will be missed, I wished you could have seen and felt the true value of your worth. To the Fisher family, my heart goes out to each of you and hope you find answers one day. I will be thinking of you as you walk thru this unexpected journey.

Trish Houtz (Pratt)
   Posted Tue July 31, 2018
Val and Kent, I never knew your son but my heart goes out to you both as his loving parents. Growing up with Val, I know she is an extremely loving and caring person. May God help your hearts heal and give you peace.

Patrick Conrad
   Posted Tue July 31, 2018
I'm deeply sorry for your loss , I'm here for anything you guys need...

Natasha Conrad
   Posted Tue July 31, 2018
In just the three short years we got to know karson he made himself a home deep in our hearts. If there is anything you guys ever need from us we are here. Karson would have given the shirt off his back if he thought we needed it. An amazing soul. We are forever greatful for just the privilege to have him in our lives.

Shannon Powell
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
My heart breaks for your family right now. I love you dearly Val.

Jesselee
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
You were a great father, brother, son and friend.

Cari Warren
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
What an incredible tribute and such real and heartfelt words that are so true. Lydia and Henry, who are loved so much, will have to learn of their fathers love from us that know how much he loved them. My thoughts and prayers to you through this difficult time.

Jessica Torres
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
I knew Karson for years an living in Pendleton we would always cross paths after high school. He was a great friend and a happy soul. He left this world to early. My prayers go out to his friends and family. I'm lucky to have been given the opportunity to have known him. He will be greatly missed.

Crystal Harsin
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
Sending my thoughts and prayers to Kent, Valerie, and the rest of the family. May memories of Karson bring a smile to your faces in this difficult time.

Sarah frankford
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
My prayers to your family at this time karson was one of the sweetest souls ive ever had the pleasure to hang out with.

Patricia Cunha
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
Kent & Valerie, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your son Karson! I know his grandma Rusty is squeezing him tight right now! I’m praying for you to receive the strength you need & that your memories will carry you through this sad time! My thoughts & prayers are with you! ❤️ Joe & Patti Cunha

Kevin Smith
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
My condolences for your loss. I'm praying for you and your family.

Joe Kanclerz
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
Kent and Val,

Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time as always. All our love,

Joe and Lisa Kanclerz

Kent
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
Karson

We are spinning, we are falling; there in no up, there is no down.
When his mother called and told me, I fell further than the ground.

I've met this menace called Grief before; it tried to consume me.
But I was unaware those rounds were merely Anguish's trifling warning.

In this horrible blinding maelstrom, I can see his mother's pain-struck face.
It's a gauntlet through which we must travel to escape despair's embrace.

I will struggle, I will drop, but I will battle back to my feet.
His mother needs me, I need her as well, we'll not break nor retreat.

All our children are in pain but we'll survive, we'll laugh once again.
And you will know we are good again by the smiles that we will send.

Karson our young, our bright, sweet, generous, rebellious, loving boy.
Despite remorse and anger: Thank God he gave you to us to enjoy.

If told I could never know you, or I could just love you for a few minutes;
I would carry twice this grief for just those few miracle moments.

So it is selfish to question God; he gave us thirty robust years.
We love you Karson, now, always, even after one trillion tears.

We'll scratch out of this blizzard of blinding, driving, heart-draining grief.
We will grasp what we know you now have sweet Karson: peace and relief.



By your father, through all eternity and beyond, Kent (Dad and Poppa).

PS Rest peaceful my handsome brilliant boy. You were my friend as well. Saddle up. I have to stay awhile but I will come ride with you again in the Kingdom of Heaven, I just have some work to get done down here first to make sure I make it. I am sorry for any disappointment or pain I caused you. I was often careless. Thank you for being my son. Hug and kiss Grandma Rusty for me and tell Grandpa Lloyd we will be along soon to help him with the chores. I can hardly wait.

Lindsey Adair
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
Kent & Valerie, You are in our thoughts and prayers. When I think of Karson I think of how much he loved and was proud of Lydia and Henry. He was always quick to talk about what they were doing and how big they are getting. He was kind-hearted and his love for them was obvious.

Lisa marsh
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
I know it's been so long since we talked I never forget my friends I'm sorry thing went this way I dont know the details I dont really care to know I pray for the comfort of your family and your children. RIP gone but never forgotten...fly with the angels

Deb Sayre
   Posted Wed August 01, 2018
I will miss his smile and laugh every day. Lydia and Henry are very blessed to have a father like him, he lived for them.

Or live and always are being sent your way!!

Love in Christ

Deb and Ed
Leia Sayre

Robert Hildreth
   Posted Thu August 02, 2018
I'm totally shocked to here about the passing.I can't believe that he left us
this early.I was never close to Karson,but I knew him from church and whenever
I would see him somewhere around town he would always go out of his way to
offer a shout out.he never had a problem that I was a little over 30 years older
then him.He always volunteered a "hearty" have a good day.I know for a fact that he will be the first one to greet me once were reunited in our Heavenly home.
Robert Hildreth

Corrina
   Posted Thu August 02, 2018
I am deeply sorry for your loss, Karson was a great guy. Prayers sent your way

Bill Patterson
   Posted Fri August 03, 2018
I was angry with you, Karson. Something changed and you began conduct I couldn't proceed forth with. I'm not gonna say "I was wrong, you were right" because everyone who actually knows the situation and those involved, knows that the main subject of yours and my friendship ending was deplorable at best - even you knew it. But, what I will say is I'm sorry for the way I acted and the things I said to you. It was wrong of me and I feel so incredibly terrible for the things I said. I know you're gone, but for what it's worth, I am sorry, Karson. I'm so, so sorry and I hope you're at peace and in a better place. Thank you for the laughs, the fun and the good times we shared. Even though it was all short-lived, it was one of the best stories. Rest easy, dude.

W. T.
   Posted Thu August 09, 2018
Maybe in some other lifetime. ❤

DV
   Posted Thu August 16, 2018
Karson, I wish I could say that I don't understand, but I do. Though the world can be such a harsh place there's great and incredible beauty in it to rival that darkness, and I know you saw it too. You did your best, and for that you answer to no one.

But I am still so, so sorry that I couldn't protect you this time.

Keep flying, my friend.

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