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Linda Phillips

Published On: Feb 01 2013 01:58:45 PM CST
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LINDA l. Phillips, 68, of rural Mauston, passed away January 29, 2013 at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Madison. Linda enjoyed painting, gardening, woodworking and Family.

She is survived a son Dale (Tami) Phillips and their children Kory, Brandie, Michael (Karla) , and great granddaughter Alexis. A daughter Debra (Jeff ) Yerkes and children John (Katie) Ashley,, Amanda, Jacob, Cole and great grandson Dalton. Four brothers: William Jr.(Jetta), Kenny(Doris), Jerry, and Ervin(Patty). Two sisters: Rosemary Osborn and Bette Collette., other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband Donald in 2003 and three sisters: Bertha, Delores and Helen.

Funeral Services will be at 1 PM on Saturday Feb 2, 20113 at the Crandall Funeral Home, Mauston where friends may call on Saturday from 11 AM until 1 PM services Burial will be in the Mauston Cemetery.

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