Laura M. “Laurie” Bushnell

Born April 5, 1954 in Rome, New York
Departed April 28, 2022 in Indialantic, Florida

Laura M. “Laurie” Bushnell, 68 of Indialantic passed away peacefully at home on Thursday April 28, 2022.

She is survived by her Husband of 46 years Rick, daughters Vanessa and Kendra, a son David, grandson Dorian, stepmother Darlene, sister Amanda and brothers Harvey and Stefan.

She is a graduate of Satellite High School Class of 1972
After a career in dentistry she spent the last 10 years as the office administrator for the Edward Jones Cocoa Beach Branch.

She will be deeply missed by everyone whose life she touched.

A celebration of Laurie’s life will be held on Wednesday May 4th from 5pm-7pm at Paradise Beach Park in Indialantic.

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9 entries.
Patricia Wallace from Jurupa Valley wrote on May 21, 2022:
My condolences to Laurie's sisters ,Elsa whom she shares a birthdate, Amanda, brothers Harvey Jr. & Stefan. Husband ,Children & Grandson. I first met Laurie when I was 9 and she was 5.Our parents were siblings and we all lived in Florida, stationed in Pensacola and Ft Walton as we were military families. I last saw her 14 yrs ago when she took me on a whirlwind day to visit our family graves at Winter Beach. May her memory be a blessing
Michele Schoff Terry from West Melbourne wrote on May 4, 2022:
Wow. I just found out today. Dear Rick, Vanessa, Kendra, and David, my prayers are with you as you move through this challenging time. I was always welcomed in as part of the family and I remember that fondly. May the time ahead be filled with the wonderful memories and love you shared. Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles 2 Cor. 1:3-4 Love, Michele
Darleen Monroe from Friedens, Pa wrote on May 4, 2022:
Laurie was devoted to her family and she was a true and loyal friend. She was always available and went above and beyond to help others. She gave of herself freely and unselfishly. She tackled life’s issues and responsibilities with courage and grace. Laurie was a gem. She was both a daughter and a friend and I will miss her terribly. But she provided many years of love and happy memories and for that I am very grateful.
Elia and Ed Osborne from Indian Harbour Beach wrote on May 4, 2022:
Rick and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Laurie was such a great person, she will be missed. Our prayers are with you and the rest of your family.🙏
Karen Clark from Pittsburgh, PA wrote on May 3, 2022:
I know Laurie through her stepmother, Darleen, and in recent years saw her once a year. I looked forward to those visits because Laurie was such an exceptionally nice person that any time spent with her was special. I will miss those visits.
Penny Sue Keller from West Melbourne wrote on May 3, 2022:
Laurie was truly a very beautiful, kind and fun friend. I loved seeing her at gatherings through the years since school, though it was never often enough. She will forever be missed by so many. My deepest sympathy to Rick and her family.
Beverly Goodnight (peters) from Melbourne wrote on May 3, 2022:
Laurie was and always will be one of the most beautiful people the Peters family ever knew. Her dedication to my dad ,Dr. Peters, was never unnoticed and her smiles filled the office!! To Rick, your beautiful children and grandson, we are so sorry for your loss! She will be very missed and I know my dad was there to greet her w: open arms🙏❤️🙏 and I know he’s telling her how much it meant that her, Debbie Harrison and Debbie Meixel stood by his side with caring thoughts and words as he passed w: cancer as well!
Beverly Goodnight (Peters) from Melbourne wrote on May 3, 2022:
Rick and family, Laurie was one of the most beautiful people the Peters family ever knew! Her smiles lit up my dads office, and was loved by all who knew her!! Her and both Debbie Harrison and Debbie Meixel were such a huge part of our families lives, and were so dedicated by my dads side as he passed from cancer! I know my dad “ Dr. Peters”was welcoming Laurie w: open arms❤️🙏❤️ We are so sorry for your loss, and pray for your peace and understanding during this difficult time🙏 All of our love, the Peters Family
Donna Jean Flood from DeLand wrote on May 2, 2022:
Laurie brighten every room she walked in with her warm smile and welcoming spirit. Her hug made my day when we saw each other. I'll miss her laugh and love for all. May her sweet, gentle spirit live on in the hearts of everyone who knew her.
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