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Obituary for Anna E. Fuchslin
Anne Fuchslin passed in her sleep at home on February 15, 2015 only a half day from reaching 100 years of age. She was a cancer survivor and her long life was blessed by family and many friends. Anne is survived by her brother Carl Fassler(Marion), son Richard Fuchslin , daughter Lorraine Fuchslin, grandson Paul Fuchslin(Kiby), grandson David Fuchslin(Jocke) great grandsons Brennan and Blake. She was preceded in death by her parents Myron and Anna Fassler and brother Mike Fassler. Born in Oberiberg, Switzerland Anne immigrated to California with her parents when she was 5 years old. She grew up in Nicolaus, CA on a dairy with her parents. She journeyed to Sacramento and graduated from Healds Business College in 1935. There she worked for Crystal Creamery until she met the sweetheart of her dreams. Anne and Walter Fuchslin soon married settling in Dixon, CA at which time they opened for business “Valley Livestock Transportation Service”. Anne and Walter worked as a team to build a successful trucking business. They became recognized as true pioneers in the transportation of livestock. The business grew and served the industry for over 60 years thru out the Western States. Anne was an astute business person and a loving wife and mother. She enjoyed being close to home where all her family and business activity occurred. She remained involved in business until her early nineties. She was content with the simple pleasures of life and helped many in need in a variety of ways. Anne was a long time member of the Young Ladies Institute. She also was the 2005 recipient of the Golden Achievement Award presented by the American Truck Historical Society. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Peters Catholic Church 105 S Second St, Dixon, CA on Tuesday February 24, 2015 at 11am. A private interment will follow at the Silveyville Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital or Dixon Teen Center PO Box 403 Dixon, CA 95620.