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Nancy Olson

Published On: Jan 28 2013 09:37:12 AM CST

Middleton/Madison-Nancy Olson age 73 passed away on Thursday January 24th 2013 peacefully at Middleton Village. She was born February 13, 1939 in Madison, WI. She was the only child of Carl Newell and Berta Mae (Newell) Wegner. She was proceeded in death by her husband Robert.

She is survived by daughter Patti (Tom) Crawmer, daughter Jan (John) Lukasavitz, and son Bill (Becky) Olson. Six grandchildren Jessica, Jason, Johnny, Andy, Maggi, Jenni, and one great grandchild James(JJ).
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She retired from University Hospital Dept. Of Medicine in 1992. She loved her family and friends, shopping for her family, playing cards and bingo, and working on puzzles.

The family would like to thank the people at Middleton Village for the care that she received.

On Saturday February 2nd, 2013, visitation hours are from 10:00-11:00 AM at Cress
Funeral Home 3610 Speedway Road, Madison WI. Following a short service, there will be a luncheon after.

In lieu of flowers, the family would like to have donations sent to the Diabetes Foundation.

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