Megan Oreed Dusek, 36, of Industry, Texas, passed away in Amarillo on October 18, 2021. She was born July 8, 1985 in Bellville, Texas to Mark and Janice (Wagner) Wittner.
She was the loving wife of Byron Dusek and devoted daughter to Janice Wittner. Together they ran a home-based dog rescue. Megan excelled in academics though left the corporate world to follow her true passion and work with animals. She worked as a vet tech and started her full-time rescue. Known for her big heart and bright smile, she is cherished by many. She saved many animals, and has found great “Furever” homes for hundreds of dogs across North America that had the odds stacked against them. She was selfless, passionate, and one of a kind.
Megan was preceded in death by her stepdad, Dan Tucker and Marvin and Ferry Wittner.
Those left to cherish her memory are her husband, Byron Dusek; her mother, Janice Wittner; brother, Kyle Wittner; step-children Rockwell Dusek and Rosalie Dusek; their dogs, Athena and Apollo; aunt and uncle, Innis and Helen Wagner; cousins, Carrie Wagner, Denise Faris, Jacqueline Mathis, Dwayne Mathis, and her aunt, Barbra Albers; uncle and aunt Johnny and Gail Speiss; and cousins, John John Spiess, Lana Spiess, Daniel and Francis Plagens, Mary Rinn, and Gale Spiess.
Oh Megan you will be missed! You were always a delight whenever we had a chance to visit awhile. Our Meggan , thought so much of you! She is heartbroken that she will not have such a true and close friend to visit and talk. We are deeply sad if you leaving but God is welcoming you to a more beautiful world with Him.
I will miss talking to you! Thank you for Little Bear and Bella they are great dogs
I will miss her greatly and so will many others that she touched their hearts! Thank you for all you did and for all the dogs you placed in forever homes. Say hello to Bryan for me. Love you always –
We adopted our Sam from Megan almost two years ago. In our conversations, and texts, I mentioned to Megan that she was a very special person for doing what she does. Megan is an inspiration to all of us who adopted the dogs that she rescued. The entire canine community is in mourning. She will be missed. Our deepest condolences to Megan’s family and friends. Heavan gained another angel.
It’s so hard to imagine this world, not to mention the world of rescue, without you in it. The world was definitely a better place with you in it! Your heart, determination, grit and passion, for those that can’t speak for or help themselves will miss you terribly. They will be there to greet you! Till we meet again, friend.
I’m sorry Miss Gail. I will get you added! My dearest condolences to you.
People ask how I’m doing? Which is a weird question considering? I in return ask how they are? We all lost her. But actually we all gained her. God bless her.
Sweet sweet Meg I met you through rescue and that was a blessed day. God Bless and tell all the furbabies I love them and I love you sweet friend thank you for always being there. The world was a better place with you in it. You will be missed and forever loved till we meet again love hugs to you and all the babies you saved that are waiting at the gate for you.??❤️.
I still have no words. My family knew Megan as a teen when we would set up our kettle corn business in Winedale for festivals. She was a doll! If my dad had another daughter he would have wanted it to be her! She was such a sweet, funny spirit! I know my parents were there to welcome her home! (She was the only one I ever gave the kettle corn recipe to).
I also met Megan in rescue, many years ago. Always sweet. Always! What a hole she leaves in our hearts.