Brad-Rauscher "Rausch"-Obituary

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Brad E. Rauscher "Rausch"

Sheffield Lake, Ohio

May 11, 1953 – Oct 17, 2017 (Age 64)


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Busch Funeral and Crematory Services Obituary

Brad E. Rauscher "Rausch", 64 of Sheffield Lake passed away at home, surrounded by family on Tuesday, October 17, 2017, after he fought a lengthy illness. Brad was born on May 11, 1953 and served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He was a Maintenance Electrician at PolyOne for 36 years. Brad...

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Dear Linda and Brad,
We are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts are with you during this time. Peace and love

We grew-up with Brad and the Rauscher family on Dillewood Ave. Great memories. He was a guy of outstanding character, heart, and humor. He was always there for people - be it his family, friends, or community. We will miss him. Rest in peace.... Our prayers to Linda and other family members for your loss.

Mike Carollo, Cincinnati, OH

Our Thoughts and Prayers and with all of you at this time.

Dear Linda and Family,

We'll miss seeing Brad, RIP - our deepest sympathies and prayers are with you. Kenneth J. Stein family, Stuttgart, Germany

dear linda,jan,and family,my sincere condolences on the loss of brad,i have fond memories of him in high school,always had a smile.god bless you all in this sad time my thoughts and prayers are with you all.sincerly

Linda, Jan and family,
I'm asking God to bless you with courage and strength to bear this sorrow and loss. May your cherished happy memories see you through the tears of pain.

We're so sad for the loss of Brad. He was a keeper, and his love for his family deep and unending. Grief can be all consuming , look to those memories you all created with him this summer for comfort when it's darkest. And know that he is always with you if you just look into your heart.

Dear Linda,

Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I have many fond memories of working with Brad. He will certainly be missed. He touched so many lives.


To Linda, Kylee and BJ...prayers for comfort. Anyone who met or knew Brad will remember him as one in a million. He had the best wit. Brad always out others before himself and his generosity was limitless.
Brad will now be in heaven and know no pain.