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Jane Marie Sagen

Published On: Sep 24 2013 09:18:49 AM CDT

Madison - Jane Marie Sagen, age 58, died unexpectedly on Saturday, September 21, 2013.

Jane was born on August 9, 1955 in LaCrosse, the daughter of John and Joan (Richards) Forschler. She graduated from Calidonia High School in Minnesota in 1972 and later with her Associates Degree from MATC.

Jane enjoyed spending time with her cats, Fatty and Sweet Pea, reading, crocheting, watching movies on Lifetime and paying her late fees at the library.

Jane is survived by her two daughters, Amy (John) Mach and Megan (Jim) Rynes; her father, John Forschler, her siblings, Linda Rayfield, Jim Forschler, Joe (Karen) Forschler, Louise Brink, Heidi (Jack) Owen and Karen Danielson; a special friend, Cassie and many other relatives and friends.

Jane was preceded in death by her mother, Joan Forschler and a daughter in infancy, Katrina Beth.

In her memory, memorials may be directed to the family on her behalf.

Funeral services will take place a the Cress Center, 6021 University Avenue, Madison WI on Friday, September 27, 2013 at 6:00 PM. A visitation will also be held at the funeral home from 2:00 PM until 6:00 PM.

Pending times will be posted later when and where burial will be held.

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