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“Be the person your dog thinks you are”

Remembering Mr. Ron Fish

Humane Society of Morgan County


Ron Fish was a man of constant motion living a full life filled with love, joy, happiness and adventure. Continually daring to broaden the horizons of his family, along side his beloved wife Anne Fish and lagging not too far behind his dogs Ellie & Jake. He had an enormous capacity to give of himself, in all of the important and quiet moments in life. He taught us all that not even one day was to be wasted. He could relate to all people exactly where they were and this especially included the four-legged-furry animals. He valued character over “pedigree” pun intended. He had strong beliefs in the importance of public service, as it was noble and necessary.

One can service others and their community, with integrity all while they hold true to the important values and people in his life. This included of course his beloved wife Anne, brother Stanley Fish & wife Jane, brother Peter Fish, son David Fish & wife Shanda with twin granddaughters Sydney & Jalyn Fish, daughter Jackie Fish, Pete and son Logan, daughter Jenny Fish & wife Allie, and let us not forget his beloved Jake, his Labrador Retriever.  Ron, although we will miss you, simply remembering, loving and knowing that we will continue to see your decency, sincerity and kindness everywhere we look;  will allow you to live on in our hearts and memories. 

As even in death, Ron Fish wanted a last act to give yet again, in this special and quite moment. By asking all in lieu of flowers, to please donate to the Humane Society of Morgan County. See link below.

It would be a miss, if we didn’t relay a saying that he loved so much,
“Be the person your dog thinks you are”.

Your generous donations will help save so many animals; those who will live a full life such as that of Ron and his dog Ellie.  For even in our grief, we smile knowing Ellie is walking along side you, on a beach somewhere.

Ronald “Ron” Fish

February 20, 1948- May 10, 2019

“Be the person your dog thinks you are”