Alan Fisch

Fisch, Alan, a life-long Beacon area resident passed away unexpectedly Wednesday,
February 12, 2014 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center surrounded by his family. He was 57.
Alan was born in Philadelphia, PA and adopted immediately after by his parents Samuel
and Frances Fisch of Beacon, NY. Alan was a high school graduate of Trinity Pawling Prep
School in Pawling, NY and a graduate of Dutchess Community College with an Associate
Degree in Business.
With a passion for business, Alan was the owner of Hudson Valley Kayak Pools.
He was the third generation business owner of the former Fisch’s for Men and started
the former Beacon Sneaker, both located in Beacon, NY. Alan was also a devoted member of
many community organizations. He volunteered his time as an EMT for the Beacon Volunteer
Ambulance Corp and served as a Ski Patroller for the Thunder Ridge Ski Area in Patterson,
NY.
Alan is survived by his wife, Randi; son Jason and his wife Erica, and grandchildren
Michael and Naomi of Wappingers, NY; and daughters Jenna and Jessica of Fishkill, NY. He
is also survived by his sister Cynthia Duncombe and her husband Robert as well as his
nephew Samuel of New Port Richey, FL.
Funeral Services will be held Sunday, February 16 at 2:00 PM at Beacon Hebrew Alliance,
Fishkill Ave., Beacon.
Interment will follow in Beacon Hebrew Alliance Cemetery, Fishkill, NY.
Shivah will be observed at sundown at his residence, Sunday, February 16, Monday, February 17, and Tuesday, February 18.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to, Beacon Volunteer Ambulance Corp. 1 Arquilla Dr. Beacon, NY 12508.
Arrangements are under the direction of Jarett D. Quick at Libby Funeral Home, Inc. 55 Teller Ave. Beacon, NY 12508 (845) 831-0179.
To leave an online condolence please visit www.libbyfuneralhome.com

Date Of Service
Sunday, February 16, at 2:00 pm

Location Of Service
Beacon Hebrew Alliance, Fishkill Ave. Beacon, NY

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  1. Scott & Pauline Friedland says:

    We wish the Fisch family our heartfelt condolences in the very sudden passing of Alan. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. He will be sorely missed by all. Fond memories of good times spent together may help to ease the pain of this loss. We can take comfort in knowing that his spirit will live on through those special memories.

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  2. Debbie Damelio says:

    Deepest sympathies to Randi, Jessica, Jason and Jenna. Emily and I were so sorry to learn of Alan\’s passing. Life brings tears, smiles and memories. The tears will dry, the smiles will fade, but the memories live on forever. May the memories of Alan be a comfort to you at this time and may you be comforted in knowing that he is safe in God\’s care and that friends and family are praying for you all in this time of sorrow. I have been where you are now, so if there is anything at all I can do to help you, please do not hesitate to contact me!!!

  3. Al an & Marion Hunter says:

    Our prayers are with the entire Fisch family.

  4. Mark Guarini says:

    Randi, Jessica, Jenna, and Jason, please know that you are in our prayers and Alan will remain in our hearts forever. Such a great guy who was with me from Day 1 on ski patrol, never without a great story or adventure to share only trumped by the sparkle in his eye when he would proudly talk about you guys.

  5. Judy DiMattia says:

    Randi
    I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. With deepest sympathies.
    Thinking of you
    Love Judy

  6. David Fischer (M.C. Fish) says:

    My family\’s thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  7. Patricia Losee Pompilio says:

    Iam so sorry for your loss.. I have wonderful memories of Alan when I worked at Fisch\’s. Very good memories.
    My thoughts and prayers and sincere condolences are with you all.

  8. Doreen Nichols (Massachusetts) says:

    My deepest sympathies to the Fisch family. He will live on in your hearts and be remembered as you share the stories and memories of how he lived his life and how much he meant to all.

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