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Other survivors include nieces; Lisa (Steve) Johnson of Maple Park, Illinois, Sherry (Danny) Flint of Genoa,Illinois, Theresa (Bryan) Miller also of Maple Park, and nephew, Alex Senko of Everett, as well as other numerous great nieces and nephews. (Princeton Daily Clarion)
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VIROQUA — Joseph “Joe” Howell, 83, of Viroqua passed away Monday ... Jill (Marv) Bailey of Illinois, Eunice Hastings of Genoa; other relatives; and many friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; an infant sister; an infant grandson, Kyle ... (La Crosse Tribune)
The following obituaries have been provided by local funeral homes ... Earl (Brub) Dennison, died, December 9. She worked at Owens-Illinois and was co-owner of Earl Dennison Appliances. Service will be 2 p.m., Saturday at Henson & Kitchen Mortuary ... (Herald-Dispatch)
She is survived by her children, Marjie (James) Schoolfield, of Hinckley, and Roger (Kristin) Duffield, of Somonauk; one sister, Rose Nelson, of Newark; one brother, Joe (Carol) Myers, of Morris; six grandchildren, Jason (Jodi) Schoolfield, of Genoa City ... (The Times)
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