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Harry Sauthoff

Published On: Oct 24 2013 12:21:18 PM CDT
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Madison:Harry Sauthoff, Jr. age 74, lifelong Madison resident, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family at his home on Thursday, October 24, 2013.

He was born January 4, 1939 in Madison the son of Harry and Lenore (Deering) Sauthoff, Sr. He graduated from U.W. Madison in 1961. He and Ann Rose were united in marriage on April 1 of that same year. Harry went on to graduate from U.W. Law School in 1964 and maintained a private law practice.

Harry is survived by his wife, Ann; his son, Harry David (Chris) Sauthoff of Mesa, AZ; two daughters, Elizabeth (Steve) Comfort of Lincoln, NE, Susan Swanson of Chicago, IL; six grandchildren, Kelsey, Tyler, Tessa, Jack, Mick and Madison.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Harry and his family gathered for a celebration of his life.

Memorial tributes in Harry’s name may be directed to U.W. Carbone Cancer Center, 600 Highland Avenue, K4-658, Madison, WI 53792.

GO Badgers!

To view and sign this guestbook, please visit: www.ryanfuneralservice.com.

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