Benjamin Chatburn Fisher, a preeminent Washington, D.C. communications law attorney and investor in Mid-West Family Broadcasting, died April 14, 2016 at age 93.
Fisher’s legal career spanned over six decades. In 1952, he joined the law firm Fisher, Wayland, and Southmayd, which he father founded. The firm later became Fisher, Cooper and Zaragoza. Later, it merged with Shaw Pittman, then combined with the Pillsbury Winthrop law firm. Fisher retired from his practice at age 86.
In addition to his legal work, he also served at the first Chairman of the U.S. International Telecommunications Union (ITU), was President of the Federal Communications Commission Bar Association.
See his complete obituary here.
Mid-West Family Broadcasting has stations in Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri and in Southwest Michigan/Northwest Indiana.