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Arlene Buzby

1926 - 2016 EAST DUMMERSTON Arlene Maria Buzby, 89 of Canoe Brook Road passed away peacefully late Wednesday morning, January 6, 2016 at the Thompson House where she had been a resident for the past month. Mrs. Buzby was born in Brattleboro on January 10, 1926 the daughter of Glynn and Frances (Averill) Cra po. She lost her mother at age two and was raised by her aunt and uncle attending school in Wilton, N.H. where she graduated from Wilton High School. She worked all of her career as a bookkeeper employed at Motel 6, formerly Susse Chalet Motor Lodge and previously had been employed at Brattleboro Union High School as bookkeeper and payroll clerk. Prior to going to work at BUHS had been employed at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. She was a gambler at heart and enjoyed day trip to Foxwood Resort and Casino. She also liked to play cards, BINGO, jigsaw puzzles and time shared with her family. She was known for her cooking and baking and for many years she made beautiful wedding cakes for many area newlyweds. On July 17, 1948 at Saint Michael's Roman Catholic Church she was married to Howard K. Buzby who predeceased her in 2009. Survivors include one daughter, Sue Precourt and her husband, Donald of Westminster West, four grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by one son, Timothy Buzby (2012), two brothers, Glen "Sonny" Crapo and Fayette Crapo, one sister, Helen Tuttle and two twin brothers who died during infancy. SERVICES: In keeping with Mrs. Buzby's final wishes there are no calling hours or formal funeral services. Sympathy cards are welcome and can be sent to her daughter Sue at 43 North Goddard Hill Road, Putney, VT 05346. To sign an online register book or send messages of e-condolence please visit: www.atamaniuk.com
Published in Brattleboro Reformer on Jan. 13, 2016
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