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Molly June Busch (Herban) - Class Of 1960 VIEW PROFILE

Molly June Busch (Herban)

Reported by Buzz Hayworth  



Molly June Herban

Nov. 14, 1941 - Jan. 27, 2010

BROOKSVILLE, FL - Molly June Herban 68, died on Wednesday January 27, 2010 in Waterloo Alabama surrounded by her family.

Molly was born on November 14, 1941 to Ruth and Edwin Busch who preceded her in death and also by a twin sister who died at birth.

Surviving are her loving children: Kathleen (Paul) Anastos, of South Bend and Mark Herban of Waterloo Alabama and five grandchildren, Nicholas and Andrew Anastos, Shelby, Austin and Collin Herban.

Molly graduated from Central High School class of 1960 and was looking forward to attending her 50th class reunion. She was a volunteer at Lydick and Warren School, worked for Civil Service giving Armed Forces test and was a secretary for D.C.A.S. (Defense Contract Administration Services) the South Bend division; she then transferred to Ft. Wayne and worked in quality control for the US Government as well as in Indianapolis.

She retired in 2003 and in 2004 moved to Brooksville Florida and became a Hospice Volunteer where she worked the Share program at her church, took friends to Dr Appts and really enjoyed working on her genealogy and card making. Molly loved to travel and made friends no matter where she went. She loved all types of music but attended many jazz festivals.

Her pride and joy were her grandchildren and a great grandchild due in May. Molly was always a giving person and loved her independence.

Per her wishes she has been cremated and private family service will be held at a later date; however a Remembrance Day will be held on March 20, 2010 at the Knights of Columbus Hall 5202 Linden Ave. in South Bend from 12-4 pm EST. A short service will take place at 1:30 pm EST at which time anyone wishing to share a memory may do so. Memorial contribution may be sent to Hernando Pasco Hospice, 12260 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, FL 34613 in memory of Molly Herban.


12/26/2021 DEC

South Bend Tribune

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