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Jesse Lusian 24, dies resulting from complications of the Anthrax Vaccine

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Jesse Lusian Age 24, died Saturday, September 2, 2006 from complications resulting from an anthrax vaccine he received while serving our country as a Merchant Marine on a cargo ship in Diego Garcia, a Navy Support Facility in the Middle East. Jesse is survived by his father Robert Lusian of Hemet; mother, Colleen Lusian-Halbohm and stepfather, Bruce Halbohm of Cloverdale; grandmothers, Dorothy Lusian of Hemet and Shirley Evelyn Smyth of Hillsborough; brother, Ralph Lusian of Tuscaloosa, AL; aunts, Kerry Taylor of Santa Rosa and Eileen Gordon and her husband Bob of Daly City; uncle, Gerald Lusian; "Uncle Fred" Spencer and his wife Sharon; Aunt Nancy and Uncle Geno Franconi; Shelly Pedersen; cousins, Kelly Gordon, Billy Spencer, Debbie Gallegos, Karla and Frank Bobadilla, Jason Russel, Marcus Ryan, Mikey Taylor; step-brothers, Ron and Ryan Flanders, Justin Halbohm; and step-sister, Heather Stasulat; and many, many more cousins, uncles and aunts. He is also survived by the entire Irish clan of Smyth's from Galway, Ireland and the Peter's family, originally from the Azores in Portugal. The number of people who loved Jesse is very long, because Jesse was such a lovable guy. Jesse will also be missed by his many friends and classmates from Barrington, RI, and Piney Point, MD, at the Paul Hall Academy for Merchant Marines. Jesse, my dear son, you will suffer no more. Our lives were forever changed by your love and we will never be the same without you.
Friends are invited to attend a Memorial Service on Tuesday, September 19, 2006 at 6:00 p.m. at SNEIDER & SULLIVAN & O'CONNELL'S FUNERAL HOME, 977 So. El Camino Real in San Mateo.
In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to:
Jesse Lusian Anthrax Vaccine Victims Fund for Merchant Marines
c/o The Law Offices of Jeanne Levin
2455 Bennett Valley Road, Suite C107
Santa Rosa, CA 95404.

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