IPRA Stock Contractor Jim Fusee killed

IPRA Stock Contractor Jim Fusee killed

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ontimetranscript ions

Monroeville, IN

#1 Jan 25, 2011
Jim Fusee, a professional rodeo stock contractor, was killed in an automobile accident this morning. Jim Fusee was well-known in the "rodeo world". He leaves behind his wife, Les, his brother who witnessed the accident, and many other family members and friends. It is unknown at this time what will happen to his stock and what arrangements will be made for his memorial. He will be missed.
CanadianCowgirl

Belmont, Canada

#2 Jan 25, 2011
Jim Had some great stock that he brought to Ontaio Dodge Rodeo.. He will be greatly missed here in ontario.. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family!!! Rodeo will not be the same here in ontaio with out him!!!!!
ontimetranscript ions

Monroeville, IN

#3 Jan 25, 2011
ontimetranscriptions wrote:
Jim Fusee, a professional rodeo stock contractor, was killed in an automobile accident this morning. Jim Fusee was well-known in the "rodeo world". He leaves behind his wife, Les, his brother who witnessed the accident, and many other family members and friends. It is unknown at this time what will happen to his stock and what arrangements will be made for his memorial. He will be missed.
Uncle Jim was known for his love, truly his passion for rodeo. We didn't get to see him much but followed him by his rodeos all over the states. We were looking forward to having a family reunion while he was here for the Michigan State rodeo. We are devestated!
old friend

Gladwin, MI

#4 Jan 25, 2011
I had lots and lots of good times with Jim over the years and will miss him greatly. He was always good for a laugh or two.
Merry Franks

Grand Rapids, MI

#5 Jan 25, 2011
God speed Jim . You will be missed by many. You and Anne had many good years together. She was always there for you no matter what. Love is that way.
X Family

Lake City, MI

#6 Jan 25, 2011
All Jim's x's didn't live in Texas....there are a lot in Michigan and we will miss Jim, too. We will remember the good times we shared with him. Ride on, Jim, ride on.....
PUGGYGIRL

United States

#7 Jan 25, 2011
TO THE MAN WHO RAISED ME TO BE THE HARDWORKING WOMAN I AM TODAY - THANK YOU!!! I WILL LOVE AND MISS YOU ALWAYS. THROUGH THE GOOD TIMES AND BAD YOU WHERE ALWAYS THERE TO PULL ME THROUGH. I KNOW YOU HAD ONE HELL OF A TIME RAISING ME, BUT I AM A MUCH BETTER PERSON BECAUSE OF YOUR LOVE AND KINDNESS. SLIDE AND RIDE IN RODEO HEAVEN!!
byronnolde

Green Bay, WI

#8 Jan 26, 2011
My uncle was there when I lost my Dad and supported me though my High School years. We all work together when he started Wagon Wheel Rodeo and had a lot of fun at the same time. I am sure Jim is giving my Mom and Dad a big hug and GrandDad and Nan. May God be watch over all his family and friends and remember the good times, that is what life should be about.
ANNE FUSEE

Onaway, MI

#9 Jan 26, 2011
TO THE MAN I SPENT 29 YEARS WITH. I HAVE NEVER STOPPED LOVING YOU AND WISH I COULD BRING YOU HOME TO BE CLOSE TO YOUR FAMILY AND LOVED ONES. I WILL SEE YOU IN A COUPLE OF DAYS AND WILL JOIN YOU IN HEAVEN. THANK YOU FOR ALL THE YEARS TOGETHER AND MEMORIES. GEORGE JONES SONG "HE QUITE LOVING HER TODAY WILL NOW BE MINE". I WILL LOVE YOU TILL THEY PUT THE WREATH ON MY DOOR. GODS SPEED. LOVE ANNE
Steve Sommer - Crossfire

