Jeffrey Bussean

Jeffrey Bussean

President, A Unique Location

Currently employed at A Unique Location



    In 1975, shortly after leaving college, Jeffrey Bussean started his own social and corporate events catering company, Bussean Custom Caterers, which he continues to oversee as President. Pursuing his undergraduate studies at Southern Illinois University, Jeffrey Bussean also took classes in art composition design at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Based in Alsip, Illinois, Bussean Custom Caterers manages company meetings and weddings at three elegant, picturesque locations in the greater Chicago area: the Patrick C. Haley Mansion and the Grand Ballroom at Joliet Union Station, both in Joliet, as well as the Chateau Bu-sché in Alsip. Overseeing the company from the start, Jeffrey Bussean helps to books clients into the three premium venues at their disposal. Jeffrey Bussean belongs to both the Alsip Chamber of Commerce and the Joliet Chamber of Commerce. Jeffrey Bussean is also active with Child Reach International USA, which assists non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in meeting the health care, education, and human rights needs of children across the planet. He also supports The Smile Train, an international aid agency, aims to repair the cleft lips and palates of children in developing countries, and Plan USA, an international development agency that also serves children in Asia, the Americas, and Africa. Jeffrey Bussean is also involved with Sertoma, a national nonprofit that serves the more than 50 million Americans experiencing hearing health problems. For recreation, Jeffrey Bussean enjoys playing guitar and violin, opera, chess, art, film noir, gardening, decorating, classic cars, culinary design, and boating. He is a member of the Indiana Harbor Yacht Club. An avid reader, Jeffrey Bussean cites Kahlil Gibran, Ian Fleming, Ayn Rand, George Will, Ann Coulter, and T.E. Lawrence as his favorite authors. His favorite books are Rand's Atlas Shrugged, Lawrence's Seven Pillars of Wisdom, Boris Pasternak's Dr. Zhivago, and the Bible.




At A Unique Location

From 1993 to Present