Dean Gary Buehler died peacefully in his sleep Oct. 16, 2017 at his home in Osceola, WI.
Visitation will be held on Friday, November 3, 2017 at the Hughes-Hantge Funeral Chapel in Hector, Minnesota, from 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., with funeral to follow at 4:00 p.m.
Dean Gary Buehler was born Sept. 9th, 1964 to loving parents Karen (Gnan) Inselmann and the late Gary Buehler. Dean was baptized and confirmed at Zion Lutheran Church in Buffalo Lake, MN. Dean spent his childhood and attended school in Buffalo Lake (Class of ’83) and was raised in the same home that his mother grew up in.
Dean had a beautiful singing voice and a deep love of music, especially the music of Wynonna Judd. On multiple occasions, Dean was invited on stage during a Wynonna concert to dance and joke around with the country music star!
Dean was an automobile enthusiast, and was known for helping his friends with their mechanical problems. He also loved to mow lawns and plow driveways for free for those in his neighborhood who needed the help. Everyone who knew Dean saw his goofy, contagious smile and felt his warmth and kindness.
Dean is survived by his mother Karen Inselmann, daughters Jessica Buehler and Alexis Buehler, Granddaughter Carmen Thygeson, his sisters Kelly (Ray) Harrell, Kris (Dan) Shilson, and Greta Buehler, his brothers Greg (Cristin) Buehler and Rob (Jessica) Buehler, Nephews Harper Groves, Luke Shilson, Mike (Brittany) Harrell, Austin Harrell, Colby (Courtney) Nelson, Cameron Nelson, Brennan Nelson, Trevor Evenson-Buehler, Noah Buehler, Bennett Buehler, and Maddox Buehler, Nieces Alyssa Shilson, Stephanie (Russell) Bailey, Trinity Buehler, Angel Veld, and Great-Nieces Cahleah Harrell, Annora Nelson, Brielle Veld, and Bentlie Veld.
He was preceeded in death by his father Gary Buehler, Stepfather Jerry Inselmann, Stepmother Cheryl Buehler, Nephew Taylor Nelson and Great-Nieces Hope Harrell and CeAnna Harrell.
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