June 15, 2023, Judy Lynn (White) Busse, 64, of Hiram, GA, passed away peacefully at Wellstar Paulding
Medical Center with her beloved husband David at her side.
Judy, the youngest of five children was born on July 25, 1958, to Maggie and Raymond White in Chicago,
Illinois. At age three the family moved to Union Grove, Wisconsin. Her early jobs, which she held down
while in school, included pumping gas and waitressing. She graduated from Wayne High School. Not
long after high school Judy met David and moved to Omro, Wisconsin.
Judy and David married in 1981 and for four years resided near Omro. In 1983 Judy gave birth to her
son, Noah. In 1985 they moved to Union Grove, Wisconsin, where they lived for twenty-three years. In
2008 they moved to Hiram, Georgia.
After high school Judy went directly into the workforce. She worked for several companies throughout
her life looking for her place. American Roller, Domino Furniture, Best Buy, and LC Thompson are just
some of her employers. Years later, she returned to school, and in 2014, she earned a Bachelor of
Science degree in Psychology at Capella University.
Judy was a member of the Union Grove Church of God where she attended as a child. Later she served
as the treasurer, a song leader, and other leadership roles. She was baptized in 1997.
Judy loved to travel, cook, ballroom dance, and watch romantic comedies. She accumulated an
extensive collection of jewelry.
Judy was preceeded in death by father Raymond Hansard White, and mother Maggie Alline (Goforth)
White, sisters Doris (White) Bensen and Diann (White) Tomaschefsky, brothers Jerry White and Tony
White, father-in-law Earl Busse.
She is survived by husband David Earl Busse, son Noah Ainsley Busse, mother-in-law Iris (Redlin) Busse,
sisters-in-law Janis (Busse) Eberhart, Joan (Busse) Hunter, and Lori (Busse) Giffey, brother-in-law Gary
Visitation will be at Clark Funeral Home, 4373 Atlanta Highway, Hiram,GA on June 24, 2023 from 4:00
PM to 7:00 PM. There will be a Celebration of Judy’s Life at 3522 County Highway FF, Omro, WI during
the afternoon of July 29, 2023.