Manchester, MI

#10 Jan 26, 2011
Jim, where do I start, all the trips back and forth from MI to Ark, conversations, your love of ice cream, and the countless horse sales. I will always remember the special smile on your face, filled with excitement and anticipation when Fuzz or any of your sisters would make it to a rodeo. How may times would we work out details to get Fuzz to come along on a trip! I am very proud to have been a part of Wagon Wheel Rodeo for the past 10 years and help you build an outstanding company. We'll say an extra prayer at cowboy church. I'll miss you very much.
Bruce

Senatobia, MS

#11 Jan 26, 2011
I was only around Mr. Fusee a couple of times, but he impressed me not only with the production of his events but also with his character...I have never heard anything but the utmost praise and respect for him...my deepest condolences
Tim and Frances

Mississauga, Canada

#12 Jan 26, 2011
We had the great privilege of meeting Jim during our 2010 rodeo season. Jim provided the stock for our Meaford Rodeo. The quality of the stock and the professionalism that Jim brought with him went a long way in making our first of many rodeos the huge success it was. Jim made quite an impression on us both over the Ontario Ram Rodeo season and he will be dearly missed. His family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers. We know you will be watching over us all in the coming season’s events and we are blessed for it.
Anne Fusee

Onaway, MI

#13 Jan 26, 2011
Sorry I have scared so many people with my posting.
I only ment that when I do go to heaven I will see him up there. I have a granddaughter that means the world to me and I have no intentions of leaving this earth. I am very sorry it came across that way. Anne
Megan

United States

#14 Jan 26, 2011
Uncle Jim,
Even though I was not blessed to have known you all my life, and only got to know you about 5 years ago, I cannot believe you are gone! Who is going to give me endless laughs backstage at the Spartan Stampede? You will be greatly missed by everyone from cowboys and cowgirls to people like me who wished they had guts enough to get on a horse. Love you Uncle Jim!
DeWayne

United States

#15 Jan 26, 2011
The man who gave me an opportunity. When no one else believed in what I was wanting to do, Jim saw the potential and I am forever indebted to him for starting a career for me that has lasted for years. What a great friend and mentor! Jim will be missed by us all but we will always have the wonderful memories of him, lemon custard, golf, and the most fun a person could ever have working. We all love you Jim and will miss you so much. God bless you and keep you til we meet again.
Merry Franks

Grand Rapids, MI

#16 Jan 26, 2011
Anne and Jim love does last forever. You will meet again some day. I know Anne loves life dearly and will be thinking of Jim everyday until her time to meet the Lord comes. Jim was respected by step children Paula and Joe and will be missed by them also. Jim lasso me a angle as I need one at my side.
RIP.. Jim.
the Daniel Franks family.
Paul Streng

East Lansing, MI

#17 Jan 26, 2011
I had the pleasure of working a lot of college rodeos (and a few others) with Jim and they didn't come any better. He worked with all the students so extremely well, He was patient with them and was an outstanding example for the kids to learn from and follow. I know there are a lot of folks in so many communities that will miss his big smile and that twinkle in his eyes, that was so characteristic Jim. He was a gentleman and a friend, and we will all miss him greatly.
BrentNolde

United States

#18 Jan 26, 2011
I echo my brother Byrons sentiments. Uncle Jim was there for our family when my father died, we will miss him. I was looking forward to the Rodeo Reunion that Uncle Fuzz was setting up for this summer. Jim we loved you and wish you had more time on this earth. You are now with your sister, my mother and i am sure you two are catching up. God Bless.
RIDGEWAY FARMS

United States

#19 Jan 26, 2011
Rest in peace Cowboy. See you soon Aunt Anne
Onaway Friends

Lake City, MI

#20 Jan 26, 2011
Jim we are all saddened to lose our home town cowboy. You always will be an Onaway Cardinal. We hope you can come home to be laid to rest next to your mom and dad and hopefully we can have a memorial for you in your home town. Rest in peace, Jim. Your town will miss you....

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