Debo Funeral Home

833 Court Street, Fulton, MO


Justin Keith McKusker

December 10, 1973June 27, 2019

Justin Keith McKusker, 45, of Fulton, Missouri passed away on June 27, 2019 at Fulton Medical Center. Memorial services will be at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at Debo Funeral Home in Fulton. The family will receive guests from 10:00 a.m. until the time of the service. Justin was born on December 10, 1973 in Ft. Smith, Arkansas to the late Donald and Kathleen George McKusker. He had been married to Trinity Lucio for thirteen years. Justin grew up in Mansfield, Arkansas and recently worked at Dollar General Distribution Warehouse in Fulton. He enjoyed playing and coaching softball and playing Madden football but he loved watching all sports especially the Dallas Cowboys and Arkansas Razorbacks. Justin is survived by his daughters, Madison McKusker of Fulton, Summer Green of Jefferson City and Kayla Lucio of Fulton; brother, Mark McKusker of Arkansas; grandchildren Logan and Wyatt Lea and his Aunt Marcie of Arkansas. He was also preceded in death by one brother, Austin McKusker and one sister, Donna McKusker.


  • Donald McKusker, Father
  • Kathleen McKusker, Mother
  • Trinity McKusker, Wife
  • Madison McKusker, Daughter
  • Summer Green, Daughter
  • Kayla Lucio, Daughter
  • Mark McKusker, Brother
  • Austin McKuster, Brother
  • Donna McKuster, Sister
  • Logan Lea, Grandchild
  • Wyatt Lea, Grandchild
  • Aunt Marcie, Aunt
  • Mr. McKuster also leave two grandchildren to cherish his memory, Logan and Wyatt Lea.


  • Family will receive guests Wednesday, July 3, 2019
  • Memorial Service Wednesday, July 3, 2019


Justin Keith McKusker

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Jerry Parish

July 6, 2019

He was a good friend, classmate , he was a great father, and will be missed by many .

Jackie Williams (Chaney)

July 6, 2019

I grew up with Justin . We went to school together since kindergarten at Mansfield. I remember him always either wearing a Dallas Cowboys shirt or talking about them everyday. I always considered him a friend. I am sorry for your loss. He will be missed.

Craig Salcedo

July 1, 2019

I only a stranger off the street but I seen eye to eye with you about what is heart that are big I will do everything u need and wanted you can trust in me to do as u wish too soon be for your time was threw too early to sad to sad too already be gone

Melissa Williams

July 1, 2019

Justin you will be missed it's hard to believe you are gone but you are in a better place now..I have known Justin and his family since Justin was in 5th grade he and my brother were classmates,, you both were awnry to me especially when you stayed the night with Steven, I remember us dumping baby chicks in the chicken houses for your grandmother she was a great woman as well...You will be missed..RIP Justin.

Tammie Slate

July 1, 2019

I'm so sorry. Justin was always smiling and kind to me. I know he loves Trinity and Madison very much. He will be missed by many. Soar high my friend. God is waiting for you.,💕🙏🙏🙏


July 1, 2019

Justin will be missed this world would be a better place if there was more people like justin .big smile, generous, trusting,trust worthy and fast witted you could be having a bad day and he would come talk to you and change that sending prayers for his family and all his friends love you justin your friend forever JL

Nathan McLean

June 29, 2019

Justin was a dear friend. He always had a smile and a quick wit to brighten your day. I spent many days and nights playing and watching basketball with Justin. What always impressed me about Justin was his fun and positive attitude. He always encouraged me to enjoy life and laugh all you can. I'll miss him.

Kathy Richmond

June 28, 2019

Sorry for your loss praying for you all..

Sure miss high school days watching him play basketball. He sure will be missed.