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Thursday May 22nd, 2014
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Lynn  Buechler

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Rev. Ron Shifley
Lynn Allen Buechler was born on Tuesday, May 6, 1952 in Yankton to Orville and Gladys (Stoebner) Buechler.  He graduated from Scotland High School in 1970.  Lynn was united in marriage to Roxanne in 1973 and was blessed with a daughter, Toni.  Around that same time, Lynn began his twenty year career with Cargill in Scotland.  Later, in 1990 he married Marjorey and that union was blessed with a son, Casey.  In 1994, Lynn married Charlotte Kackley.  That same year he retired from Cargill and began farming on the family farm with his father.  At a young age, Lynn had helped his family with milking cows and continued to care for livestock throughout his life.  Earlier this year, Lynn was united in marriage to Kathryn McKay Hubbell on April 12, 2014.
Lynn was a member of the Army National Guard for 7 years and was a first responder to the Rapid City Flood of 1972.  He loved spending time outdoors, camping, hunting, fishing and visiting the Black Hills.  He enjoyed collecting guns and had a very large Coca-Cola memorabilia collection.  He was always very proud of his family.
Grateful for having shared Lynn’s life is his wife, Kathryn of Scotland; daughter Toni (Chad) Haberman of Fordyce, NE; son Casey Sommer Buechler of Yankton; two stepdaughters: Kerri Hubbell of Grand Blanc, MI and Jaime Hubbell of Burton, MI; four grandchildren: Kaylee, Dylan, Ethane, and Seth Haberman; two step-grandchildren: Christian and Jayden Hubbell; and his mother, Gladys Buechler of Scotland.
Lynn was preceded in death by his father, Orville in 2013, his step mother Betty in 2001 and his wife Charlotte in 2012.

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I did not know Lynn personally, but I wanted to express my deepest sympathy for your family. At times like this,I have personally found Jesus Christ's words at John 5:28,29 to be truly comforting. There he promised that "the hour is coming when all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out...to a resurrection of life." I look forward to the time when I can see my loved ones again so much. Feel free to contact me at the attached email address and again I'm so sorry for your loss.

Ashley R May 24 2014 11:01 AM

The best 18 years of my sister's life were spent with Lynn. We were glad when Lynn called us to say he was getting married to Katie. No one deserved more happiness in his life; and the news of his passing is extremely sad. He was a good man who loved his family and we will miss hearing from him. May God's peace be with the family.

Gary and Peggy Fultz May 23 2014 3:59 PM

Katie and families: Lynns' passing has taken the entire community of family and friends by total surprise. He was a well liked man with an awesome sense of humor. He was always there to help when he could. He was a soft spoken man with one of the biggest and caring hearts for his family and friends. He was well liked by all and will be missed by many. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers- Cindy Grohs

Cindy Grohs May 23 2014 8:22 AM

Lynn you will greatly be missed. I know you will be watching over your children and grandchildren.

Mandy and fred May 22 2014 9:00 PM

Lynn it is hard to believe that you have passed. you where a good dad to your kids and great grandpa. May you rest in peace. I know you will be watching over your family.

Roxanne May 22 2014 9:47 AM

Kathy, I am so sorry for your loss and can't be there for you right now. I love you my Sis you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Kim May 21 2014 7:30 AM

I am so very sorry to learn of Lynn's passing. I became very fond of him in the short time I knew him. My heart is breaking for Kathy and his children. I know that it just is so hard to believe. All of us in MI are so saddened. I wish I could say something that would help ease your pain. Thinking of you all. Praying that you will find some peace in your happy memories. God Bless, Love, Kimmie

Kimberly Hill-Lowry May 20 2014 8:18 PM