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Evelyn I. Henning

Published On: Jan 08 2013 06:04:27 AM CST

MADISON-Evelyn I. Henning, age 88, of Madison, passed away on Friday, Jan. 4, 2013. She was born on July 19, 1924, in Columbus, Ohio, the daughter of William and Helen Kintner. Evelyn married Ray Henning in 1968. She worked for the State of Wisconsin and retired in 1986. Evelyn enjoyed reading and watching sports.

Evelyn is survived by her step-children, Nancy (Roger) VanderWeide and William (Donna) Henning; step-daughter-in-law, Agnes Henning; several step grandchildren and great grandchildren; brother, Gerald (Evelyn) Kintner; niece, Cynthia (James) Robar; and a great niece and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Ray; stepson Robert Henning and brother, Walton Kintner.

Private family services will be held. Burial will take place in Roselawn Memorial Park. On-line condolences may be made at

Private family services will be held.

Burial will take place in Roselawn Memorial Park.

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