Greg L. Mussman, 59, lifelong resident of Hooker, Oklahoma, passed away Monday afternoon, October 14, 2019, at Ascension Via Christi Hospital, Wichita, Kansas.
Gregory Lynn Mussman was born July 30th, 1960 in Guymon, Oklahoma. He was the middle child of Henry W. Mussman and Sharon L. Hitchcock-Mussman. Greg was a graduate of Hooker High School, Class of 1979. He was owner and operator of Musscat Auto Salvage and was a member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
A quote from his children:
“Our father lived life to its fullest. Some of his favorite pastimes were to travel and entertain friends in his own unique and adventurous ways. Whether you saw him as eclectic or living to the beat of his own drum, he surrounded himself and our world with the most amazing memorabilia, hobbies, and experiences.”
As a young boy in elementary school, he enjoyed his daily visit to the principal’s office and enjoyed the milk and cookies his mom would have ready for him when he got home even more. He also shared happy memories of tinkering in his dad’s auto body shop and learning the car business.
As an adult, he would drop anything he was doing to go have lunch with his closest friends. He made sure his time with his children was full of laughs, life lessons, and full of adventure. He also shared his hope of the resurrection. Daddy’s love for life also included Corvettes, motorcycles, boating, and Roughing It Smoothly.
Greg is preceded in death by his mother, Sharon L. Hitchcock-Mussman and his Uncle Bill Hitchcock.
Survivors include his three children, Tessa Mussman-Poff, Reese Mussman and Dyllan Mussman, three grandchildren, Presley, Piper and Devyn of Edmond, OK; father, Henry Mussman of Hooker, OK; two sisters, Karon Thompson and her husband Craig of Austin, TX, and Teresa Mussman of Arvada, CO, several aunts, uncles and many friends.
MEMORIALS MAY BE GIVEN TO THE
AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATON, C/O:
HENSON-NOVAK FUNERAL DIRECTORS
P.O. BOX 1306
GUYMON, OKLAHOMA 73942
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