|Birth: ||Apr. 19, 1984|
|Death: ||Dec. 19, 2009|
♥ ♥ ♥ This memorial generously sponsored by P. David Eastburn. ♥ ♥ ♥
Roxanne was struck by a car when she was helping her injured dog off of Indiana State Road 340. She was the daughter of Marvin and Pam McLain Wrisinger. On November 5, 2007 she was married to Jason Buescher.
Roxanne was a graduate of Meadville High School in Missouri; received her Bachelor Arts Degree from Indiana State University and her Masters Degree in Psycology for family and child counseling from Cappella University. She was employed as a caseworker for Hamilton Center in Terre Haute, Indiana.
She is survived by her parents in Meadville along with a brother Tyler; a brother Chris in Saint Joseph, Missouri; along with several aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Her grandparents Kenneth and Rosalee McLain along with cousins Matthew Lee and Elijah Douglas McLain preceded her in death.
Services at 2 P.M. Sunday December 27, 2009 with visitation at 1 P.M. Saturday and family receiving friends from 5-7 P.M. that evening.
Memorials to Elmwood Cemetery or the Roxanne Buescher Scholarship fund at Wright - Baker - Hill Funeral Home at Box 496 Brookville, Missouri 64628.
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A Brazil resident died Saturday evening after being struck by a vehicle.
At approximately 6:54 p.m., Saturday, officers with the Clay County Sheriff's Department and Brazil City Police Department responded to an automobile accident involving a pedestrian on State Road 340.
According to reports, a vehicle, driven by Jonathan C. Orten, 46, Brazil, was traveling east on SR 340 when he struck Roxanne L. Buescher, 25, Brazil.
Clay County Coroner Joel Reinoehl pronounced Buescher dead at the scene.
Orten told officials he did not see anything but felt something hit his vehicle. He then turned around to go back.
According to a report provided by CCSD, a witness stated he witnessed Buescher in the roadway bending over doing "something."
The report stated the witness asked Buescher if she needed help, to which she responded "yes."
However, at that moment, the vehicle driven by Orten came over a hill. The witness then began yelling to Buescher to get out of the road and started running toward her.
The report stated Buescher was attempting to remove her dog from the roadway after it had been hit by another vehicle.
Due to the nature of the accident, a breathalyzer test was administered to Orten, which was found negative. No citations have been issued.
Assisting in the crash were TransCare, the Posey Township Fire Department, Clay County Search and Rescue and the Knightsville Town Marshal.
* * * A Special Thank You To P.David Eastburn For Sponsoring the Memorial For Roxanne Buescher * * *
Link To The Brazil, Indiana Times ~
Jason Buescher (1982 - 2009)*
Created by: Steve
Record added: Feb 27, 2010
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