Richard "Dick" A. Buran
February 6, 1936 - December 14, 2020
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Richard A. Buran, 84, passed away peacefully on December 14, 2020, at Peabody Manor where he’d been living for two years after suffering a stroke. Dick grew up in Menominee, Wisconsin, the son of Rev. John and Dorothy Buran.  He was captain of his high school football team and became an Eagle Scout.  He graduated…

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Glenn L Schilling left a message on January 14, 2021:
Helen; So good chatting with you from Marco Island! Gail and I had no knowledge that Dick had passed. Will always remember our times together at Carroll University. The years have slipped quickly by, but we will always recall fondly our "growing up" years in Green Bay. God Bless you and your Family
Alan Schmidt left a message on December 26, 2020:
I have many, many, many fond memories with Dick while sharing music in the MacDowell Male Chorus. I remember nothing but laughter and kindness from him. I'm grateful for the times we shared in music and in fellowship, and am sorry for your loss.
Dominik left a message on December 22, 2020:
In memory of Richard "Dick" A. Buran, Dominik lit a candle
Ed Sabish left a message on December 18, 2020:
Dear Helen, Julie and I are so very sorry to learn of Dick’s stroke and passing. As you may remember, Dick was my mentor when he introduced me to the MacDowell Chorus and following our 2018 concert season I celebrated my 30th year and became a life member. With the Covid pandemic we did not perform this year, and are unsure about next year. Helen, our prayers are with you and your family. I am very sorry that I was unaware of the health situation and was not able to visit. Blessings.
kenneth g jahnke left a message on December 16, 2020:
Rest in peace my friend. So many "K" events together, so many conversations together (though not always on the same side), so many Poker games together at Dick's house (yup, I do remember that particular game you chose and I would automatically fold out of 'cause you would win it no matter what...your rules?), may heartfelt discussions on what "friends are". I wish you a pleasant trip up to God and and his angels.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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