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In Memory of...
The Olejniczak Girls
The Olejniczak Girls
Madison, Wisconsin

Date of Birth: 11/18/2008
born too soon

Donors:
Erin Aagesen, Nicole and Chris, Len Bloom, Janko and Alicia Boehme, Lori Bue, Melissa Butler, Kristen Bystol, Nan and Jeff Calvert, Mark and Karen Romanowski Collin, Rich & Kimberly Colvin, UW University Communications, Emily Curtis, mark dalebroux, Mark and Erica Ekkela, Patricia Foell, Angie & Natha Green, Colette Harbort, Ann and Jack Jackson, Mark and Cathy Jensen, Wendy Jessen, The Kochers, Jason Konen, Joanne Kristoffersen, Kevin & Liz Leman, Heidi Lezotte, Wendy and Jeff Lyons, Sue & Mike Mattner, Dave and Jessica Mazur, Jeanne & Al Meyer, Jim Mottola, Tom Mottola, Anthony & Stefanie Olejniczak, Gary Olejniczak, Gary & Christine Olejniczak, Nicholas Olejniczak, Sandra Pauls, Tom Pauls, Don and Cindy Peterson, Nicole Portolos, Joshua Puetz, Jyll Rademacher, Dave and Lynn Retan, Kelly Retan, Mark Romanowski Rodger Blick, Christopher Romanowski, Ed and Gretchen Romanowski, Gary and Jane Romanowski, John and Dorothy Romanowski, Ben Stading, Don and Karen Stanley, Lori Starks, Debby and Angelo Tenuta, Donna Twining, Angela & Ryan Ulm, Bryan & Mary Ulm, Joe & Christina Ulm, Lauren Walker, Brian Wiegand, Mark Wilson

 
 



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