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John Fusick

John Fusick

We are very saddened to announce the passing of our brother and uncle John Fusick at Blaine Lake on Sunday, August 21, 2016 at the age of 79.
Johnny was predeceased by his parents John and Annie Fusick, his brother Steve and his infant sister Maria. He is survived by 3 brothers, Joe (Iris), Mike (Vivian), Bill (Dail), sisters-in-law Rhonda and Pearl Fusick. Also by his 9 nephews and nieces, Andy (Joan) Fusick, Barry (Audra) Fusick, Marlene (Willy) Vogelaar, Donna (David) Kangas, Blaine (Sandy) Fusick, Suzanne (Wes) Hayden, Lise Stevens, Tamara Fusick, Greg (Melayna) Fusick, Alynne (Mark) Hilbig as well as numerous grand and great grand nephews and nieces.
Johnny was born at the family home in the Lorenzo district north of Hafford, SK on October 27, 1936. In 1947 his family moved south of Shell Lake where John attended the Iroquois/Woodhill School. Johnny worked in various industries throughout his life including the oil fields in Alberta, farming near Shell Lake and finished his working career as a maintenance worker at the Waskesiu National Park for 17 years which he truly enjoyed. Once he retired he lived a quiet life enjoying gardening, fishing, hunting, trapping, tinkering with small equipment and tools, visiting with friends and family and most especially going to auction sales purchasing anything that he thought was a good deal. He was a good hearted person who meant well to his family and friends. We will miss his crazy stories and joking around. Rest in peace Uncle Johnny, you are now reunited with your parents, brother Steve and sister Maria. The celebration of John’s life will be held at Partners in Worship Church on Main Street in Shell Lake on Wednesday August 31 at 10:30 am. Funeral arrangements in care of Hillcrest Funeral Home in Saskatoon


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