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Nancy A. Malz

Published On: Jan 22 2013 08:27:54 AM CST

Nancy Ann Malz (née Burton) died peacefully on Friday January 18, 2013 at Oak Park Place in Madison, WI.

Nancy was a firm believer in the power of education. She began employment at the UW-Madison in 1977 and went on to earn her Master's from the University in 1990. She was the ADA Specialist for UW-Madison beginning in 1991, retiring in 2006. A trip to Paris with her Son and Granddaughter in Spring 2008 fulfilled a lifelong dream.

Nancy was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Gladys (Jones) Burton; her aunt, Virginia Bowen; her dear friend, Sandy Schink; her beloved companions, Natasha & Ana Lise and many beloved Jones kinderiddles. She is survived by her Son Jonathan Motley and Daughter Lee Kurtz, both of Madison, WI; her sister Juanita Hepler of Boise, ID; and her beloved Grandchildren, Rhiannon (Beloit, WI) and Cameron Kurtz (Cross Plains, WI).

A celebration of Nancy's life will be held at her home on Sat. Jan. 26, 12-4. For information, contact the family at celebratenancymalz@gmail.com.

Nancy was a strong supporter of many social causes and the family requests in lieu of flowers please consider making a donation in Nancy's name to either Angel's Wish Inc. or Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin Inc.

Cress Funeral & Cremation Service

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