Sunday, June 13, 2010

Marilyn Jean Burris Busig 1931 - 1993

Obituary: Marilyn J. Busig - A rosary will begin at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home for Marilyn J. Busig, who died of pneumonia at home Friday, July 30, 1993. She was 62. Born June 11, 1931 in Conway, N.D., Mrs. Busig retired as a packer for Nabisco Co. after 32 years. She had lived in Vancouver for 52 years. Survivors include two daughters, Robin White and Carol A. Cain of Ridgefield; five sons, Larry Busig and Charles Busig, both of La Center, Patrick Busig and Jeffrey Busig, both of Vancouver, and Randy Fewins of Los Angeles; eight sisters, Donna Fewins of Phelan, Calif., Joyce Burris of Duarte, Calif., Teresa Pausch of Roswell, Ga., Patricia Pawlaczyk of Sacramento, Calif., Judy Nibler of Fresno, Calif., Cathryn Werner of Hanover Park, Ill., Mabel Sakrison of Vancouver and Sister Ann Burris of Seattle; one brother, Charles Burris of Vancouver; and 13 grandchildren. A funeral will begin at 1 p.m. Thursday at Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home, with burial in St. James Acres. Memorial contributions may be made to charity of donor's choice.


Marilyn Jean Burris Busig Family Tree

Birth: Jun. 11, 1931
Walsh County
North Dakota, USA
Death: Jul. 30, 1993
Clark County
Washington, USA

Father: Francis Albert "Bert" BURRIS b: 2 SEP 1901 in Conway, Walsh County, North Dakota
Mother: Blanche Hazel HEISING b: 12 JAN 1905 in Conway, Walsh County, North Dakota

On April 20, 1948, in Vancouver, Washington, Marilyn Jean Burris married Kenneth Eugene "Kenny" Busig, born on August 25, 1926 in Sterling, Logan County, Colorado. They had eight children, six boys and two girls.

Above, the adults from left to right, Delores Mae "Lorry" Busig, Florence Barton, John H. Busig, Bertha Busig, Harold W. Busig, Charles E. Barton, Marilyn Busig and Kenneth Busig. The children are Mardell and Maurice Barton.
This picture was taken around 1947 at John and Bertha Busig's house at 5817 East 1st Street, McLoughlin Heights in Vancouver, Washington. This was part of the wartime housing built for people working in the Vancouver Shipyards.

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