Clinton Fisher, 29, died Sunday, August 16, 2009, as a result of a tragic automobile accident. He was born March 2, 1980, in Billings, and is the son of Don and Susan Fisher, Pryor Road. He attended Morin, Riverside and Senior High School. After graduation, he pursued an Agricultural Business degree at MSU Bozeman, where he lived until 2007.
Clint loved his rural childhood. His days were spent experiencing life farming and ranching with his Dad and Grampa. He took every opportunity to understand this life as it was his dream to some day have a place of his own. In high school, Clint played football for Senior High. Even if there were more losses than wins, to him it was about enjoying the game. Clint was a creator and inventor. He had many inventions that made his friends laugh and wonder why he wouldn’t just buy it instead. Clint had a passion for music and taught himself to play the guitar. He always had several projects going on at once, from leather work to restoring his 1950 pickup. His latest project was developing a home for himself on Pryor Creek. Clint found the best job he ever had working in Sales & Rentals at Bobcat of Big Sky.
Clint was a friend to all he met and will be forever remembered for his laugh, his smile, practical jokes, humor and kindness.
Clint is survived by his parents, Don and Susan; sister, Lisa; grandparents Stan and Irene Fisher and Gene and Frances McFerran; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; very special friend Carly Lindstedt; his many brothers at Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity and countless friends.
Funeral services will be held Friday, August 21, 11 a.m., at Harvest Church Lockwood Campus, 1413 Rosebud Lane in Billings. Burial will follow at Sunset Gardens.
Thank you for the joy you brought to our lives. You will forever be in our hearts and pray for the day when we can see you again.