Cole Fisher and Chase Fisher Death, Sons of Fischer Homes Chairman Killed in Boating Accident, Obituary News

Greg Fischer, the chairman of Fischer Homes has lost his two sons to a fatal boating accident on Lake Cumberland, Ky. Cole Fisher and Chase Fisher has been identified as the two Kentucky brothers killed in a boating crash.

According to reports, the two brothers, 14 and 18 years old, are from Villa Hills, Kentucky.

In a statement Monday, popular Real Estate Developer Fischer Homes identified the two boys as Chase and Cole Fischer. They were the sons of Chairman Greg Fischer.

“The Fischer Homes family is mourning the tragic and profound loss of Chase and Cole Fischer,” the statement reads. “The Fischer Group has always been a company about family, and our team is grieving with and praying for the entire Fischer family. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers. We ask that their privacy be respected during this unimaginable time.”

A candlelight prayer service will be held Tuesday at 6 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.

Cole Fisher and Chase Fisher Death and Obituary; Two Brothers Killed in Boating Accident

Two teenager, Cole and Chase Fisher were involved in a fatal boat accident, their jet ski collided with a boat which resulted in a fatal injury and death of the two brothers.

Strunk says the victims were brothers, 18-year-old Chase Fisher and 14-year-old Cole Fisher, from Villa Hills in Kenton County. They were both on the jet ski.

“My heart breaks, My heart grieves for them, but summertime in our part of the world here, our lives are sometimes filled with grief because of what takes place on the lake,” said Strunk.

Strunk says both boys were wearing life jackets, and he believes alcohol was not a factor in the incident, but the lake itself has its own set of risks.

“The water narrows up south fork. To a point that sometimes it’s not very wide. If you have multiple crafts in that area, it makes the passing lanes somewhat narrower,” Strunk said.

Strunk says from Memorial Day to Labor Day, they can see an excess of 100,000 people in the County. While people come to enjoy the summer activities, he says it’s important to do so safely.

“We live in one of the most beautiful places in the world, especially in Kentucky. We’re blessed, but at the same time, it’s a very dangerous place,” said Strunk.

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