Obit: Dusso, Alice (1921 - 2006)

Contact: Audrey Roedl


----Sources: Loyal TRG 08 March 2006

Dusso, Alice (1921 - 27 FEB 2006)

Alice Dusso, Madison, passed away on Monday, Feb. 27, 2006, at her home. A memorial service was held at 11 a.m., on Saturday, March 4.

Alice Goeke was born in 1921, to William and Lydia, in Clark County. She was raised on a farm west of Greenwood. She graduated from Greenwood High School in the class of 1939. She met and married Lorris Dusso while working at the Farmer’s Store in Greenwood. They were married on May 9, 1943. They resided in Greenwood, West Bend and Madison. In her professional life, she worked in accounting and payroll, retiring in 1987. With her family, she liked traveling to resorts in northern Wisconsin, vacation camping, square dancing and celebrating holidays with relatives. Following her husband’s death in 1978, she enjoyed travel in the United States and Europe, bridge with her friends, and caring for her house and yard. She volunteered for her church, Orchard Ridge United Church of Christ, Oakwood retirement Center and Madison General Hospital.

Survivors include two sons, James (Beverly) Dusso, Little Canada, Minn., and William (Donna) Dusso, Madison; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Gerald Goeke, Pewaukee, and Harvey Goeke, Greenwood.

She was kept comfortable in her later years and final illness through the kindness of the staff in Madison at Sebring Residential Care Facility, Hospice Care, Home Instead, Oakwood RCAC, Dean Clinics, and St. Mary’s Hospital. She was stardust. She was golden.



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