Larry Fisher graduated in 1962 with a degree in chemistry from Oklahoma State University. After graduation, Larry went to work with the analytical chemistry department at Conoco, and in 1963 he went into the Chemical Corps of the Army to teach nuclear weapons effects. He was transferred to El Paso where he stayed for two years, and then he accepted a job offer from Texas A&M to teach civil defense. Two years later, he and his family moved to Norman where he worked in OU's College of Business, specializing in personnel development and management and supervisory training. Also during his time at A&M and OU, he stayed in the Army Reserves of Texas and Oklahoma, finally being fully discharged in 1976.
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Larry Fisher was interviewed October 19, 2012 as part of the O-STATE Stories Oral History Project.
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