Jim was born in Edmonds Washington on May 30, 1978, he passed away November 8, 2021 at Saint Peters hospital in Helena Montana at the age of 43.
Jim resided in Boulder Montana with his wife Lynn. Jim was a full of life, salt of the earth, loving father and husband. When Jim first moved to Boulder he worked at the Skytop Ranch in Boulder, Montana for several years. That is where Jim realized his love for the ranching life. From spring branding time to fall shipping of the calves, he loved it all. After that he started learning how to run equipment and started working for Vosler Excavating then onto Montana Hydraulics in Helena. He also worked at Montana Tunnels until it shut down. He worked at several different drilling operations all over the nation and was always noted to be a hard, loyal, and dependable worker. Jim lived life to its fullest from all of his activities and hobbies including epic hunting trips and world-famous paddle fishing trips, where the stories can go on for days and days with endless laughter. He also enjoyed shooting his Kimber 22-250 (a.k.a. his baby) He had a special piece of his heart that loved spending time with his grandkids and playing on the Wii. Jim was known to go out on his escapades of treasure hunting and not to mention his Christmas tree hunting. Jim’s eyes would always light up and swell with pride anytime he got to talk about his daughter Kailie. The love ran very deep for his daughter. Jim brought joy and happiness to so many people’s lives and his memory will live on forever. Surviving Jim is wife Lynn K Fisher, daughter Kailie Fisher, both of Boulder Montana. Mother Cindy Fisher and sister Jessica Fisher both from Cashmere Washington, grandchildren Landon and Harper Wharton, and nieces and nephews Brad Gerou, Brighton and Brooklyn Moses, and Grandma Diane Jones, (nana) Of sequoia Washington. Jim was preceded in death by his father James Brian Fisher and Uncle Dave Fisher.
Memorials can be made at Madison Bank in Boulder.
Services have taken place.
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Axelson Funeral and Cremation Services has been privileged to care for Jim and his family.