Sheila A. Busenburg, formerly of Mentone and a resident of Warsaw, was surrounded by her family when she went to be with the Lord on October 5, 2023, at Stillwater Hospice of Fort Wayne. Shelia was born to Benjamin & Zelma (Tullis) McCloughan on March 16, 1945, in Warsaw. Sheila was a remarkable individual who touched the lives of many.
Sheila led a life filled with dedication and passion. She embarked on a fruitful career as both a cosmetologist and beautician, owning her own salon called Shelia's Beauty Salon. Her skills and artistry in cutting hair brought smiles to countless faces over the years. In addition to her work at the salon, Sheila also worked at Tippecanoe Valley High School in the study hall.
Beyond her professional endeavors, Sheila nurtured a creative spirit that found expression through her craft business called Country Creations. For two decades, she poured her heart into crafting beautiful creations that brought joy to many.
On April 15, 1967, Sheila married the love of her life Dave Busenburg. This union was blessed with love and companionship that lasted throughout their lives. Together they built a beautiful family and shared countless cherished memories.
A woman of faith, Sheila found solace and community at Riverview Community Church in Mentone for 39 years. She embraced her faith wholeheartedly and lived as a shining example of compassion and love for others. She is also remembered as a wonderful cook who put love into every dish she prepared.
Sheila leaves behind a legacy that will forever be cherished by her surviving family and friends, husband, David Busenburg, of Warsaw; children, Lanee Busenburg of Winona Lake and Troy (Lori) Busenburg of Mentone ; grandchildren, Ashley Busenburg and Taylor (Spencer) Cooper; great-grandchildren, Michael Busenburg and Aiden Cooper and sister, Sandy (Raymond) Streit. Sheila is preceded in death by her parents, Benjamin and Zelma McCloughan and by brother, Ted McCloughan.
Titus Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 2000 Sheridan Street, Warsaw is entrusted with the care of the Busenburg family. A private graveside service will be held at Sycamore Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, gifts may be directed to Alzheimers Research, Greater Indiana Chapter by mail to 225 N Michigan Ave., Floor 17 Chicago, IL 60601