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“To The Gunther-Pfisterer family, My deepest sympathy love and prayers are with you durning this very difficult time. So sorry for your loss. Your...Read More »
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“My condolence to the family and friends of Gunther Pfisterer.May the god of comfort ( Psalm 83:18) give you the peace and support needed at this...Read More »
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“Gunther will alway have a special place in my heart. Such a truly happy person! I'll always remember his smile and laugh. Sending hugs and sympathy,...Read More »
3 of 6 | Posted by: Christa Manneback Scott - NJ

“Chris and Kiersten, may our Heavenly Father grant you the strength you need at this time. May the cherished memories of your loved one be never...Read More »
4 of 6 | Posted by: Charlie & Karen Manneback - Wayne, NJ

“Chris and Kiersten, I am so sorry for your loss. May our Lord give you comfort and strength to get thru this. ”
5 of 6 | Posted by: Midge Zucker - Loma Linda, CA

“Gunther has left a lasting imprint on my life by helping to raise one of the best people I know. I appreciated his love of soccer and his sense of...Read More »
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Gunther Pfisterer
77, of Clermont, passed on Dec. 10, 2016 at Mike Conley Hospice House. He is survived by his wife, Christine and daughter, Kiersten.

Born in and grew up Einswarden, Germany and came to America with his parents, Wilhelm and Gertrude, and sister Doris Marchisin when he was just a teenager.

Was a die hard soccer player and fan and was involved in it in one way of another for most of his life. Played soccer for Haledon FC and Paterson Dovers when he was young. He was very athletic and great any sport he attempted including tennis, golf, skiing, basketball, and softball.

After he retired from playing he officiated state, college and high school soccer. He had the honor of officiating Army Navy games and many games at West Point. He was President of the Passaic Sussex Soccer Official Association and was named Referee of the Year.

He owned and operated Gunther's Plumbing & Heating in New Jersey.

Met his wife of 52 years Christine at the age of 17 on a tennis court Fairlawn, NJ in 1956. They made their home in Pompton Lakes, NJ and had one daughter Kiersten.

He loved spending time either going out to dinner or to Greenwood Lake with his sister in law Sandra Marchisin and her husband Allen.

He cherished his only daughter and followed her to Florida in 2002. There he continued his interest in soccer and was asked to be an arbitrator for Lake County Soccer.

Gunther had a big love for cruising. He wasn't even off a ship before he was trying to plan his next voyage with his family.

In his retirement he spent a lot of time at Walt Dinsey World with his family, watched westerns by the hour and sporting events including his favorite team Bayern
Munchen.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Southlake Animal League in his memory.