Quinn Landon Fisher, age 45, of Hilliard, Ohio, went to Heaven on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at Riverside Methodist Hospital. Born in Dennison, Ohio to Linda and the late Bill Fisher. Quinn was a graduate of Claymont High School, Class of 1994. He attained his Bachelor of Arts degree from The Ohio State University and later received his Associate of Applied Science in Culinary Arts degree from Columbus State.
Let me tell you about Quinn.
Quinn loved all things Ohio. This included THE Ohio State Buckeyes, The Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Indians. But most of all it was Ohio State Football. You could find him in his favorite recliner, cheering when they were winning and cussing when they were losing. He definitely was an armchair coach. It was a sight to see. Remarkably, no TVs were ever destroyed in the process!
Quinn loved all things culinary. After earning his degree, Quinn began his career as a caterer and chef at different locales across Columbus, including The Darby House, Confluence Park, Monaco’s, and Cicis. However, he found his work family at Raising Canes. They have been a source of friendship and joy over the past seven years and continue to do so during this time. We know that God played the biggest role in Quinn receiving this job and work family. We are so thankful for all of the outstanding co-workers, managers and mentors that Quinn found there.
Quinn loved unconditionally. His Mom, Mike and brother had his back at all times. He never questioned their love nor did they his. His mom, Linda, held his hand through the loss of his dad, Bill Fisher, through victories and defeats in baseball, through college and through the realization of raising THREE SONS!!! He called her every day on his way home from work which brought such joy to both of them.
Mike was a constant in his life for decades. He listened to Quinn, he shared stories with Quinn and loved Quinn with grace and wisdom.
Nathan, Quinn’s younger brother and best friend, shared a gift of friendship that distance couldn’t destroy. Nathan’s service to our country sent him to Illinois, Afghanistan, Hawaii, and now Alabama, where he lives...but nothing could deter the love and respect each had for the other. They loved to banter about sports, which included their disdain for @ichigan and the joy of seeing their teams win. Their fantasy league kept them talking everyday but Quinn mostly enjoyed reminding Nathan that he never won a fantasy baseball championship (Quinn won three!). They loved like no other.
Quinn loved “The Boys.” William, Ryin, and Aidan. His Sons. His Life. His Pride and Joy. They were his everything. The theme of sports continues from putt-putt to golf, from T-ball to baseball, and playing catch in the backyard with the football. The connection they made through the love of the game will leave an indelible imprint on the boys’ lives. But please understand, this was not the only thing they shared. Being a dad to his boys meant he did things they enjoyed while he went along for the ride! Cutting down the annual Christmas Tree, going to the beach, and even CAMPING; to watch them grow into caring and kind young men made Quinn relish in his responsibilities of fatherhood.
Quinn loved Tabitha. Married for 22 years, their story started just after high school and grew at OSU. Finding the right words to describe their enduring love and marriage is a challenge. Tabitha knows no other love like Quinn’s. He was a provider and a protector. But sharing life, raising the boys, having date nights, trying different kinds of wine, watching sports (when he made her), and just spending time together was what they loved most. He was her everything, he was her game changer. Tabitha will miss Quinn every day, for the rest of her life. Tabitha is grateful for the time they spent together, to even be able to hold his hand as he took his final breath.
We would like to invite you to CYPRESS WESLEYAN CHURCH, 377 Alton Darby Rd. Galloway, Ohio 43119 on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2021 to share stories of your friend Quinn. Visitation will take place from 10:00a.m.-12:00p.m. with the funeral taking place at Noon. Pastor Dale George will officiate the service.
To honor Quinn and his love of all OHIO sports, we ask that you wear your favorite OHIO sports team apparel such as Buckeyes/Indians/Browns jerseys or any other team that would put a smile on Quinn’s face.
In addition to his father Bill, Quinn was preceded in death by his niece Nicole Case. He is survived by his beloved wife of 22 years Tabitha, his sons William, Ryin and Aidan, his mother Linda Fisher and step-father Michael Crissinger, his brother Nathan William Fisher, father-in-law and mother-in-law Levi and Robin Shetler, sisters-in-law Amie (Derek) Warner and Jennifer (Allen) Case, uncle and aunt Mike and Shirley Shepperson, his cousin Ryan (Sally) Meanor, nieces and nephews Cassie, Mason, Kayla, Madelyn and Jackson, and many other aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
The Tidd Family Funeral Home, 5265 Norwich St., Hilliard, OH 43026 (614)-876-1722 assisted the family Please visit www.tiddfuneralservice.com to share your favorite memories of Quinn and to send your condolences to the Fisher Family.