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Tabitha C. Delahanty

Published On: Jul 04 2013 11:51:17 AM CDT

MADISON/DENVER-Tabitha Christine Delahanty passed away on June 26th, 2013.

Tabitha was born on December 30, 1988. She was an avid snowboarder and enjoyed spending time in the mountains hiking with her dog, Rasta. She was a very caring and intelligent young woman who was highly artistic, loved karate and excelled in architecture.

Tabitha is preceded in death by her mother, Maria and grandfather, Edmund. Tabitha is survived by her father, Dan, her sisters, Brittany and Dawn, brother, Ryan, as well as many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents.

She made an impact on everyone she met and will be greatly missed by all.

Service will be held on Friday July 5th, 2013 at 1pm at Resurrection Cemetery in Madison, WI.

Her family has requested that in lieu of flowers, donations are sent to the Dane County Humane Society.

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