Alice Busick obituary: Alice Busick's Obituary, Albany

In Memory Of
Alice D. "Diane" Busick
1943 - 2022

Obituary photo of Alice Busick, Albany-NY
Obituary photo of Alice Busick, Albany-NY

In Memory Of
Alice D. "Diane" Busick
1943 - 2022

Alice Diane Busick passed away during the early hours of Wednesday, November 23, 2022 surrounded by some of her family at her daughter Kimberly's home in Westerlo.

Alice, known as Diane to her family and many friends, was married to her loving husband James "Jim" Busick for over six decades. She worked for the Town of Bethlehem for over 40 years, retiring in 2011. Her and Jim enjoyed their vacations in the Carolinas, as well as Maine, and their day trips to Cooperstown or wherever they felt like going for the day.

Diane is survived by her husband, Jim; their two daughters: Linda (Ed) and Kim (Britt). She was the beloved Tig (short for Tiger) to Britta, Brian, Kamber, Keith, Tara and Bridgette. She also is survived by nine great grandchildren.

Her family would like to extend a very heartfelt thank you to St. Peter's Hospice. We are all also grateful to Diane's friend Sister Mary Fredrick, who was there for Diane as a long time friend and also made a weekly visit during Diane's time in hospice.

Services will be held privately at a later date.
Alice Diane Busick passed away during the early hours of Wednesday, November 23, 2022 surrounded by some of her family at her daughter Kimberly's home in Westerlo.

Alice, known as Diane to her family and many friends, was married to her loving husband James "Jim" Busick for over six decades. She worked for the Town of Bethlehem for over 40 years, retiring in 2011. Her and Jim enjoyed their vacations in the Carolinas, as well as Maine, and their day trips to Cooperstown or wherever they felt like going for the day.

Diane is survived by her husband, Jim; their two daughters: Linda (Ed) and Kim (Britt). She was the beloved Tig (short for Tiger) to Britta, Brian, Kamber, Keith, Tara and Bridgette. She also is survived by nine great grandchildren.

Her family would like to extend a very heartfelt thank you to St. Peter's Hospice. We are all also grateful to Diane's friend Sister Mary Fredrick, who was there for Diane as a long time friend and also made a weekly visit during Diane's time in hospice.

Services will be held privately at a later date.

Guestbook

Condolence messages can be comforting to family and friends who are experiencing a loss.

Click "Share Memories" above to leave your message.