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Jaclyn (Jaci) J Maly

Published On: Oct 30 2013 03:43:44 PM CDT

The Town of Middleton- Maly, Jaclyn (Jaci), 66, died at home with family October 29, 2013.

She was born Sept. 16, 1947, the daughter of Milton and Velona Lefco, Madison. Jaci attended Wisconsin High School and graduated from Madison West High, class of '65, and the UW Madison Class of '69. On August 1, 1970, Jaci married Robert Maly, who survives her.

She is also survived by their 2 sons and their families: Eric (Kelly) Maly and daughters Lizzie and iNkki of McFarland, and Quince (Stacy) Maly and son Jack of Madison. Jaci is also survived by a sister Gail (Lew) Sorenson of Dummerston, VT. and a very special cousin, more like a sister, Kathy Lefco (Richard Edmonds) of Evanston, IL. Other survivors include in-laws: Jerry (Jane) Maly of Middleton; Carol (Ken) Funnemark of Cottage Grove; Ray (Evonne) Maly of Stoughton; Rita Daleo of Waunakee, and many nieces, nephews, and cousins. In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her brother Larry, brother-in-law Steve Daleo and in-laws Herb and Eleanor Maly.

Jaci brought joy, love, and respect into everyone's life: family, friends, even strangers.... We will all miss her infectious smile and positive attitude. She promised to continue caring for us until we all meet again.

There will be a visitation at 10:00am at St. Bernards's Catholic Church, 2015 Parmenter St. Middielton, WI. 53562, with a short service officiated by Msgr. Douglas Dushack (a truly valued family friend) at 11:00am.

If desired, in lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Charity of donor's choice or to your local Humane Society in her honor... she was a true lover of animals.

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