Christopher Andrew Fisher, 60, of rural Easton, formerly of Basehor, died Monday, February 12th, one day after his 60th birthday.

Christopher Andrew Fisher, 60, of rural Easton, formerly of Basehor, died Monday, February 12th, one day after his 60th birthday.

Chris was a simple man, deeply rooted in his Christian faith.  He will forever be remembered for his humility, incredible work ethic, his soft spoken and light hearted demeanor, his generosity and his willingness to always lend a helping hand.   

Chris was born February 11, 1958 in Leavenworth, Kansas to Charles and Josephine (Christy) Fisher. He graduated from Piper High School in 1976 and shortly after started Fisher Masonry. 

For more than 40 years, Chris transformed ordinary piles of rock into works of art.  His stone hammer was his paintbrush.  His talents were coveted by some of the Greater Kansas City Metro area's top contractors.  Whether it was a back yard retaining wall, or the front of a MLB player's house, his attention to detail was the same regardless of who he was working for.  

It wasn't uncommon to find Chris on the job site six days a week as demands for his talents were always high. Some of his work was featured in Kansas City Homes & Garden Magazine.

Chris married Judy (Brown) on May 22, 1981.  She survives of the home. Chris' family was his pride and joy, especially his grandchildren Blake, Addyson, Kaiden and Dylan.

It was the family farm that also brought Chris much joy.  There he could burn brush piles, clear fence rows and cater to his cattle to his heart's content. 

Chris is also survived by his two sons, Christopher II of Topeka and Nicholas (Rebecca) of Lansing; his mother Josephine of Kansas City, Kansas; sister Anne Kahle of Lecompton, Kansas (Randy); brother Charles Fisher of Kansas City, Kansas; mother-in-law Nancy Brown, and grandmother-in-law Ardella Xarhis. 

Chris was preceded in death by his father Charles and a brother Calvin Fisher.

Family will receive visitors from 1-3 p.m. on Monday, February 19th at Davis Funeral Chapel in Leavenworth.  A memorial service will immediately follow.     Arrangements entrusted to Davis Funeral Chapel. Condolences may be left on Chris’s online guestbook at www.davisfuneralchapelinc.com