S.J. Fooshee - McKinney Courier-Gazette, Dec. 9, 1947
RITES FOR HERO HO BE HELD HERE ON WEDNESDAY Reburial service, will be held at 3 o’ciock Wednesday afternoon in the chapel of the Harris Funeral Home for First Lt. S. P. Fooshee Jr., 25, who was killed December 29, 1944, while serving with the First Army in the Belgium Bulge action. Rev. Mr. May, pastor of the Frisco Methodist Church, arfd Rev. Clyde Parsons, pastor of the Prosper Methodist Church, will of ficiate. Burial will be made in Pecan Grovg Cemetery. Lieutenant Fooshee, the son of Mrs. S«J. Fooshee Sr., of Houston and the late Mr. Fooshee. was born in Dallas October 7, 1919 H< had resided in Texas his entire life He was a member of Borin.- Me moral Methodist Church. Survivors include his mother: one sister, Mrs. Jake Alexander and two brothers, J B. and Dale Fooshee, all of Houston: one aunt Mrs. D A. Baker of Fort Worth three uncles, Will M. Smith of Frisco, Ben W. Smith of Prospei and R. J. Walton of Fort Worth: and a cousin. Worley Smith of thi.- citv. Lieutenant Fooshee. whose body wHl arrive here from Fort Worth Wednesday morning, was awarded posthumously the Bronze Star and an oak leaf cluster for meritorio- service.