Juston John Fisher, age 44, of Cramerton, N.C., passed away on Tuesday, January 8 of natural causes.
Born in Toledo on April 21, 1974 to Joe and Jennifer (Jacso) Fisher, he was a 1992 graduate of Maumee High School. Juston worked for Summer Classics Corporation in Charlotte, N.C., for many years. He was dedicated to his family and spent many hours helping, mentoring and guiding them. An accomplished musician and composer, he played all over the eastern United States and was a member of many bands, including Weird Harold, Simon’s Drawings, Rocket 88, The Nasty’s, The Honey Harlows and Queen City Rejects.
Juston was preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents; brother, Jarrod; and beloved aunts and uncles. He is survived by his wife, Jessica (Logan); daughter, Ariel; sons, Ian and Alex; grandson, Charlie; mother, Jennifer (Gordon) Fisher-Wend; father, Joe Fisher; sisters, Allison (Eric) Sitter and Jeanne Wend; brothers, Andy (Anna) and Dana (Kelly) Wend; close family friend, Antonio; great friend, Nancy; loving aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews; and dear friends around the world.
Juston’s wish was to be cremated. Private memorial services took place in Toledo and Gastonia, N.C.
David “Bryan” Williams, age 76, of Bowling Green and formerly of Maumee, passed away on Friday, February 1.
Born on January 23, 1943 in Decatur, Ill., to the late Lynes “Bill” and Leona (Vendelsky) Williams, he was a graduate of Schlarman High School, where he was named first-team Parade All-American. In 1961, he was named Mr. Illinois Basketball. He then went on to attend Xavier University, from which he received a basketball scholarship. In 1966, Bryan was drafted by the St. Louis Hawks. He was later inducted into the Illinois Coaches Basketball Hall of Fame.
Bryan worked as a teacher and basketball coach at Libbey High School. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and enjoyed fishing, watching Nebraska football and his two cats, Glory and Spanky. He married Nancy Summers on September 3, 1966, and she survives in Bowling Green.
He is also survived by his children, Ellen (Richard) Barnhizer, Bryan (Stacey) Williams, Molly (Steve) Crowe, Amanda (Phil) Siegel and Angie (John) McEwen; grandchildren, Drew (Alex) Williams, Libby Crowe, Morgan Williams, Andrew Crowe, Madeline Williams, Jillian Crowe, Doug Siegel, Scott Siegel, Thomas McEwen and Matthew McEwen; brother, James (Linda) Williams; sister, Joyce Wright (late Fred); along with numerous nieces and nephews.
After visitation beginning at 10:00 a.m., a memorial Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, February 8 at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, 150 S. Enterprise St. in Bowling Green, with Father Mark Davis officiating. Memorial contributions may be made in Bryan’s memory to Ohioans Home Health Care, 28315 Kensington Ln., Perrysburg, OH 43551. The family would like to thank Holly Sapp with Ohioans Home Health Care for all of her loving care and patience.