Book of Memories for John D. Fusaro Recent updates for the Book of Memories Frontrunner Professional Book of Memories V4 en-gb Condolence From Ray & Peggy Alonso Condolences Tue, 06 Mar 2018 18:54:12 EST Condolence From Donald Morse and Ann Condolences Sun, 04 Mar 2018 17:54:39 EST Condolence From Rose M Wojcik Condolences Sun, 04 Mar 2018 14:03:58 EST Memorial Candle lit by Billy Simpson Memorial Candles Sat, 03 Mar 2018 22:07:37 EST Condolence From Cheryl and Ray Ward Condolences Sat, 03 Mar 2018 19:52:22 EST Story shared: lunch time Teen, I could tell you several stories of the times Johnny and i shared together but you probably know most of them anyway.  I do remember one story from when we were in grade school, i think we were in the 7th or 8th grade and being that we lived close to school we were allowed to go home for lunch, we were the Walkers. One day while we were leaving the schoolyard Johnny was having trouble keeping up with myself and Gary. We slowed down to see what was going on and he said he didn't know what happened but he was having trouble moving.  He had a weird expression on his face like he didn't know whether to laugh or cry.  we waited for him and slowed down until we each came to our houses and went in for lunch, i think we had 40 minutes to eat and than had time in the schoolyard before afternoon classes.  when i left home to head back to school, i looked toward Hillside Avenue where Johnny lived and i saw that his mom was walking him up the hill toward their house and she was holding his head and helping him walk along. I could not believe that he had only traveled about 2 blocks during the time we normally had to eat lunch.  I guess Johnny's mom got worried about him not being home and decided to go see where he was,needless to say he was not in school that afternoon.  His mom took him to the doctors and they said he had a pulled muscle in his neck which was making it hard for him to walk, it seems he vaulted over a desk on his way out of the classroom and pulled the muscle in the movement. After that we always gave him a hard time about the size of his head, I think that followed him all through high school. He did have the largest size head of anyone I ever knew. Johnny had a lot of friends and he will be missed by many, myself included. Take Good Care Teen my thoughts are with you and your family during this time of your loss.

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