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Janice C. Leute

Published On: Feb 13 2013 04:12:37 PM CST

Janice C. Leute passed away on Friday, February 8, 2013, after a short battle with cancer. Janice was born on February 4, 1954 to the late Eugene and Rosemary Leute. She was a 1972 graduate of Madison East High and later of MATC in the registered nurse program. She had previously been employed at St. Mary's Hospital in Madison.

Survivors include brothers Ted (Sonja)of West Bend, Bill Janice) of Wis. Dells and her sister Sue of Madison, two nieces and two nephews.

Jan had a great sense of humor and a love for animals. She was a loving aunt and will be missed by family and friends. The family would like to thank the staff at the Yahara House, Agrace HospiceCare and the Willows Nursing Home for their help and understanding in Janice's care.

A visitation will be held from 11 a.m. until 12 noon on Saturday, February 16, 2013, at the CHAPEL AT HIGHLAND MEMORY GARDENS, 3054 Highway BB, Madison, with burial following.

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