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Marian J. Warren

Published On: Dec 11 2012 04:31:26 PM CST
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Madison/Janesville-Marian J. Warren, age 92, passed away on Monday, December 10, 2012, at Waunakee Manor Nursing Home.

Marian was born on November 25, 1920 to Jeff and Emma Durfey and was born and raised in Madison. She Married Harold Warren and they lived for many years in Janesville. Marian loved to travel, animals, and was an avid Badger fan.

She is survived by her nephew Tom Fish; niece Millie Kiefer; and several great nieces and nephews. Marian was preceded in death by her husband Harold; her parents; sisters Mildred and Elizabeth; and good friend Ruth Jacobson.

Thank you to the staff of Waunakee Manor and Terri Patwell NP for the extraordinary care which allowed us 6 ½ more years with her.

Burial will take place on Thursday December 13, 2012 at ROSELAWN MEMORIAL PARK, 401 Femrite Drive in Monona, at 11:00 a.m.

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