Jacob Buscher Obituary, Death – Jacob Buscher, a Loudoun County High School student and DICK’S Sporting Goods retail sales associate allegedly died by suicide. Jake was a player that was dedicated to the sport in addition to possessing a lot of natural talent. When he was a junior in high school, he led his league in total tackles, and when he was a senior, he was a part of the Oskie Bears football team that played in the state finals. In both years, he topped his league in total tackles.
Jacob joined the Kansas Air National Guard on January 19, 2012, and was assigned to the 184th Intelligence Wing at McConnell Air Force Base as a member of the Kansas Air National Guard. He participated in the monthly drills that were held in Salina, Kansas, for the purpose of training to become a Tactic Air Control Party (TACP). This is a physically hard and demanding career, and only a select few people are qualified for it. He was one of those limited few. Jacob, a persistent athlete, worked out on a consistent basis in order to keep the essential physical qualifications for a TACP post.
logged a substantial amount of miles while also completing hard workout regimens such as the P90X. Jacob was a very involved participant in a variety of sporting activities. He took a lot of pleasure in shooting and hunting, and he went to the western part of Kansas very frequently in order to go pheasant hunting there. It was a tradition for him and his friends to spend the warm months of the year fishing and camping at Perry Lake, where they would keep their fishing lines out for a significant portion of the night.
Jacob exemplified the ideal of a patriotic young man, and his nephews, in addition to the rest of his family and friends, held him in high esteem as a hero. His grandmother, Karen Buscher, and his mother, Sonya Martinez, both passed away before he did. Jake was only twelve years old when his mother died, and he was only eight when his grandmother passed away.
His family, including his father Steve Buscher, stepmother Elaine, stepbrother Miles Frye of Ozawkie, grandfather Robert Buscher of Topeka, aunt Lori Fieger (Jeff) of Topeka, cousin Jessie Kealy of Meriden, grandmother Nadine Martinez of Topeka, uncle Richard Martinez of Topeka, and nephews Devin and Caden Martinez, all of Topeka, will always cherish his memory and his life.
He passed away Jacob had a vast number of individuals who loved and cared for him, including his stunning high school sweetheart Courtney Staus and his adopted family, Greg, Julie, and T-Bone Hopkins from Ozawkie. Jacob was his family’s greatest source of pride, stability, and optimism; the emptiness that his passing has left in their hearts is indescribable, and there are no words adequate enough to describe how we feel.