As a retired pastor of 35 years, David has spent a greater portion of his life ministering to people. He is a graduate of the University of Southern MS with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology, and a graduate of Asbury Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity Degree. As a graduate of Holmes Community College School of Mortuary Science, David seeks to continue ministering to the people of the Vicksburg and Jackson MS area as a staff member of Frank J. Fisher Funeral Home.
Being in the ministry for over 42 years both as a pastor and music minister has enable Bert to minister to the concerns and needs of families during their time of loss and grief. He is a graduate of MSU with a degree in Business, and of New Orleans Baptist Seminary Extension at Mississippi College, in Theology. He is a veteran having served in both the U. S. Army and the U. S. Airforce. With his wife Linda Foster parented over 100 children. Bert has worked in the funeral industry for many years and is proud to serve the families of Vicksburg as a staff member of Frank J. Fisher Funeral Home.
Mary serves as Office Administrator for Frank J. Fisher Funeral Home. She has an associate degree in Applied Science from Hinds Community College. She is active in ministering to people through her church, St. Paul Catholic Church where she serves as a Cantor and in the Altar Society and Choir.
Jack is a graduate of Mississippi College. He is a retired teacher who taught at Warren Central from 1971 until 1998. He and his wife, Rebecca, are active members of Redwood Methodist Church. Jack believes in servant hood which is why he still teaches after retirement. He considers himself very fortunate to be able to serve in his capacity at Frank J. Fisher Funeral Home
Born and raised in Vicksburg, Albert is a graduate of Culkin Academy. Albert proudly served in the military during the Vietnam War. He has been a member of the Frank J. Fisher Funeral Home staff for 24 years handling the cemetery set-up duties