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Janette DeBauche

Janette DeBauche, 67, Battle Lake, Minn., formerly of Henning, Minn., died on Friday, April 25, 2008, at the Battle Lake Good Samaritan Center. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, April 30, 2008, at St. Edward's Catholic Church, Henning, wit...

Janette DeBauche, 67, Battle Lake, Minn., formerly of Henning, Minn., died on Friday, April 25, 2008, at the Battle Lake Good Samaritan Center.

Funeral services were held on Wednesday, April 30, 2008, at St. Edward's Catholic Church, Henning, with the Rev. Don Wagner celebrating the Mass of the Resurrection.

Music is provided by Lea Snyder, Wayne Claassen and Paul Malecha.

The staff of the Battle Lake Good Samaritan Center and Lakeland Hospice were honorary pallbearers.

Active pallbearers were Keith Eckhoff, Eric Severson, Steven Takasu and Dr. Stephen Henry.

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Interment was in St. Edward's Cemetery.

Janette Eugenia DeBauche was born in Belfield on Oct. 15, 1940, the daughter of George and Agnes (Pavlenko) Dowhaniuk.

She grew up and attended school in Dickinson.

She was married and raised five children.

Janette received great pleasure from her children and grandchildren.

She loved gardening, especially strawberries, and loved to dance.

She found comfort in her family and her faith.

Janette is survived by her children: Douglas (Bobbi) Metz, Scottsdale, Ariz., John "Bud" DeBauche Jr., Henning, Angela (Keith) Eckhoff, Henning, Andrea (Steven) Takasu, Kailua, Hawaii, and Amy (Eric) Severson, Henning; grandchildren, Bradley and Alexa Metz, Jordan and Brandon DeBauche, Austin, Sydney, Natalie and Gretchen Eckhoff and Ethan and Emma Severson; brothers, Frank (Agnes) Dowhaniuk, Dickinson, Mike (Claudia) Dowhaniuk, El Paso, Texas, and Max Dowhaniuk, Elsworth, Wis.; and sister, Alice (Ralph) Roshau, Dickinson.

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She is preceded in death by her parents; brothers; Anton, Alex and Harry; and an infant sister and brother.

(Belmont Funeral Home, Henning)

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