Surrounded by her family, Marge Wiens went to be with her Lord on June 30th, 2014after 77 years serving her Savior. She passed away from complications following a heart attack in the Dodge City Hospital. Marjorie (Busenitz) Wiens was born May 3, 1937 to Herman and Martha (Voth) Busenitz, a farming family living near Whitewater, Kansas. In college, she met and married Rolland Wiens of Meade, KS in1959. After she had taught for two years in Central Kansas, Rolly and Marge made their home on the farm in Meade, KS.
It was there that Rolly and Marge built a family and a home for their three children; Michelle and Lloyd Reimer of Protection, KS; Jerome and Anita Wiens of Meade, KS and Jennifer and Kyle Bond of Crete, NE. Her grandchildren included: Tyson and Amanda Reimer, Bryce and Haley Reimer, Cindy and Andrew Boehm, Kasey and Brandon Friesen, Bradon and Rachael Wiens, Taylor Wiens, Dalton Wiens, Halley Bond, Ethan Bond, Jedediah Bond, and Sierra Bond. She had one great granddaughter, Kylin Friesen. She had one sister: Irene Unruh, married to Charles Unruh of Muskogee, Ill; and two brothers; Richard Busenitz, married to Carol of Whitewater, Ks and Cal Busenitz married to Jodie of Benton, KS., and many other family and friends.
Marge was very involved in her church, Countryside Bible Church. She was a VBS director, Sunday School teacher, Bible teacher for Awana, and served on Ladies Ministry. This was very important to her to serve her Lord and Savior. She was also involved in the community as a 4-H Leader, Blood Mobile Chairman and part of the Live n Learn Unit. She spent one day a week volunteering at the Etcetera shop in Liberal.
The hope of her family is knowing that she is in heaven, praising Jesus with the Saints who have gone before and they will get to see her again someday.
Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, July 3, 2014, at the Countryside Bible Church, rural Meade, Kansas, with the Reverend Chuck Finster presiding. Friends may call from 9:00 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. with the family receiving friends at 7:30 p.m. at Fidler-Orme-Bachman Mortuary, Meade. Interment will follow in the church cemetery.
The family would welcome memorials to the Etcetera Shop or the Countryside Bible Church in care of the funeral home.