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Kahler-Dolce Mortuary

441 North Washington Street, Papillion, NE

OBITUARY

Dean E. Busch

August 29, 1972May 14, 2019
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Dean Busch, age 46, passed away on May 14, 2019. He was the husband of Lori K. Busch and was the father to Colten, Caden, and Lane. Dean and Lori were married for 20 years. Dean was born in Omaha, NE, and was the son of Judy Camenzind Pryor and William (Bill) Busch. He graduated from Omaha Northwest High school. Dean served in the Air Force for four years and most recently was a machine operator for Kellogg’s in Omaha. Dean’s greatest passion after his family was BMX racing. Dean was a nationally ranked rider and over the years earned many endorsements and awards. His presence in the local race community was larger than life and he will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife, Lori K. Busch, and sons Colten (19), Caden (13), and Lane (9). He is also survived by his loving siblings, Lori Tiarks (Ryan), Joe Busch (Jayme), Jennifer Busch, Eric Busch, Anna Baragary (Casey), Jason Pryor, John Pryor, and his mother, Judy Camenzind Pryor, and father William (Bill) Busch and stepmother Carol Busch. Dean also has many loving and caring in-laws, aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces, and dear family friend, Debbie Palmer. He is preceded in death by grandparents Francis and Mae Busch, and Luanna Camenzind. The funeral service will be held Monday, May 20th, 2019 at Reality Church at 12:00 noon, with internment immediately following at the Omaha National Cemetery. Memorial donations in lieu of flowers may be made to: Omaha BMX: www.omahabmx.com or contact Todd Kay at Todd@omahabmx.com Star City BMX: StarCityBMX.com or contact Josh Larson at 402-570-5734

Services

  • Funeral Service Monday, May 20, 2019

Memories

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Jeffrey Jens

May 20, 2019

Never above- Never below- Always beside you my brother! My prayers go out to your family and friends. May your sons grow into the kind of man you were.
Until Valhalla...

Kenneth Hanna

May 20, 2019

The from moment you left us Dean, it feels as if there's a void here at Kellogg's that no one can fill. Who can tell jokes all the time without ever insulting anyone? Who is going to work with a partner that can be difficult and make it seem easy? Who can blend in any group because they lack the ability to judge? And so much more. No one. Hence there's a void. Dean you are and will be truly missed.

Robin DeGraff

May 20, 2019

My heart goes out to the family and friends of Dean... may God be with you... Robin DeGraff

Kathy Jones

May 20, 2019

I just can’t believe you’re gone. As I read the other memories of you it just doesn’t make sense. You were always happy and ready to joke around. You always put a smile on my face even when you came to me with a complaint as a union member. My deepest prayers to your family. I know you will be missed at Kellogg’s. RIP Dean. Love you.

Eduardo Marquez Jr

May 20, 2019

When I first met Dean at Kellogg packaging
There's was this person that just made you uplift your spirit, knowingly making you laugh with tears ...he taught me so many thing in so little time that it broke my heart knowing I won't have our conversation anymore when you were coming early or me staying late....it brought tear to my eyes that you left so soon....RIP brotha one day we will have more conversation...

Bill Schroeder

May 19, 2019

Im sitting here beside myself. I keep going back and making sure I read everything, that's it real. My Deepest Sympathys to Dean's family. I met Dean so many years ago, and his always positive attitude and big smile were hard to deny. All the riding sessions or just hanging out were always better with him there. My heart is heavy with regret for the years I've let go by without seeing him and he will absolutely be missed.

Bill Busch

May 19, 2019

Thank you God for the great son you gave to your Mom and Me. Our love forever.
-Dad

Nycole Wandvik-Tolle

May 19, 2019

I worked with Dean in the processing department on the shred mills several years ago, recently we trained together on the vend bowls with Vi McIntosh.

Dean was the epitome of the Peter Pan philosophy "Never wanting to grow up" a gleam in his eyes, smile on his face, and always telling a joke. You brought all of us joy, you will be missed, rest in peace. May God hold you in the palm of his hand.

Tim Otis

May 19, 2019

Dean you were one of a kind brother! Work will never be the same without you! From that smile that could light up a valley to the temper that could come out at times LOL, you were as real as it gets! Always knew where we stood with you! My heart goes out to your wife and family! Until we meet again my friend! 🙏🏼

Sheila Davis

May 19, 2019

Dean my dear kelloggs brother only GOD knows how heavy my heart is. You are TRULY going to be missed you where an excellent friend you always looked out for me at work. We always had alot to talk about good and bad we always said this to shall pass..I cry when i think of you or when i look over at your machine and you are not there and will never be back... When i got the news that you had passed i knew work will never be the same without you..I'm gonna miss talking to u about your family and your bmx races which i thought were motorcycle until you corrected me...I'm gonna miss you and i know the good Lord will keep your family safe...Rest in peace my friend until we meet again remember your kelloggs family loved you

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