Troy Buysse

Troy Buysse

Troy BuysseTroy David Buysse age 43 of Montgomery, MN, formerly of Marshall, passed away on Friday, September 7, 2018 at the Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park.  Memorial Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the Tracy Area Funeral Home.  Visitation will be held one hour prior to services on Friday.  Interment is in the Tracy City Cemetery.  Stephens Funeral Service – Tracy Area Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Troy Buysse was born October 17, 1974 in Marshall to David Buysse and Barbara (Johnson) Abel.  He was baptized in the Catholic faith at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Marshall. He was later confirmed at the Tracy United Methodist Church.  Troy attended school in Marshall through the 6th grade.  He then attended school in Tracy for grades 7-9.  He graduated from Fairbault High School.  Troy worked construction as a roofer for many years.  He worked at Habitat for Humanity in Marshall and assisted in building several houses where he took great joy in helping people in need.  Troy spent a lot of time with his grandfather in Marshall playing him country music and making him large breakfasts every Sunday morning.  Troy’s daughter Madison was his greatest pride and joy.  He loved spending time with his friends, enjoying music and singing karaoke.  He also enjoyed fishing, going to casinos, and playing cards, especially cribbage.

Troy is survived by his daughter Madison of Albert Lea; siblings: Jennifer (Stacy) Varpness of Cottonwood, Sara (Josh) Swenhaugen of Tracy, and Mark (Ashley) Buysse of Tracy; step mother Sue (Phil) Skramstad of Marshall; step father George Abel Jr. of Marshall; step sisters: Shannon Abel of Marshall and Robin (Brent) Baartman of Madison, WI; and many other relatives and friends.  He is preceded in death by his grandparents, father David Buysse, mother Barbara Abel, and cousin Brian Buysse.

3 thoughts on “Troy Buysse”

  1. Troy will be missed! Troy’s good soul and big heart shined bright helping those he loved making the world a better place! His compassion and sharing his time with his grandfather will be forever cherished . You are at peace…Heaven welcomes you with open arms

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