Brenda Dushack

Date of Death: November 3, 2017
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Brenda P. Dushack, age 72, died on Friday, November 3, 2017 at her home. She was born on October 2, 1945 in Brooklyn, New York. She married James Dushack on November 2, 1963. Brenda worked at American Family Insurance in Madison for 25 years and at Target Madison East for 15 years. She is survivedContinue Reading

Carol Jean DeGroot left a message on November 13, 2017:
Your family is in my heart. So sorry for your loss. Cj degroot
Liz Fahlstrom-Bruns left a message on November 8, 2017:
Dear Dobie, James and Michael,

I never got to know this fun lady, I do feel cheated because we never meet. After reading the other notes, she sounds like my kinda gal. She worked hard for many years and raised a fine family.

My love goes out to all of you at this sad time and hope your memories of Brenda keep you warm for many years.

Much love to you all and please accept our most sincere sad thoughts and prayers for you and the entire family.

Love from,
Liz Fahlstrom-Bruns
Evan Bruns
Joan Fahlstrom
Greg Fahlstrom
and the entire Fahlstrom Clan
Pam Tikkanen left a message on November 7, 2017:
Brenda was a pistol to work with and she had a name for all of us. I admired her for her strength in difficult situations at work .Brenda would come to work telling us a joke or two and getting us to laugh. When Brenda did get angry I would call her sunshine then she would smile.One day I came to work and noticed a scowl and people were trying to stay away from her but I approached her and said you don't scare me and we both laughed.No one could say the closing announcement like Brenda. I will miss you dear Brenda R.I.P
Julie Acker left a message on November 7, 2017:
My thoughts are with you all, Brenda`s So Fun, and Warm personality will be my memory, I do believe she is healthy and happy looking down on you all, her beautiful laugh, She had a way to quietly Care for many people. She has always Had A Very Big, Loving, Heart. Brenda is now your Angel, Big Hug to you all, Julie
Pam Haley left a message on November 6, 2017:
Worked with her relalatives, Ruth , Joann Jorded (Did back) played horse shoes with Dubie and worked wth Debbie Weisensal.
Margo Fochs left a message on November 6, 2017:
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Andrew Brausen left a message on November 5, 2017:
I will never forget working with Brenda. She made so many awful nights so much better. I loved getting her cart for her and helping her in the fitting room when she'd get behind. We'd make all kinds of jokes and laugh. She accepted me for who I am as I came out and then later transitioned. Never faltering in her love or acceptance. I will never forget you Brenda and thank you for sharing her with us.
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