FREDERICK CHRISTIAN HUSSEY obituary

FREDERICK CHRISTIAN HUSSEY Obituary

Sumter, South Carolina, United States

December 01, 1968 - December 23, 2023

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FREDERICK CHRISTIAN HUSSEY obituary

FREDERICK CHRISTIAN HUSSEY Obituary

Dec 01, 1968 - Dec 23, 2023

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Frederick Christian Hussey 1968-2023

Frederick Christian Hussey, 55, died peacefully in his Sumter home on Friday, December 23, 2023.  

"Chris" attended Furman High School in Sumter, South Carolina before joining the United States Army. He served his country as, first, a tank driver, and, later, a combat medic in: Operation Desert Storm, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and the War in Afghanistan before retiring a decorated veteran and recipient of numerous commendations for his bravery in service; as well as 3 Purple Heart Medals of Honor.

He is preceded in death by parents, Fred and Judy Hussey, grandparents: Fred V. (Myrtle) Hussey and Frank (Blanche) Scurry, and sister, Connie Black.  

Chris is survived by two sons, Dalton and Daniel (Traci) Hussey and two grandsons, Evan and Zachary all of Myrtle Beach, one brother, Michael (Kathie) Hussey of Turbeville and, one sister, Winn (Correy) Salley of Jacksonville, FL, 14 nieces and nephews, a large extended family and friends. No one loved their family and friends as much as Chris.

The family has a small, private ceremony planned for a later date. Memorials can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project.

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