Greg A. (1968 - 2005)
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Surnames: BRANSTITER RITTER SAZAMA KEEHN
----Sources: Loyal TRG 10 August 2005
Branstiter, Greg A. (3 SEP 1968 - 1 AUG 2005)
Greg A. Branstiter, 36, Abbotsford, Wisconsin, died Monday, Aug. 1, 2005, at Saint Joseph’s Hospital Emergency Room. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 7, at First Baptist Church, Medford. The Rev. Brian Wipf officiated. Pallbearers were Gary Branstiter, Jeff Ewert, Juan Geracaris, Bob Karo, Bill "Stoney" Stone, and Jeremy Bolf.
Greg A. Branstiter was born Sept. 3, 1968, in Neillsville, to Robert and Ivagene "Jean" (Ritter) Branstiter. He graduated from Abbotsford High School and Diesel Mechanics School in Laramie, Wyo. He married Coral Sazama on June 10, 1995. He operated the Greenwood Bus Ser5vice serving Loyal and Greenwood school districts and worked for Branstiter Brothers Inc. He was a member of First Baptist Church, Medford. He was a child of God, a believer with a loving, generous, forgiving, and Christ-like heart. He truly demonstrated his closeness with his Heavenly Father in his relationships with his earthly family, his pride and joy. He was always a comfort and source of peace, selfless in his devotion to them, his loving wife and precious daughters, including his "buddy" Tucker. His father, mother, brother, and sister, his many friends, fellow workers, and all who knew him were blessed by his spirit of kindness, hard work, positive attitude, and continuous smile. He took great pride in being there for them, in their lives at all times. We thank God for sharing him with us.
Survivors include his wife, Coral, Abbotsford; twin daughters, Sabrina and Ariana, at home; his parents, Robert and Ivagene "Jean" Branstiter, Abbotsford; his maternal grandmother, Nellie Keehn, Souix Falls, S.D.; his paternal grandmother, Zelma Branstiter, Abbotsford; one brother, Gary (Zoila) Branstiter, Abbotsford; and one sister, Gaylene Branstiter, of London, England.
Maurina/Community Funeral Home, Owen, assisted the family with arrangements.
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