A tribute to the remarkable Coach Whitney Nicole Fisher who had touched the lives of everyone who had crossed her path.
Coach Whitney was more than just a coach, she was beacon to her colleagues’ and students’ lives with her bright smile and positive outlook of life. She had passion for her family, community, adventure and sports! One thing that can be said about Coach Whitney was her love for the Clemson Tigers!
Savage Roasters has created a very special label to keep her memories alive. We commemorate coach Whitney by donating $3 from each bag sold to a Coach Whitney scholarship that will be awarded to a deserving female Volleyball senior.
About Coach Whitney
High Point – Whitney Nicole Fisher, 29, passed away Saturday, April 4, 2020, at Moses Cone Hospital.
Born July 9, 1990, in Charlotte, Whitney was the daughter of Richard Grant and Andrea Davenport Fisher. She was a member of Friendly Hills Church where she served in Friendly Faces.
Whitney graduated from Appalachian State University with her Undergrad and Masters degrees. She taught fourth grade at the North Carolina Leadership Academy in Kernersville, and also coached softball and volleyball.
She was preceded in death by her father, Grant, on August 14, 2019. Whitney is survived by her mother, Andrea Davenport Fisher, of High Point; paternal grandparents, Kenneth and Kaye Fisher, of Greenville, SC; her brother, Trent Fisher and wife, Maribeth, of Oklahoma City, OK; her loving niece and nephew, Caroline and Colin; and several aunts, uncles and cousins.