George F. “Rick” Musselman, 72, of Claysburg. passed away Saturday August 14, 2021 at Nason Hospital. He was born January 25, 1949, in Hollidaysburg, son of the late Kenneth C. and Idabelle (Teeter) Musselman. He married Carol L. Hoffer on March 12, 1967 in Duncansville.
Surviving is his wife of 54 years, Carol, a son Mark A. Musselman and wife Julie (Hartman) of East Freedom, a daughter Tammy S. Musselman, a son Matthew R. Musselman and wife Apryl (Singer) and a daughter Angelia D. Imler and husband Matthew, all of Claysburg, 12 grandchildren Matthew L. Musselman and wife Tara, Ashley Russell and husband Dan, Victoria Musselman, Kristen Lackey and husband Brandon, Kayla Musselman, Cassidy Imler, Jordan Musselman, Kaitlyn Imler, Madison Musselman, Americus Musselman, Emmett Musselman and Bentley Musselman, three great grandchildren Bryson Walker, Noah Musselman and Jace Lackey, a brother Kenneth Musselman, a sister Vickie Heck and numerous nieces nephews and other family. He was preceded in death by a sister Penny Lesher and brothers James and David Musselman.
Rick enjoyed hunting, drag racing, working on cars, camping, watching NASCAR and watching the Steelers, until his health started to fail. Rick always made time to help people, spent a great deal of time with friends and always loved spending time with his family. He always put his family first in everything he did.
Rick was active in the Claysburg wrestling program when he was younger and at one time was a member of the Claysburg Volunteer Fire Company.
He was a long time employee of John Stuckey Ford with over 30 years of service.
He was known as “Rick” by all of his many friends, and was always a beloved brother, husband, dad, uncle, pappy and great pappy by his family.
Friends will be received from 2-4 & 6-8 P.M. on Tuesday August 17, 2021 at the Leslie-Miller Funeral Home, Claysburg and from 10 AM until the 11:00 AM funeral service on Wednesday August 18, 2021 at the Upper Claar Church of the Brethren, with Pastor David Maxwell officiating. Interment at Upper Claar Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to the Claysburg Volunteer Fire Company.
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Claysburg Volunteer Fire Compamy
P.O. Box 292, Claysburg PA 16625