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Trevor Fisher

Trevor Allan Fisher passed away on April 4, 2016.

Trev was a Life Member of the Royal City Curling Club, and prior to that, the Old Westminster Curling Club before the RCCC was built and become the new home.

Trev won the BC Master Men’s Curling Championship in 2000 and the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in 1972. (O’Keefe Mixed).

Trev, 84, passed peacefully surrounded by his wife of 65 years, Lois Fisher, and their family. Trevor lived a full and meaningful life. He skipped his curling team, with wife Lois, to the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in 1972, where they won gold.

Trevor was an excellent golfer – a 6 handicap at his best – but he will be better remembered for his unbelievable snooker game. A former BC Snooker Champion, in retirement he set multiple records in the Lower Mainland’s Senior Snooker League with the highest run in their history at 139 and most games with runs over 70. Trevor was loved by everyone he met; but mostly by Lois, their three children, David, Debbie and Drew, their seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A celebration of Trevor’s life was held at Royal City Curling Club on April 23, 2016.

See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/vancouversun/obituary.aspx?n=trevor-allan-fisher&pid=179553000#sthash.iKZNaH72.dpuf

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