Mom grew up on a farm near Belding, Michigan. She eventually met and married Dad, Francis Donald Buller. Together they had five children, Patricia (deceased), Charlene, Nancy, Kathleen and Mark. The couple farmed for many years both in Michigan and Wisconsin before retiring to enjoy life, splitting time between their home in Wisconsin and being snowbirds in Arizona. Mom was the farm bookkeeper for many years and continued keeping the books for Dad's part time retirement business as a produce broker. She loved playing golf, spending time with friends and family, traveling and trips to the local casinos. Mom could be a character, being funny, suspicious, cranky and joyful all in one sentence. She may have been a "farm wife" but mom could be as glamorous as the biggest movie stars when she wanted to. Always beautiful and always loved, we will miss you, mom.
Marguerite A. Buller 92 of Greenville (Michigan) formerly of Wisconsin died Wednesday March 14,2012 at Masonic Pathways in Alma (Michigan).
Marguerite was born on January 18, 1920 in Belding (Michigan),the daughter of Anthony and Mary Magdelene(Kopp) Breimayer. She was a past member of St. Mary Catholic Church in Briggsville, Wisconsin and a member of the Ave Maria Guild.
Marguerite was preceded by her husband Francis D. Buller on December 26, 1994,her parents, brothers; Raymond, Ronald,Edward and Clarence, one sister Esther Kennedy and a daughter Patricia Ann. Marguerite is survived by her children; Charlene (Joseph) Duesler of Portage, WI, Nancy (Ronald) Surrey of Greenville, MI, Kathleen (Keith) Kintner of Oshkosh, WI, Mark Buller of Stevens Point, WI, five grandchildren, eight great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren.
Francis Donald Buller
1916–1994 (m. 1940)