Date of Birth March 17, 1961
Date Deceased December 29, 2021
Hometown Hornell
Home State N.Y.
Service Date January 9, 2022
Service Time 1-5 p.m.
Service Location Hornell VFW Post

Richard L. “Dick” Fisk

HORNELL-Richard L. “Dick” Fisk, 60, of the Airport Road, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday evening (Dec. 29, 2021) at St. James Hospital in Hornell where he was taken after becoming ill at work.

Born to Nancy Fisk on March 17, 1961, in Flagstaff, AZ he was lovingly raised by his grandparents, Minzie and Fred Groves.

A resident of Hornell for most of his life, Dick was a graduate of Hornell High School, class of 1978 and proudly served his country with the United States Marine Corps from 1978 to 1983.

Dick was employed at Crowley Foods, Inc. in Arkport for nearly 20 years.

He was a member of the Hornell Moose Lodge No. 210 and enjoyed hunting, fishing, riding his motorcycle and rooting for his favorite NASCAR driver, Martin Truax, Jr. Most of all he especially loved to spend time with his grandchildren.

His loving family includes his wife, Lory (Raub) Fisk; his children, Tyler Fisk, Krista Fisk (Justin Liddick), Felicia (Tyler) Seamons; two stepdaughters, Kendra Raub and Regina (Michael) Lamb; eight grandchildren, Bo, Hunter, Wyatt, Kennedy, Abigail, Melina, Bella and Owynn; two sisters, Betty Stiles and Candy Groves (Bud Snyder); three brothers, Steve (Sue) Groves, Rick (Shirley) Groves and John Groves; one sister-in-law, Anna Groves; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins; as well as his best friends, Billy Harding and Jack Sanford.

He was predeceased by his mother, Nancy; his grandparents, Minzie and Fred Groves; three sisters, Sandy (Wayne) Rinaldi, Rosemary (Clint) Hadsell and Trudy Snyder; and one brother, David Groves.

To honor his wishes there will be no calling hours or funeral service. A “Celebration of Life” will take place from 1- 5 p.m. Sunday (Jan. 9, 2022) at the Hornell VFW, 245 Canisteo St.

In lieu of flowers, those wishing may contribute in his memory to their favorite charity.

The Bishop-Johnson & DeSanto Funeral Home, 285 Main St., Hornell is honored to assist Dick’s family with the arrangements.

To leave your own personal remembrance or condolence you may click on the link below or visit the Facebook page of Bishop-Johnson & DeSanto Funeral Home.

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2 Responses

  1. Felicia, Tyler, Krista. My thoughts and prayers are with you three. You know he loved you more than anything and he will always remain in your hearts carry his humor with you always. I’m sure he walked into open arms when he made his arrival to heaven. He was always a fun loving easy going guy. And those who knew him loved him . Love you Rest easy Uncle Dickie I love you and will miss you forever

  2. We are going to miss Dick so much. He would visit us most Sundays and when he got ready to leave he would always say “if you need anything I’m just a phone call away”. He was there for us when we needed help and we were so grateful. He was a great brother.

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