David Scott Fisher died June 4, 2019, following complications from a motorcycle accident.
He was born July 3, 1971, in Renton, Washington, to Harry S. Fisher and Susan K. Swanbeck Fisher. He moved to Enumclaw in 1982, graduated from Enumclaw High School in 1989 and remained close friends with many of his classmates. Following high school, he moved to the Los Angeles area and traveled the country working as a mechanic for several national motocross teams. He eventually settled in Riverside, California, and went to work with his father in the power-driven scaffolding field. He was married to Kim Will from 1997 to 2006 and they had two children. He enjoyed spending time with his children, watching Seahawks games, and taking road trips to the river, the dunes and Washington.
His passion was motorcycles. He received his first motorcycle at age 7 and was in his first race at 8. He spent many years racing locally at SIR and later on tracks in California. He eventually moved to quad racing and his last big race was from Las Vegas to Reno in 2017.
He is survived by his mother, Susan Swanbeck of Cusick, Washington; daughter Emily and son Ian of Riverside, California; grandmother Sheryl Swanbeck of Enumclaw; sisters Tracy Staab (Scott) of Spokane, Kaycee Schweikl (Tony) of Union, Kentucky, and Rebecca Brigantic (Adam) of Albany, Oregon; and brother Richard Hagan (Ashley) of Enumclaw.
He was proceeded in death by his father, Harry Fisher.
There will be a funeral service at 1 p.m. Aug. 8 at Grace Point Northwest Church in Enumclaw, with a reception following. He will be buried at Enumclaw Evergreen Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family has set up a “Go Fund Me” account for his childrens’ education (Scott Fisher’s children’s education fund).