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Paul J. Fusco

Eastlake, Ohio

1953 - 2019

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65, of Mentor, passed away on January 6, 2019. He was born in Cleveland, OH on November 12, 1953 to the late Anthony and Josephine. Paul founded and owned Fusco Auctions in Willoughby since 1981. He had a passion for collectibles. He was a music lover and an avid concert goer. He loved his family...

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Back in 1990, when I was an eight-year-old with some shoeboxes of baseball cards and an attic full of grandpa's stamps, Paul Fusco took me under his wing. During the next eleven years, Paul gave me work helping the Fusco crew with their auctions & shows. But what he really gave me was a lot of great times and valuable lessons.
Paul, you taught me about integrity. You showed me how to build a business. Paul, you showed me how to create a...

I just found out yesterday that Paul had passed away. He was one of the nicest people I have ever been around. He had a great sense of humor and was an auctioneer extraordinaire. I retired from the post office this past year, and though I met many nice people in all my years there, none were nicer than Paul. Rest in peace, my friend.

Didn't realize he had passed away. Best auctioneer ever. He was always fair with me, both when I bought from him and when he sold for me. I will miss him greatly, as will many others. Mike Schneider

I just found out the news. I have known Paul for 20 years and he was just an amazing person with integrity, fairness, kindness, and a great heart. When you talked to Paul you just looked at him and thought now that is a good Man! He helped me with my baseball card collection over the years and my collection was just featured in the March issue of SMR Magazine and Paul was mentioned in that article on helping me with the collection. Thank you for your help over the years Paul but more...

So sorry to hear of this. My father and I have attended Paul's auctions for many years and knew him as a kind and a fair man. My deepest sympathies.

To Deb and Family, I'm so sorry to hear of Paul's Passing. He was an inspiration to me and the reason I became an auctioneer. He was a great mentor and confident. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him,
Diane and Dean

We will miss Paul and may god bless the Fusco family. he was a great auctioneer and looked forward to seeing him is why we drove 3 hours to get there.

Just learned of Paul's passing after returning from a travel.
Paul was always cordial, informative, cheerful and professional during our meetings in MI. Always took the time to talk about the things that matter when the opportunity arose.