Dacee O. Fisher

Dacee’ Obray Fisher was born to the proud parents of John Grace and LaTonya Fisher-Grace on April 28, 1978 in Cleveland, OH. Dacee’ affectionately known “Squeaky” was the second of seven children.

Dacee’ attended grade school in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District before moving to Bedford City Schools where he graduated high school in 1995. Naturally being good with his hands, he enrolled in Barber College. Upon completion of his barbering program, he began working in barbershops in Cleveland.

Venturing out a few years later, he took a leap of faith and began residing in Columbus, Ohio. Continuing to work as a barber with great skill, he soon made a name for himself in the Columbus area. It was only a matter of time before he would own and operate his own barbershop. In 2013 he opened “Gifted Hands”, a name so fitting for him and all the barbers that would work there. During his time in Columbus, he met Nekeya “Nikki” Johnson who he made his wife. The two joined in holy matrimony on May 28, 2011. Having a strong sense of family and brotherhood, Dacee became a Prince Hall Mason. He was a member of “The Word Church” of God in Christ International under the leadership of Pastor Eddie Parker III. He became a deacon and later answered the call to preach the Gospel, becoming a licensed minister in 2015.

Many say that Dacee was a “good” man but he was a “godly” man. If there was anything anyone needed, they didn’t leave his presence without it because he was a giver. He lived life with a song in his spirit and love in his heart. His smile and laugh were contagious, uplifting the spirit of anyone near. Always having a kind word to speak, he was an encourager and a motivator. He truly lived the words of the Apostle Paul; he was “all things to all people.”

Dacee completed his earthly assignment and transitioned to his heavenly home on April 3, 2018.

Dacee is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, George Grace and Janie Marlow; as well as his son Nathan Haynes.

Dacee leaves to cherish his memories are his wife, Nekeya “Nikki” Fisher; his legacy of children, NaQuon “Q” Haynes, Dalylah McCory, Dacia Fisher, Dacee’ “Pip” Fisher Jr., Dana McCory, NaKyya Johnson, Phillip Wiggins, Jayeon Fisher, Amirah Booker, and Jazzlyn’Monae “Jazzy” Fisher; his parents, John Grace and LaTonya Fisher-Grace; grandparents, David Fisher (Doretha) and Joyce Fisher; grandson, London; siblings, Dalsegno Fisher (Neydra), Khaliah Fisher-Grace, Daoud Fisher-Grace, Dawud “Poppa” Fisher-Grace of Cleveland, Johnitta Jordan (Rembert) of Columbus, and Adiliah Smith (Bryant) of Montgomery, AL, and a host of relatives, friends, and clients.

Visitation 6-8:00pm Monday, April 9, 2018 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.

Visitation 12:00pm and Funeral 1:00pm Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at Triumph the Church and Kingdom of God in Christ, 9200 Mile Ave, Cleveland, OH.

Interment at Cleveland Memorial Gardens.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Cynthia Evans :

    Dear family,
    No one truly comprehend the loss that you feel, the sadness that you must be going through.
    And yet warm thoughts are reaching out in hopes that you will know the strength and comfort
    that these thoughts bring with sympathy and understanding. May the God of all comfort help to ease
    the pain of your grief.

  2. LaTonya and family. It saddens my heart to hear of Squeaky’s transition. I loved watching your children growing up, seeing them make you proud. I pray that you will find comfort in the arms of our Saviour. Remember death cannot take your memories. Cherish them as precious treasures.

  3. Doris Walker :

    Offering my heartfelt condolences for your loss.
    May the God of all comfort and the love of family and friends console your hearts at this most difficult time. may your hearts receive comfort from the promise God gives at Job 14:14,15. Until then hold on to the precious time and the love you shared.

  4. Doris Walker :

    Know that you are in the thoughts and prayers of many who share your grief.

  5. To the family of Dacee, I am so sorry for your loss. When Lazarus died, Jesus told his disciples that he was going to awaken him. (John 11:11) Jesus knew that the dead are in a deep sleep state in which they are waiting for the promised resurrection. (Acts 24:15). May you have faith in God’s promise that Dacee will live again!

  6. Shebia Clark :

    My extended family, my heart is saddened by this loss. SQUEAK you brought smiles and laughter whenever you were around. Your family is like mine and I will commit my best to be there for your children, parents, siblings and so on whenever needed. REST ON my brother /G\ #F.A.T.A.L #PHA

  7. Dana D Anderson :

    My prayers goes out to you and your family Latonya. Praying that God will comfort your hearts during this time.

  8. Michelle Weber :

    LaTonya,
    I am so sorry for you loss. You and your family are in my prayers and thoughts. This is a beautiful tribute. I know you are ever so proud of our son and all he has done in his life here on earth. We all know that God, has even bigger things waiting in heaven. Peace to you and all your loved ones.

  9. Mary Ann Draves :

    LaTonya,
    My heart is broken for you and all your family for the loss of your son, Dacee. You have been close in my thoughts. I hope that happy memories of your son will come soon to soften the pain of this untimely loss.
    Mary Ann

  10. My heart and prayers are with you and your family.

  11. Michael Graham :

    Rest in heaven Squeak. Always enjoyed the positive energy that you had inside your barbershop as well as the good advice. You will be missed dearly my friend. Thanks for everything Bro.

  12. Katherine James :

    My Condolences to the Family. Squek cut my son’s hair for more than seven years. When he changed shops we followed . He stepped out on faith and started his own shop. We followed not only because of his skills. He had a awesome soul. GOD Blessed Squek with Gifted Hands, a Gifted Godly Heart. I can only imagine God Welcoming you with open arms saying Well Done my Humble and Faithful Servant.

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