David J. Fischer - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

David J. Fischer

David J. Fischer, age 60, passed away on Friday, June 10, 2022.

David was preceded in death by his mother, Irene J. Fischer. He is survived by his wife, Marimargaret (Nucero) Fischer; daughter, Sophia E. Fischer; father, William J. Fischer Sr.; siblings, Tom Fischer and Patricia Pirog; and many nieces and nephews.

“All of my Dreams came true with you….my family’s love; Sophia & Mari”…Dave Fischer, 2022

In lieu of flowers, donations in David’s memory may be made to the Sophia E. Fischer Healthcare Beneficiary Memorial Fund, and sent in care of, Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 West Park Place, Newark, DE, 19711.



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  • Mari and Sophia,

    My heart is heavy and my mind is numb to hear the news about Dave. The picture you chose of him is quintessential Dave, the unmistakable devious smile and I can even hear his unique laugh.
    I had the pleasure to know Dave for almost 35 years, we started off as two young entrepreneurs. I always enjoyed our time together and the many lunches we had bouncing off our various business ideas. I was honored to be his friend.
    The loss of Dave and who he was before his illness is tragic.
    Our prayers are with both of you and know we are always here for you.
    Chris and Norma Locke

  • “So often we try to make other people feel better by minimizing their pain, by telling them that it will get better (which it will) or that there are worse things in the world (which there are). But that’s not what I actually needed. What I needed was for someone to tell me that it hurt because it mattered.” – John Green
    “All of my Dreams came true with you….my family’s love; Sophia & Mari”…Dave Fischer, 2022
    Dave died and his love for you both never will, it is in your hearts.

  • Dave called me back in I think it was February and we had the greatest conversation, lasted for about 45 minutes. During that time Dave told me, twice, that he prayed daily and that he had myself and our great friends Jim Borzatti and David DiGiorgio in his daily prayers. I never knew Dave to be religious but it occurred to me that after all he had been through with his health that he had turned to his faith for strength. I’ve know Dave since 8th grade and his unique wit and ability to turn a clever phrase was something unique to him. During the holidays all of the guys would come over to my parents house fora visit and Dave as always the star of the show, coming up with some off-the-wall observation that would make everyone laugh. He was truly one-of-a-kind and will be dearly missed. My wife Kate and I would like to send our most heart-felt condolences out to Mari and Sophie. I know that whenever I will think of Dave it’ll always be followed by a smile, because he was just that good of a human being and a funny one at that!