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Harlan Frank Cone

Published On: Mar 16 2014 06:21:43 AM CDT

Harlan Cone, age 75, of Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin passed away on Thursday, March 13, 2014 at his home.

A Memorial Service will be held at a later date.

Harlan was born on May 25, 1938 in Baraboo, Wisconsin, the son Frank and Agnes (Mulligan) Cone. He married Marlene Fritz on November 21, 1971 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He served in the US Army as a tank driver. He was a member of the Harold B. Larkin American Legion Post #187 of Wisconsin Dells. For 35 years he was a sign painter for Olin Corporation at Badger Ordinance. Harlan was an avid deer and turkey hunter and always enjoyed a good day of fishing.

Harlan is survived by his wife, Marlene; his daughter, Pauline Veith of Fitchburg, WI; Matt Peterson and Courtney Syverson, whom he thought of as his own children; sister, Karen (Eric) Gustafson of Pleasant Prairie, WI; grandchildren, Alexa, Kayli, Jessica and Cora; extended family, Fox and Barb Peterson; special friends, Gary and Ingrid Booth and Donna Anderson as well as his nieces and nephew. He was preceded in death by his parents.

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