Re: Obituary of Frank Fuzzell
Posted by Deborah on 6/25/10
A very smart and brave man.
15 yrs and 500 motions. Someone should have turned those lawyers
into the disciplinary boards, but then how would you know which
state to pick? They quite literally bury their opponents in
On 6/24/10, Sharon wrote:
> 15 years and approximately 500 motions filed by DuPont, I am
> I knew he was not feeling well, but I had no idea he was this
> Frank was a really nice man. Very smart, too.
> On 6/24/10, Deborah wrote:
>> I had NO idea. I am so very, very sorry. I had not kept up
>> email correspondence with him. He provided so much
>> information and shared his research. He was in a long term
>> legal battle w/ DuPont Chemical.
>> On 6/24/10, Sharon wrote:
>>> Frank Fuzzell
>>> Sunday, February 1, 2009
>>> LEESBURG � Frank Callen Fuzzell, 58, died Thursday, Jan.
>>> 29, 2009.
>>> Mr. Fuzzell was born in Selma, Ala., and moved to Leesburg
>>> in 1970. He was an owner and operator of a plant nursery;
>>> distributed pneumatic marine controls prior to his nursery
>>> ownership; loved boating, being on the water, and fishing;
>>> enjoyed playing jazz on his saxophone; and was a member of
>>> Morrison United Methodist Church.
>>> Survivors include his wife, Lois; daughter, Alicia Ford,
>>> Leesburg; sisters Lillian Rovka, York, Pa., Margaret
>>> Ralston, Dalton, Ga.; and two grandsons.
>>> A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan.
>>> 31, at Morrison United Methodist Church, Leesburg, with the
>>> Rev. Karen Burris and Ryan Ralston officiating. In lieu of
>>> flowers, contributions may be made to the charity of one�s
>>> Beyers Funeral Home and Crematory, Leesburg, is in charge
>>> of arrangements.
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