Busch, Dennis G, born and lived in Philadelphia (1953-2019). Dennis was the younger brother of Fred Busch and loving son to Fred Buttenbusch and Evelyn Buttenbusch (Varros). Dennis attended St. Christopher Grade School and George Washington High School. Dennis thrived while behind the wheel of a powerful truck, whether it was a dump truck, tow truck or tractor trailer. Throughout his career Dennis owned Denny's Towing and worked for multiple local companies -McKeon, JD Morrissey, RP Blair, Sankey Pools, and Al's Towing. He was happy talking about trucks and engines and he was exceptional at fixing them. Dennis was a lifelong resident of Somerton and took great pride in the upkeep of his childhood home and his neighborhood. In his healthier days, he was a semi-permanent fixture at Randi's Restaurant and Bar on Grant Ave. Dennis was known for his big heart, his pride for his family home, his well-maintained truck, and helping anyone who needed help, even when he physically probably shouldn't have. Dennis was known to have very thorough phone conversations about anything and everything, even if the same thing was discussed repeatedly. Dennis is survived by, and was a very proud Uncle to MaryEllen Kelly (Busch), CaseyAnn Busch, and TerriLynn Busch. He loved receiving pictures of his nieces children McKayla Kelly, Adina Kelly, and Daniel Reilly, and still has some of those pictures proudly displayed from over a decade ago. Dennis was diagnosed with kidney cancer in July and was surrounded by family and friends for just about 24 hours a day thereafter, even during the moments that he didn't like it. He remained strong-willed and proud until his last breath. Dennis finally decided that it was time to let go of his physical life here on Earth and join our Heavenly Father and ever so loving family who has waited for him for a very long time. We are proud of you Oinkle Dennis. Your smile, laugh, unique sense of humor, resilience, and big heart will never be forgotten. Relatives and friends are invited to his visitation Monday Evening From 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Malloy Funeral Home 625 Byberry Rd. Phila., PA 19116. Memorial Service 8:00 PM. Interment private.