March 5, 1971 ~ July 24, 2020

Born in: Danville, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Mark Fuson, 49, of Indianapolis, passed away on July 24, 2020. He was born on March 5, 1971 in Danville, IN to the late Roger and LaVeda (Horton) Fuson. Mark graduated from Danville Community High School, in 1990. He attended college at Ball State University. Mark was a teacher at Roncalli and New Palestine High Schools
Mark was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity and served in many offices including President. He was a member of the Indiana Teacher’s Union and served as a Union Steward.
Mark loved teaching and spoke fondly of his past students and fellow teachers. He treasured the fellowship of his fraternity.
Mark is preceded in death by his parents, mentioned above. He is survived by his brother, Matt (Jeanette) Fuson.
The family is planning on having a celebration of life at a later date. Please continue to check the website for updates.

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  1. So sorry for Mark’s friends and family. Mark was a dear old friend from grade school through college and beyond. I will treasure our memories and always remember him. Witty smart humorous and always a big heart. We just loved him.
    JILL 89. Danville BSU.

  2. So sorry to hear about Mark’s passing. He use to come over to our house & play basketball with our son John. He was always so funny. We enjoyed having him over.

  3. So sorry to hear about Mark’s passing. He was at our house a lot during his Elementary years playing basketball with our son John. He was always funny.

  4. So sad to hear this!! Mr. Fuson was one of my favorite teachers! I have always had the hardest time with English and Mr. Fuson helped me get to the point of liking English as a subject!

    Thoughts and prayers to his family during this difficult time!!

  5. We are so sorry for this loss. Mark was a good friend to us both since elementary school. Lots of good memories, Billy even more so best friends through elementary and Jr High. Rest in peace dear friend.

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