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Lluvia, or Lee as most friends called her, was hard to slow down. She loved to socialize and would always want to play a board game or cards at home or go out where she liked to play pool, Texas hold 'em and other gambling games. She also loved dancing, especially line dancing, and golfing, At home she would keep busy taking care of her plants and flower garden or in the kitchen cooking, canning or baking. She was diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease in 1994 but she still kept as active as she could.
Lluvia is survived by her husband, Michael, and had 4 children, 6 grandchildren and 4 great grand children. She was born in Janesville, Wisconsin on August 1, 1942 to Gustave Utterberg and Wanda Sprout Utterberg. Lluvia was a graduate of Janesville High School in 1960 and Madison Business College in 1963. She worked at Mattison Machine Works in Rockford, Illinois. She then married Michael Springer in 1969 and moved to Poplar Grove, Illinois. She retired from Alliant Energy in Elkhorn, Wisconsin in 2005. Lluvia and Michael moved to Lyndon Station, Wisconsin to enjoy their retirement years boating, socializing with friends, golfing and spending time with family.
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