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Virgie E. Peloquin

Published On: Jul 10 2013 03:00:36 PM CDT

Virgie E. Peloquin, 91, died peacefully, surrounded by her family, on July 9, 2013, in Alpharetta, GA.

She was born in Sheldon, IL on November 23, 1921 to Martha and Harry Eastburn.

After graduating from Iowa State University in 1943, she married William F. “Jack” Fry. They moved to Madison, WI in 1951 and together raised two children, David and Diane. This marriage ended in divorce in 1971. She then married Stanley J. Peloquin in 1974.

Virgie is survived by her daughter and son-in-law, Diane and Mark Siegel, their children, Christopher (Lisa) Siegel, Julia (Richard) Gilbert and Melissa Siegel and their two grandchildren, Gavin and David; her step-son, Philip (Sherrie) Peloquin, their children, Brandon and Brienne, their grandchildren, Blake and Braxton; her step-son, John (Penny) Peloquin; and her step-son, James (Jene) Peloquin.

Graveside services will be held at 11:00 am, Saturday, July 13 at Resurrection Cemetery, 2705 Regent Street, Madison, WI 53705.

In lieu of flowers, friends and family are kindly invited to donate, in her name, to a charity of their choice.

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

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