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Julie Ann Voiss

Published On: Mar 20 2014 01:35:39 PM CDT

Julie Ann Voiss, age 57, of McFarland entered into heavenly rest on March 18, 2014 at Meriter Hospital in Madison.

She was born in Chicago, IL on January 4, 1957 to Alan and Mary Lou (Bushee) Voiss. Julie grew up in McFarland and attended McFarland High School. At one time she was one of the best female pool players in the Madison area.

She was employed for several years by the UW Hospital in Madison.

Julie was the beloved mother of Breanne Voiss. She is survived by her daughter, one sister, Dori (Jim) Shelby of McFarland; four brothers Duane "Dewy" (Diane) Voiss and Wade "Chip" Voiss of McFarland; Dale Voiss of Madison and Kurt (Vicki) Voiss of Poynette. She is also survived by several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and three brothers; Terry, Loren and Danny.

A celebration of her life and will be held on Saturday March 22, 2014 at 1:30 p.m. at the AMERICAN LEGION HALL, 4911 Burma Road, McFarland. Visitors may call on the family from 1:00 p.m. until the start of services. A short luncheon will be held after the services.

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