Carlyle Richard Buskol
October 14, 1954 ~ November 13, 2020
Carlyle R. Buskol, 66, Sioux Falls, SD succeeded in fulfilling his life’s motto of “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” on Friday, November 13, 2020, at Avera McKennan Hospital surround by his family after suffering many health issues over the years, most recently including a heart attack and multiple strokes.
Services will happen at a later date due to the Covid Virus.
Carlyle Richard Buskol, son of Peter and Olga (Grosz) Buskol, was born October 14, 1954, in rural Olivet, SD. His family moved to Sioux Falls when he was 5 years old.
Carlyle married his love, Julie Ann on January 26, 1990. He worked various jobs throughout the years until he started his career as an over the road truck driver with his wife, until he was forced into retirement due to health issues. He and his wife enjoyed finding old antique thrift shops all over the US. Carlyle was a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan and loved to go head to head with his sister in law, Carla Kruger, about her love for the Minnesota Vikings. He loved music, but The Kinks, were his all-time favorite! “Last Assembly” by the Kinks was his favorite song.
While we have tried to find more fun and interesting things to put in here, we have decided that we don’t have many stories that would be considered “g-rated” or obituary appropriate. That being said, we are certain that everyone can think of at least one memory and/or story that involves Carlyle that will make you laugh, cry, scream, or his favorite, rolling your eyes (he may actually be doing that right about now.)
Grateful for having shared his life are his wife of almost 31 years, Julie Ann Buskol, Sioux Falls, SD; his children, Jesse Buskol, Sioux Falls, SD, and Angie Wilson, Texas; his step children, Samantha Vogler, Hartford, SD, Adam (Ashley Rinder), Goodyear, Az, Andrea Rinder (Jason Brewer), Sioux Falls, SD, Zach Rinder, Sioux Falls, SD; two brothers, Skip (Beverly) Buskol, Mn, Ivan (Kathy) Buskol, Sioux Falls, SD; sister in law, Julie Ray Buskol; many more in laws; 13 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; lots of great nieces and great nephews, as well as many more family members and his friends.
He was preceded in death by his father, Peter Buskol, in 2002; his mother, Olga Buskol, in 2015; his brother, Gary Buskol in 2005; his mother-in-law, Lorraine Egan, in 2005; his infant grandson, Jacob, in 2006; and his beloved dogs, Crystal and Buddy.