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Robert (Bob) Earnest Fuzie October 21, 1932 - November 27, 2014 Robert (Bob) Earnest Fuzie passed away at home with his family by his side on Thanksgiving morning, November 27, 2014 in Hesperia, California. Bob was born to Stephen and Annamarie Fuzie of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on October 21, 1932. In his early years Bob played professional baseball for a farm team for the Brooklyn Dodgers before entering the United States Air Force. He spent nine years in the Air Force and was honorably discharged in 1959 at the rank of Staff Sergeant. He married the love of his life Susan Parsons in Ohio on August 20, 1955. They were married for over fifty five years before her passing in 2010. They had a wonderful marriage and relationship and they had three children together. They moved to Barstow, California in August of 1964 and Bob started working at the Goldstone Tracking Station where he worked as a Field Engineer Manager for Bendix Corporation until 1984 when he transferred to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. He retired in 1998. Bob enjoyed golfing, fishing, camping, traveling, shooting his many guns, and tinkering on almost anything. He loved spending time with his children and grandchildren. Bob is preceded in death by his loving wife Susan (Parsons) Fuzie, his mother and father, and seven brothers. He is survived by his two daughters Annamarie Fuzie of Hercules, California and Cynthia Fuzie of Hesperia, California and a son Brian Fuzie and his wife Penny of Barstow, California. Bob also has five grandchildren, Amanda Morange, Alisa Fuzie, Lyndsay Coughenhour, Robin Johnson and Brian Fuzie Jr.; three great-grandchildren Kloe Mollena, and (twins) Kailie and Kyle Zeller that he loved very much. He will truly be missed. Bob was a veteran and will be buried at Riverside National Cemetery. Services will be private.
Published in the Daily Press on Dec. 3, 2014
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