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Kathleen A. Busch

Published On: Apr 29 2013 10:12:53 AM CDT
Updated On: Apr 29 2013 10:14:48 AM CDT
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MADISON -

Kathleen A. Busch, age 62, of Madison passed away on Sunday, April 28, 2013 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison. 

She was born on November 30, 1950, at St. Clare Hospital in Monroe to her parents LaVerne and Hedwig (Eppenberger) Busch. Kathleen graduated from New Glarus High School in 1968. She worked as a secretary at Cuna Mutual, the William S. Middleton VA Hospital, and the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.

Kathleen is survived by her father LaVerne Busch of New Glarus, WI, brothers Richard (Sue) Busch of Beloit, WI and Gerald (Joan) Busch of Blanchardville, WI, nephews, one niece, two great-nephews and two great-nieces.

She was preceded in death by her mother in 1994 and her son Michael in 2001.

Graveside services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 2, 2013, at the Swiss Church Cemetery in New Glarus with the Rev. Gene Talley officiating.

A memorial fund has been established.

The Zentner-Beal Funeral Home of New Glarus is assisting the family.

An online memorial with guestbook is available at www.bealfuneralhomes.com

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