Casey Funeral Home


Anthony James Fusaro

September 8, 1986October 31, 2020

Twenty-Third Psalm The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul; He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for Thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: Thou anointest my head with oil, my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I shall dwell in the house of the Lord forever.



  • Visitation

    Wednesday, November 4, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Thursday, November 5, 2020

  • Entombment

    Thursday, November 5, 2020

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Russ Gaylord

November 4, 2020

Anthony and Family,
Anthony introduced me to Ft Campbell when I arrived there in 2008. He showed me around Post, introducing me to how things worked there. We did a few things after hours, enjoyed similar music, artists (Soundgarden, Linkin Park), I came from Erie PA so I was always wanting a Bears / Steelers Super Bowl. We were both complaining about 2010. I will miss our conversations.

Until Valhalla, Brother.
I will meet you there with my metal. I am certain you will have yours.

Cliff Harley

November 4, 2020

From the laughs, sharing of scents and colognes, all the jokes and right down to the “bad” times - I wouldn’t trade any of it for the world. My brother, my best friend, my right hand... words can’t even describe how much I’ll miss you. Your light was so infectious and your want for others to do and be the best they could be was truly admirable. Many times you’ve reminded me of my strength and worth and helped me to see the better side of things and to persevere when I felt like giving up. I’m sorry we couldn’t do the big things we planned and I’m sorry I never got a chance to work next to you like you had wanted. Until we meet again my brother, I’ll be missing you & keeping your memory alive. Thank you for being you and for loving and accepting me just as I am.. I love you bro.

Jackie Mckeown

November 4, 2020

Had good times with u bro time in n.y and time in miss u always and u r always in my heart

Joel Campbell

November 4, 2020

AJ I don’t even know where to start, u came to Ft Campbell a young boy. Loud & cocky and outgoing. You came to my squad and were on my team, we trained together and then we deployed together for 15 months to Iraq. The amount of memories I have with you, Dowty, Bobby, Moore, Harvey and others I could write books on. Then you got out & went back to NY and we always stayed in touch. I watched you become an incredible father and role model. We never loss touch, when I ended up back in NY for work we made sure to meet up and as always we had a blast. We were family and you made sure I knew that. As time passed by I eventually had to get out of the Army. I moved home in 2014, we continued to stay in touch as we promised. We laughed and shared so many good memories bud. You’ve turned into an incredible leader and professional. I was so proud to see you maturing more and more. The last time we talked was last week about our upcoming big rivalry, your Pack vs my Vikes! We were both so excited for the game, because it gave us another opportunity to chat. I’ll never forget you homie!! Rest easy my brother! My deepest condolences to the entire Fusaro family. You raised a hell of a son and I am honored to have shared the time I had with him.
Until Valhalla

Martha Eastman

November 4, 2020

Your energy and good vibes stood out in every situation. You were a true leader. From our first conversation, to our last you were everything you said you were. The Plaza will never be the same with out you Anthony, you are irreplaceable. We will miss you tremendously. Wu Tang Forever!!!(Your Voice)

Katalin KOzlik

November 4, 2020

During the short time period that we had worked together at the Plaza, Lantern Community Services, it was a privilege to work with Anthony. Anthony's commitment to his work as a Director of Program Operations, specially the wellbeing of Clients and securing of the building, was unprecedented and unparalleled. Anthony was truly there for our work team and did all to keep and make us feel safe and appreciated.
I remember that on 9/11, my Central European origins came up in a conversation. He shared with me that he had plans to visit Austria from where he had ancestry and that he had served two tours in Iraq. I am grateful that I had a chance to bless him then. Anthony, there will not be another DPO like you at the Plaza and you will always stay in my heart for being a righteous person.

Timothy Hensley

November 4, 2020

I went through basic and ait with aj we were both stationed in ft Campbell Same company and all can’t believe he’s gone he was like a brother to me we had been through a lot back then and I was glad to call him family I hope to see you again one day brother

Jai Clay

November 3, 2020

We were stationed together at Ft. Campbell we deployed to Iraq and there were several missions that we were on together. I remember having many talks about football and life in general and many jokes and laughs. It always hurts my when the world looses a genuine good guy, but it hurts more when it's someone I knew and respected. Hey buddy your time on earth may be over but your memory will live through all of us that knew you. I want to send my condolences to your family I am truly sorry for your loss. Till Valhalla Brother


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