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Visitation and Funeral Services set for Ben Fisher, Killed in Work Zone Accident Friday on St. Rd. 13

Ben Fisher_funeralBenjamin Joseph Wayne Fisher, 29, of Plymouth, was hit and killed while performing his duties as a traffic control flagger, on Friday, July 26, just one day after his birthday. The tragedy took place on State Road 13, just outside of Syracuse, where crews had been working for the last several weeks.

By the grace of God, Benjamin at 13, survived a tragic motor vehicle accident that took the life of his oldest brother, Joshua.

His enthusiasm for life and determination to help his community was evident when he filed as a GOP Mayoral Candidate this past January.
Ben’s passion was also forefront in his workplace, Traffic Control Specialists, Inc., where he was a member of LIUNA Local #645. He served as Shop Steward, helping negotiate between his co-workers and management.

Visitation with the Fisher family will be held Friday, August 2nd from 1-7 p.m. at the Plymouth Wesleyan Church on South Michigan Street Road in Plymouth. A Prayer Service will begin at 6:30 p.m.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 9 a.m. on Saturday, August 3, at St. Michael Catholic Church in Plymouth.

Burial will be held in the St. Michael Catholic Cemetery, Plymouth immediately following service.

Memorial contributions in honor of Ben’s life may be made at 1st Source Bank under the account of “I AM MY BROTHERS KEEPER”