Rollie Stussy’s love of life didn’t come to an end with his death. Rollie passed away on December 7, 2021 at the age of 69 surrounded by his loved ones, who will continue to honor his legacy by living their lives to the fullest.
Rollie is survived by his wife, Vicky, his sons Erik (Therese) of Minneapolis and Josh (Laura) of Winona. He cherished his special moments with his 3 grandsons, Liam, Quinn and Bridger. He is also survived by family including Dan (Barb) Stussy, Peggy (Neil) Stolp, Tom (Susan) Stussy and Ann (Tom) Jackson and wonderful nieces and nephews. Proceeded by his death were his parents Ralph and Virginia Stussy, and brother John.
You are and always will be a part of each of us forever.
You have touched our hearts and impacted our lives in ways you can never know.
Your open heart and priority for family, fills our minds with cherished memories.
From your annual birthday greeting video sung by you, to playing Santa Claus on Christmas eve to your young grandsons.
Holiday family band concerts in the garage, and endless math quizzes and spellings bees with the boys.
Your love of music, theater, camping and travel with family has created a lifetime of memories and an abundance of smiles and laughter.
We love you and celebrate your life not your death, because that is exactly what you would have wanted.
A family tribute to our loving husband, father and gramps.
To honor Rollie’s character and request, no funeral service will be held.
Memories and condolences of Rollie may be shared at rochestercremationservicesmn.com
13 thoughts on “Rolland “Rollie” Stussy”
My condolences to the family. Having known and worked with Rollis since 1995, I feel he lived life to the fullest and didn’t leave anything untried. I’m so glad we went out for lunch at the end of October and talked about everything under to sun. Please let us know if there is anything we can do for you during this time.
My thoughts and prayers to you Vicki and the Boys. How lucky was I too have had the gift to know Rollie and spend time with him. Memories that i will keep forever!
Prayers for all of you!
Dear Vicky and family, we are very sorry to hear of Rollie’s passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Mark and Terri Murphy
So sorry to hear of Rollie’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you! ♥️
Terry & Jody Bernatz
Vicky, Erik, Josh and all of your families….Thinking of you all with love and prayers. What a special husband , father and grandpa. May your memories surround you always.
I remember Rollie(Ron) from Pine Island years back. I recall when he and Vicky used to walk by our house. I knew all the Stussy family. Good PI people! All of you are in my thoughts and prayers. RIP
Vicky, so sorry to hear, our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Vicky, Erik and Josh…I am so very sorry to hear about your husband and dad…..Please know that I am thinking of you all and keeping you in my thoughts and prayers…..Hugs to you all at this very sad time……
My and Cindy’s condolences to Vicky and Rollie’s family. I was so fortunate that he came to work with me from 1995 to 2005. Always smart, positive and funny.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Mike and Cindy Rubin
Dear Vicky & family. Sam & I were so sorry to hear about Rollie’s passing. Although your time in Harvard was short, we enjoyed knowing your family & teaching with Rollie. He was one of a kind and we cannot think of him without smiling. He was just that kind of guy. We share in your sorrow.
Our condolences to you and your family Vicky. We treasure the friendship and the numerous good times. We remember fondly the visit we made to your home several years ago. Our prays and thoughts are with you.
Dan, Peg, Tom, Ann, Vicki and the whole Stussy clan,
Sorry to hear of Ronnie’s passing. The Lunde’s and Stussy’s were neighbors for a long time. Many memories. Ronnie was a good guy with a little bit of mischief thrown in. He will be missed. Thinking of all of you at your time of grief.
Our sympathy to Vicky, Erik and Josh. Remembering all the fun times camping with the boy scouts. Always a lot of laughs when Rollie was around. Fond memories.