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William F. Kanable

Published On: Mar 27 2013 05:54:24 AM CDT
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William F. Kanable, 57, of Viola died Tuesday, March 26, 2013 as the result of an automobile accident. He was born January 30, 1956 in Richland Center the son of Dyle and Jessie (Wonn) Kanable. Bill graduated from Kickapoo High School in 1974, Southwest Tech in Business in 1976 and UW LaCrosse in Psychology in 1990. He worked as an over the road truck driver for Cardinal Transport. Bill enjoyed reading.

Bill is survived by his mother, Jessie Kanable of Viola, two sisters, Bonnie (Jim) Thoftne of Soldiers Grove, Lorene Kanable (Kevin Tuckwood) of Richland Center, three nephews, Matt, Mark and John Thoftne, many aunts, uncles, other relatives, and friends.

Bill was preceded in death by his father Dyle and his grandparents Brainard and Ethel (Jones) Kanable and Albert and Daisy (Nelson) Wonn.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, April 1, 2013 at 11:30 AM at the Seland Huston Funeral Home in LaFarge. Burial will follow in the Viola Cemetery. Friends may call at the Seland Huston Funeral Home on Monday, April 1, 2013, from 9:30 AM until the time of the service at 11:30 AM. The Pratt Funeral and Cremation Service is assisting the family with their arrangements. Online condolences can be made at prattfuneralservice.com.

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