IPRA Stock Contractor Jim Fusee killed
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another sister

Grand Rapids, MI

#41 Jan 29, 2011
I am shocked as Christians that some of the things that went on at Jim farewell service went the way they did.It is not Christian to shut someone out. Bitterness and Jealously are all things the bible teaches us not to show or put against our brother and sisters on this earth. God met us all to be brother and sisters and to work out problems and not make more of them. No one after being married 29 years to a man should be told she may not go to the viewing or service. That is just down right evil. Jim would not have wanted any of this going on. It's time for healing and reaching out to help others heal. I did not know Jim's current wife and I would never treat her evil. Life is to short for this kind of actions. Jim was no saint but a good person to many. His memories will live on through his children step children and grandchildren.
God be with each and every one who cared. As Jim knew he is our salvation. Love one another the bible says.
Chris The Canuck

Oshawa, Canada

#42 Jan 30, 2011
Jim was a special friend.The years i worked with Wagon Wheel Rodeo Jim and anne were a second family to me and i will sadly miss him.
Dorri Dee

Hale, MI

#43 Jan 30, 2011
Jim...you were my brother-in-law for almost 30 years. The things I will remember most is you pulling Aaron and Quinn in the pony cart when they were little...you...without the pony.....you in your flannel pants on the bean bag chair with a pug in your lap watching football while Anne cooked the best Thanksgiving dinner....you auctioneering at local auctions while you and Anne were getting Wagon Wheel Rodeo on its' feet....your teasing and laughing.....you leaving us the first time and now leaving us the last. May God bless and keep you, Jim. <3 And please don't anyone put nuts on here...because I'm not...I'm an honest Christian woman who knew and loved Jim....be a Christian yourself.
Dorri Dee

Hale, MI

#44 Jan 30, 2011
ANNE FUSEE wrote:
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
Anne is not nuts....she is grieving a loss of a man that was in her life for 29 years. They shared a lot together. She is not trying to over-shadow anyone...she is just grieving and that, in life, should be allowed. Anne never did stop loving Jim....is that wrong? They still talked and were a part of each other's lives. It was a shock to all. Anyone that knew Jim and Anne knew the closeness they shared. It is so wrong to put she is nuts. She is not. This is not the Christian way to handle a person's death. Please think before you "click". Thank you. I love my sister and I think she deserves more than that.
byronnolde

Oconto Falls, WI

#45 Jan 31, 2011
Letís stop the negative talk about individuals and let everyone who was Jimís family and friends grieve in their own way. Remember this is not about you; it is about someone who touch all of our lives in different ways. May God help all of us in our time of grieving and remember the good times we had with Jim. I would like to ask that family and friends post one of those good times they had with Jim so we all can share in that memory. Thanks
another sister

Grand Rapids, MI

#46 Jan 31, 2011
byronnolde wrote:
Letís stop the negative talk about individuals and let everyone who was Jimís family and friends grieve in their own way. Remember this is not about you; it is about someone who touch all of our lives in different ways. May God help all of us in our time of grieving and remember the good times we had with Jim. I would like to ask that family and friends post one of those good times they had with Jim so we all can share in that memory. Thanks
Yes I agree as Christians and people who cared for Jim it's time to remember Jim for Jim. I remember one time at a family reunion he was the auctioneer I did not even know he could do that. He got started and I got the giggles. I laughed so hard I cried. He was good. He made the reunion a lot of money for family events.
Each part of Jim's life should be talked about with out worrying that others will feel shunned. Jim made his choices in life. Let us all let Jim rest....
Dorri Dee

Montrose, MI

#47 Jan 31, 2011
byronnolde wrote:
Letís stop the negative talk about individuals and let everyone who was Jimís family and friends grieve in their own way. Remember this is not about you; it is about someone who touch all of our lives in different ways. May God help all of us in our time of grieving and remember the good times we had with Jim. I would like to ask that family and friends post one of those good times they had with Jim so we all can share in that memory. Thanks
Thank you and Amen.....
Steve Womack

AOL

#48 Feb 1, 2011
I didn't find out about Jim's death until two days after his funeral. I am very sorry I wasn't there at the funeral for Les. I came to know and appreciate Jim and Les within the last 17 years, traveling to their rodeos with the LeBlanc brothers. Jim and Les both made YOU feel appreciated for showing up at their rodeos. They were always quick with a handshake and a smile. After they heard me speak at the East Lansing, Michigan rodeo church service, Jim came up and told me, "Any rodeo of mine you come to, I want you to feel free to have a church service at it." He and Les have attended every IFR church service since that time. My sincere prayers go out to her and the rest of his family.
Lori

Shrewsbury, MA

#49 Feb 16, 2011
What can I say? You will be greatly missed! Thank you for welcoming me to the world of rodeo those many years ago and teaching me the ropes. I am forever grateful. Thank you for being there when I needed you "dad". Give the boys a hug for me, and please continue to watch over our family as mom does now. We will think of you often as we stand on the back of the chutes and buck our own stock. I will listen for your laugh/cough and know that you are there with us.

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