OBITUARIES – William A. Hussey

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22 August, 1990


William A. Hussey, 64, died August 18 at home.

Born in Princeton, Mr. hussey was a lifelong resident. He was a self-employed auto mechanic for 25 years and later worked for the Trenton Armored Motor Service for 10 years.

Mr. Hussey was a member of the Mercer Engine Co. No. 3 for 38 years and had served as assistant foreman, foreman, and assistant chief of the Princeton Fire Department. In 1970, he became chief of the department. In addition, Mr. Hussey was a life member of the New Jersey Firemen’s Relief Association. He was also a former member of the Squatter’s Club.

Mr. Hussey is survived by his wife, Elizabeth M. Hussey; two sons, William A. Hussey Jr. of Princeton; a son and daughter-in-law. Scott D. and Ann Hussey of Plainsboro; a daughter, Norma E. Mihalik of Sacramento, Calif.; five grandchildren: and a great-granddaughter.

The funeral was held at,the Mather-Hodge Funeral Home, 90 Vandeventer Avenue, Prince-ton, theRev. Dr. James H. Harris Jr.,.pastor of the Princeton United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Princeton Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Mercer Engine Co. No. 3, Chambers Street, Princeton 08540.

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