OBITUARY

Janet G Bushey

October 16, 1933September 8, 2018

Janet G Bushey was born on October 16, 1933 and passed away on September 8, 2018.

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Janet G Bushey

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Michael Bushey

September 17, 2018

My Dear Mother. Can't put into words how heartfelt I am right now. You always stuck by me through all of my life. I'm not here without you. My heart and soul will always be with you. GOD BLESS YOU AND I’M SO HAPPY YOU ARE AT PEACE NOW. NO MORE PAIN. I WILL MISS U DEARLY MY BEAUTIFUL MOTHER. KISSES AND HUGS . SMILE YOU MADE ME. MICHAEL

Scott Bushey

September 15, 2018

My Mother was born in Hartford, Connecticut on October 16, 1933. She was raised by her late Father, Salvatore Vicorito and late Mother, Yetta. Mom had three sisters: Gloria, Sheryl and Michele.

Mom graduated from Hartford Public High School. In 1955, she was wed to my Father, Frank M. Bushey. This marriage covenant bore three children; Michael, Scott and Daniel. Additionally, she leaves 11 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

Mom worked various jobs that I can recall. One job was a waitress @ Delmonico’s restaurant in W. Hartford and another time, a bookkeeper @ Veeder Root factory in Hartford. In 1969 the Bushey’s bought their first home in West Hartford, Connecticut. Soon after, working hard, they upgraded to a larger home in the same community.

In 1972, my father, who was a house painter decided it would be in our best interest to move south where the weather fit his occupation better, to the warmth of Florida; the Bushey’s settled in Margate, Florida. It was here that Janet spent the majority of her life.

Janet retired from the School Board of Broward County, Florida, in 1991; Her last formidable assignment was as the executive secretary to the administrator of Atlantic Vocational School.

Janet was an avid reader and loved novels of all sorts.  My Mother was an intelligent gal and all of us gained many moments of golden wisdom from her over the years; she was tough as nails as a Mother and would never let anyone talk down on her family. If we were in the wrong, we suffered under her discipline, but if not, she defended us to the end.

Janet was a tough cookie, suffering under the wrath of lung cancer, having a lobectomy about 12 years ago; 7 years ago, she was hit by bladder cancer and the surgeons removed her bladder, ultimately being the cause of her passing. She was a great, tender saint and we will miss her dearly.

Nikole McCarthy

September 15, 2018

Aunt Janet,

I will always remember our time spent together. Whether it was in FL or CT, you always knew how to put a smile on my face. I love you. May you Rest In Peace.

Love,

Nikole

Michele Snyder

September 14, 2018

Janet,

My beautiful sister who I will always love. I will cherish the quality time spent with you this past June and in August/Sept, I will never forget those last moments as I lay my head upon your chest. We laughed and cried and talked about everything. You are free at last.

I will love you forever.

Michele

Scott Bushey

September 12, 2018

Formal obituary to follow

Love you, Mom!

FROM THE FAMILY