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REESEVILLE - Elizabeth C. Roth, 96, of Reeseville, died on Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2005, at the  Marquardt Manor in Watertown.

Visitation will be held on Monday, Dec. 19, at the United Church

of Christ, 215 Lincoln Ave. Reeseville, from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.  Funeral services will be held on Monday, Dec. 19, at the United Church of Christ in Reeseville at 1 p.m. with the Rev. Charles Brizius officiating. Burial will be in the Reeseville Cemetery.

The former Elizabeth Caroline Dauffenbach was born on Nov. 16, 1909, in Reeseville, the daughter of William and Alvina (Swanitz) Dauffenbach. She was a 1928 graduate of Reeseville High School and a 1929 graduate of the Milwaukee Business College. She worked for a physician and dentist in Reeseville, after her schooling.  On June 1, 1940, she was united in marriage to Milton Roth at the Evangelical and Reformed Church in Reeseville. She was an active member of the United Church of Christ in Reeseville for many years and a member of its Ladies Aid. She enjoyed cooking and baking and she was very family oriented. She was a loving and supportive wife, mother and grandmother.

Survivors include two daughters, Karen Reinhard of Woodstock, IL, Carleen (Albert) Benninger of Reeseville; five grandchildren, Scott (Jennifer) Reinhard of Woodbury, Minn., Amy Reinhard of West Hollywood, Calif., Jon (Tammy) Benninger of Windsor, Andrew (Kendra) Benninger of Reeseville, Beth Benninger (fianc Karl Crave) of Madison; five great grandchildren, Benjamin and Katherine Reinhard, Jared, Morgan and Brooke Benninger, nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband in 1984; son-in-law, James Reinhard in 2004; two brothers, Raymond and Edgar; and two sisters, Edna Goebel and Iva Albright.

Memorials to the United Church of Christ in Reeseville are suggested.

Murray Funeral Home of Reeseville is serving the family. Their Web site may be viewed at http://murray.plan4ever.com

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