Gail M. Strohbusch

  • Born: February 19, 1962
  • Died: October 22, 2019
  • Location: Horicon, Wisconsin

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Mayville, WI 53050

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Gail M. Strohbusch, age 57, of Horicon passed away on Tuesday, October 22, 2019 at St. Mary's Hospital in Madison.

Gail was born the daughter of Michael Bath on February 19, 1962. Gail was raised by her father Michael and his wife Mary. She was a 1980 graduate of Beaver Dam High School. Gail was then united in marriage to Donald Strohbusch on July 23, 1982 in Horicon. She continued her schooling and went on to serve and take care of others as an LPN. She had worked for 20 plus years at Columbus Care Center and then went on to work 10 plus years for Dodge Correctional until her health declined. In her spare time, Gail loved going on gaming trips as well as playing casino games online. She loved to travel with her husband to see her children and her grandchildren. She will be fondly remembered as a remarkable and strong woman with a quick wit who couldn't be held down and was always the bigger person.

Gail is survived by her husband- Donnie of Horicon. Her children- Angela (Charlie) Roze of Green Bay, Leah (fiancé Sam Hinz) Strohbusch of Horicon, Shawn Strohbusch of Pierre, SD., her special son in law- Nathan Lyman of Horicon. Her grandchildren- Justin, Shaun, Andrea Lyman and Ben Roze. Her siblings- Michael (Sue) Bath of LA., Jim Bath of NC., Jeff Bath of Baltimore, MD., Michelle Munday of Taylorsville, NC., Barb Farley of Franford, DE., Dawn (Don) Strahota of Beaver Dam, and Scott (Holly) Bath of Taylorsville, NC. She is further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and grandmother Isabelle Guthrie.

Private family services were held.

Memorials may be made in memory of Gail to: Heritage for the Blind, The Diabetes Association, or the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

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