Life Story / Obituary
Feb 27, 1990 - Apr 24, 2022.
Eric Busarow, age 32, passed away on Sunday April 24, 2022. Visitation will be held at the funeral home on Wednesday May 4, 2022, from 4 to 6 with a service at 6 pm.
Eric is survived by his mother, Cindy Busarow; father, Randy (Jean Gulczynski) Busarow; sister, Tamara Pendleton; grandparents, Louise Busarow, Edward and Joan Pendleton; aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and many dear friends. Eric and his girlfriend Jamie are expecting a child to be born in August. His child will miss all of his patience, compassion, and the love he had for children. I can only imagine what he would be like with a child of his own. He was so looking forward to that. Eric loved dogs and birds and many types of animals but was especially good with small children. He loved to teach them various things and had a knack for communicating with them which usually led to laughter and fun.
Eric was an outdoor enthusiast, hiking, biking, hunting and especially fishing. I jokingly would tell people that he could catch fish in a rain puddle. He lived to fish and was very good at it. He and I had many, but not enough, good days on the water...even when we didn't catch fish. Eric was an artist and had a great gift for drawing portraits and pictures as well as tattoos and many other creative techniques. Eric was always a huge sports fan as well. He followed all the Wisconsin sports teams and was a standout basketball player in high school where he also participated in track. I had the huge privilege of being able to play softball with him as a Father/Son duo on the same team for a couple of years. A lot of great memories to be sure. I also had the pleasure of coaching him throughout the years on various sports teams. But the one that stands out is coaching his youth baseball teams for a couple of years. I will always cherish those memories.
He was always there to lend a hand and help with the "heavy lifting". He had a big heart and will be missed dearly.
WE WILL MISS YOU BUDDY!... Forever in our hearts.