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Agnes Cecelia BruggerService: 11:00am Sat. August 31st, 2019
Location: St. Teresa Catholic Church
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BRUGGER, Agnes Cecelia, 98, of Springfield, died Tuesday August 27, 2019. She was preceded in death by her husband, Francis J. “Bud” Brugger. She was born May 28, 1921 in Springfield, Ohio to John F. and Hermina (Willenborg) Brucker. Agnes was a wonderful and devoted wife and mother. She was a faithful and active member of St. Teresa Catholic Church, spending many years as a sacristan. She was also a very active member of Catholic Ladies of Columbia Council 207, serving as President and Secretary. She is survived by her seven children and spouses, John F. and Bonnie Brugger, Cincinnati, Ohio, Josef B. Brugger, Portland, Oregon, Joan E. and Richard Setty, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina, Janet M. Brugger, Union, Ohio, Jean M. and Frank Padilla, Agoura Hills, California, J. Mark and Carol Brugger, Endicott, New York and Jerome M. and Theresa Brugger, Melbourne, Kentucky; 10 grandchildren, Sarah Weimer, Anne Spear, Joseph Brugger, Max Brugger, Jason Setty, Karen Bolognesi, Justin Setty, Nathan, Joshua and Michael Brugger; twelve great grandchildren, Dylan, Cadyn, Edwin, Kailey, Eli, Mikayla, Niccolo, Gemma, Theo, Elliot, Corinne and Madeline and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her brothers, John and Joseph Brucker and her sisters, Mary Cotter and Elizabeth Mangas. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:00 a.m. Saturday in St. Teresa Church. Visitation will be held one and a half hours prior to mass, beginning at 9:30 a.m. in the church. Burial will be held in St. Bernard Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Community Mercy Hospice or St. Teresa Church. Arrangements by CONROY FUNERAL HOME.
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Janet, I'm so sorry about your mom's passing. What a truly amazing lady she was. My mom loved her dearly and while at Oakwood, your mom was her guiding light-taking her to activities and to the dining room etc. She would have been lost without her. My sincerest condolences to you and your family.
- Ann Doane
, Sunday September 8th, 2019
Agnes, I've known you all my life. You were already in your late twenties when I was born, and I liked you from the start. I grew to respect you, and my respect has continued to mature. You & your immediate & extended families have long been the people who are my true relatives. Your children whom I know best, viz., John, Jean, & Jerry, are markedly decent & honorable adults. They attest to your & Bud's wisdom as parents. Well done! If there's an afterlife, you are certainly in a good position to look after me, something that I'd appreciate. Thanks. Thank you, too, for keeping in contact with me & Gertrude after our move to Michigan. With the utmost respect, admiration, & love, Chris.
- Chris Woltermann
, Friday August 30th, 2019
Mrs. Brugger has been for me the very best kind of teacher--one who teaches by example. Her life was an object lesson in humility, diligence, faithfulness, and self-giving love. I admired her, and am grateful to have known her. The seeds sown in her life will bear fruit in her family and others for generations to come.
Heartfelt sympathies to all who loved her and miss her.
- Chris Walker
, Thursday August 29th, 2019
Aggie was a faith filled joyful Catholic who loved the Lord Jesus Christ. Aggie and Bud worked with me on the Catholic Enrichment Series when it was booming! We had Bishop Gumbleton and a one man play on Pope John the XXIII. We had great fun together serving others with their wonderful sense of humor. They made a very professional looking Catholic Enrichment Series Banner and stand that travelled around. Thank you Aggie for hosting us at your house. Well done good & faith full servant!
- Deacon Norm Horstman
, Thursday August 29th, 2019