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Floramae Robertson Buhr

Published On: Apr 29 2013 10:43:59 AM CDT
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MADISON -

Floramae R. Buhr, age 91, died Wednesday, April 24, 2013, at Oakwood Village East, Madison, WI.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Anthony (Tony) A. Buhr. She is survived by her four children, JoAnne (Lee) Rothamer of Mosinee, WI, John Buhr of New London, WI, Beverly Buhr (Carin Bringelson) of Madison, WI and Mary K. Buhr of Minneapolis, MN, six grandchildren, and ten great grandchildren.

Floramae's family is grateful for the loving care provided by the staff at Oakwood Village East, U.W. East Clinic, and Agrace Hospice Care in Madison.

There will be a funeral mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Marion, WI on Monday, April 29th at 11:00AM, preceded by visitation at 9:45AM. Memorials may be sent to Oakwood Foundation, Inc., 6201 Mineral Point Rd, Madison, WI 53705.

Visit the website at http://www.oakwoodvillage.net/ways-to-give.php for further information.

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