Raymond Fisher

Raymond was known by his middle name, Patrick (Pat). Pat was a loving father who doted over his only daughter.
In addition to caring for his daughter, his passions included recycling for the planet, music and caring for animals.
He founded Seabird Rescue Inc. and was certified by the State of Florida to rescue injured sea birds, particularly pelicans. He rescued and rehabilitated injured pelicans from fishing lines and hooks off the coast of Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Pat was a master carpenter. He built sets for the movie industry to include Nickelodeon and Universal Movie Studios, Orlando. One of his hobbies was building ships and model airplanes.
Pat was part if the team of carpenters that built an open replica, including the furniture, of the White House which is still on display in The Presidents Hall of Fame in Clermont, FL.
Pat was a certified SCUBA diver, he especially enjoyed cave diving.
He loved playing the bass guitar, loved music and had an extensive album collection.
An only child, he was preceded in death by his parents and is survived by his daughter, Carly Fisher, several relatives, and many friends.

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