In Memory

John Fusselman

John Fusselman

John Halsey Fussselman passed away on May 17th, 2014 due to injuries obtained from a bicycle/motor vehicle collision.  He loved God, serving at church, working for the county, the great outdoors, endurance bicycling, and his family.  He is survived by his wife Debbie fusselman, his son, John Fusselman and his brother, Paul Fusselman.  Graveside services will be held at Mission Park Funeral Chapel & Cemeteries South in San Antonio on Thursday, May 22nd at 4:00 PM and a memorial service at University United Methodist Church in Austin on Sunday , May 25th at 2:00 PM.  In lieu of flowers, please donate to Hill Country Randonneurs, Please BE KIND to Cyclists, Heart of Texas Greyhound Adoption, or United University Methodist Church.

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08/21/14 02:05 PM #1    

Linda Doyle (Wilson)

I knew John in elementary school (Highland Park) and all through high school. We were not very close, but he was always nice to me. I rember him as being quiet, maybe even a little shy. I'm very sorry to learn of his death. Prayers and blessings to his family.

08/22/14 01:31 PM #2    

Fred Cloud

Knew John from elementary school through high school. Never saw him again after hs but remember him as a kind, warm, friendly person who always had a smile on his face. We were fairly close in elementary school and crossed each others lives only infrequently in hs. He was a great person and will be sorely missed by his family and those who knew him. RIP John.

08/25/14 02:07 PM #3    

Jan Gordon (Goff)

Think the memory that rushes in first was when I caught my hair on fire in the Bunsen burner in Miss Smith's chemistry class and John thought quickly enough to put it out. That was a fun class...remember Billye Sue Wacker was in there as well as Charles Harrell and many others. John and I had a lot of fun times that year. I remember them fondly.

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