Marcia Busching: a lifetime of service
Marcia Busching grew up in the Midwest, the eldest of three siblings. From childhood she was
taught to keep costs low by conserving electricity, gas, telephone, and water. She continues to be attentive to energy costs and their impact on household finances, and has installed a solar system and other energy efficient devices in her home.
She moved to Arizona more than thirty years ago because she found that she loved the people
of the State, the entrepreneurial and ‘can-do’ spirit, and felt that it was truly a place with opportunity to grow and prosper.
Marcia Busching has dedicated herself to improving the lives of others through community
activities, legal representation, education, and mentoring. She has her own law firm that specializes in mediations and arbitrations, and has previous experience in the banking, construction, and real estate industries.
Marcia has prior public service as a Citizens Clean Election Commissioner and member of the
Arizona Liquor Control Board. In addition, she has served on numerous City of Phoenix committees and bond subcommittees.
A continuing strong believer in preserving our environment, Marcia has long been an
enthusiastic supporter of the Desert Botanical Garden, Nature Conservancy, and Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. She has also assisted community organizations, such as Social Venture Partners, Arizona Women in Commercial Real Estate, Arizona Women’s Education & Employment, Community Legal Services, and many others.
Marcia has her BBA, MBA, and JD degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Marcia
and her husband Bob, a successful businessman, have 3 children, Peter, Toffler, and Carrie.