Jeanelda Jo Irvin Busch was born January 3, 1930, in Putnam, Oklahoma. She left this earth on February 13, 2020.

Jeanelda was born to Emmett A. Irvin and Minnie Loy Irvin and was reared in a Christian home. She gave her life to Christ at the age of 12 and has been active in church all her life. Mrs. Busch served as pianist, organist, Sunday school teacher and member of the choir.

She graduated from Putnam High School. In 1948, she married Aldean D. Busch in Clinton, Oklahoma, where they lived until 1974 when they moved to Enid, Oklahoma.

She was employed at Oklahoma Bank and Trust in Clinton. Jeanelda was a member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, a volunteer and past president of the volunteers of St. Mary’s Mercy Hospital in Enid. She was also a member of Garfield Republican Women’s Club and served as inspector for the Garfield County Election Board for many years.

Mrs. Busch was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Aldean Busch; her brother, Doyle Irvin; and her sisters, Vera Roades and Francis Beadles.

Survivors include her daughters, Brenda Ferguson and Sheila Campbell and her husband Greg; grandchildren, Brian Campbell, Scott Campbell and his wife Lauren, and Nicole Jackson and her husband Matt; and great-grandchildren, Rylee Jackson and Isaiah Jackson.