2023ObituariesDavid Troy Fusilier

February 27, 2023by SealeUser9

December 22, 1982 – February 21, 2023



Timothy 4:7

  • “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”

Mark 10:45

  • “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and give his life as a ransom for many.”


There are endless ways that Troy served and gave his heart to those who knew him, and even those who did not.

Throughout his short life here, he was a beloved son, brother, uncle, mentor, father figure, warrior, and best friend to all.

While in the Army and serving two tours in Iraq, Troy bravely put his life on the line for his loved ones, complete strangers, and our country. For this, he earned and was awarded many honorable achievements to include The Bronze Star Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal & Iraq Campaign Star.

Troy didn’t live the life he did on this earth for the recognition, nor any award.

He selflessly gave and he served with his all.

Proceeded in death by his beloved mother, Patricia Fusilier, baby brother Christopher Fusilier, and both maternal and paternal grandparents.

Being one of five children, he leaves behind his father, Ronald Fusilier Sr., Step-mother Rhonda, closest confidant and big sister Dawn Fusilier, brother Jamie Fusilier, sister Leslie Landry, sister Lacee Fusilier, nephew Cameron Lambert, niece Karsyn Landry, numerous aunts, family members, companion of six years Kelli Ingalls and her children Bryce and Bailey Ingalls, and an entire community of countless friends and colleagues in the real estate industry.

While we have an immensely large heartache and shadow with him gone, there will also now be a bright light of Troy that will shine down on all of us eternally.

Visitation for Troy will take place at Seale Funeral Home in Denham Springs, LA on Wednesday, March 1, 2023 from 5:00 PM until 9:00 PM, and will resume Thursday, March 2, 2023 from 8:00 AM until time of service at 11:00 AM.  In lieu of flowers the family request, donations can be made to the Wounded Warrior Project.

Please share you stories and condolences at www.sealefuneral.com




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  • Zulu 7

    March 17, 2023 at 12:07 am

    To David one of my NCOs,
    Hearing of your passing has been not only crazy as you were you but it truly enabled me to take a step back and realize to make every moment count. You were a great leader and I’m proud to have been there for you. Along side of you in combat and in helping mold the future in garrison. I always tested you on purpose to make you a better leader, and you always gave it your best.
    To your family, my condolences to you for your loss and want you to know that he was an amazing person leader and friend. He will never be forgotten and will be truly missed.


  • Matthew Oscar Fusilier

    March 5, 2023 at 2:16 am

    J have many fond memories of Troy, especially his younger years of adult experience and certainly even the moment he waa so enthralled when he was planning to enter the Arry.
    I remember mostly about his expression whenI gave him a small item which I had acquired decades ago in mu childhood.
    It was a tiny metal historical military figure of “Royal Fuselier” figure.
    ” a soldier who is infantry and the name is derived from a soldier with a gun.”
    He seemed very interested and certainly aware of what it meant to be the bearer of such an impressive name.
    My sincere condolences are indeed to his circle of family, as well as my sibling, on this difficult time and days ahead of grieving his tremendous life spirit.


  • Raymond Theard

    March 1, 2023 at 2:52 am

    “Fuse” is what I called Troy. He was always positive during stressful times and would bring a smile to my face when I least expected it. He always reminded me that we were home boys when I would wear my Saints and LSU hats.
    Troy touched many lives. He will be missed I’m sure. May God bless the Fusilier Family and May Troy Rest in Peace.
    Command Sergeant Major (Ret)
    Raymond Theard


  • Gerald L Williams, Sr

    March 1, 2023 at 2:51 am

    My sincere condolences to the family of David Fusilier. He has left a void in the 31st Engineer Battalion “Spartan” family.
    CSM(R) Gerald L Williams, Sr


  • Richard munroe

    February 27, 2023 at 9:46 pm

    This breaks my heart, David fusilier not only was a friend but fellow Battle Buddy and Soldier, while stationed in Hawaii we were with the 130th Engineer Brigade (Sappers) we deployed together in 2009 to 2010 to Iraq were me and him were Roomates and lived in a small conex trailer there we became close and had a lot of great conversation to include talks about the future were he told me he eventually wanted to become a coach or real estate agent, while deployed we were part of a unique team called personal security detachment, were are only mission/job was to protect upper echelons of the army from harm while attending several top secret meetings with iraqi official’s on the fate of there country, we had many close calls over there while serving together and literally watched each others backs, when we eventually Re-deployed back to Hawaii both of us were extremely happy we made it home safe and talked about that as well, soon after that deployment we both came down on orders to Fort Leonardwood, missouri were he became a Drill Sergeant teaching these young new Soldiers the Army way of life and preparing them to be a US Army Soldier while myself I became an Advanced Individual Training Sergeant right down the road, so he would teach these folks to be Soldiers then once they graduate he would bring them to me to teach them there actual job in the military, long story short we stayed in contact with each other, now around 2014 i did my time and left fort leonardwood, that is were we lost contact and havent spoken since, i heard the news he passed away a few days ago thru mutual friends, and it breaks my heart he was such a great dude, so young but did accomplish so much in his young life, and will be truly missed by many but hey we have the memories and i will cherish those for the rest of my life, So Until Vahalla Brother Staff Sergeant Fusilier, may you RIP my old friend and Battle Buddy


  • Rhonda Fusilier

    February 27, 2023 at 9:33 pm

    Troy I was so blessed to help raise you. You were a true blessing. The first time I saw you age 9 I feel head over heels in love with you . I will always have memories of going to all your sport games and going to waffle house to just talk. You were a wonderful son. I will miss you more than I can breath . You are safely in your mom’s arms again my sweet child .


  • Christine Barbay

    February 27, 2023 at 8:57 pm

    Our Family gives all their thoughts prayer, and condolences to the Fuslier family. As a child, Troy was always so sweet and kind and loved his family. He grew to be a strong and courageous young man. Troy will always be in our hearts. He left a mark on all who knew him. Rest in peace my sweet young man and give your mom a hug for me. Love and prayers. Barbay family


  • Cindy M Galtier

    February 27, 2023 at 7:19 pm

    I am so saddened and heartbroken by the passing of Troy. He was married to my daughter Brandy is how I met him. He was always kind and respected me as his mother-in-law. We had some good times together, cutting up and laughing. He had a contagious smile. Although their marriage didn’t last I still often though of Troy and
    prayed and hope he was living the life he always wanted and he was happy. My thoughts and prayers go out to Mr. Ronnie and all the family members and close friends. I know how it feels to lose a child and it is the most
    devastating thing a parent can go through. But through prayers and support it does get easier, it just never goes away. Rest in Peace your man. You will be truly missed by all!


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