Jeanette Truninger Siedenburg Hagedorn, 80, formerly of Coloma and Brookfield, WI, died peacefully on Wednesday, June 13, 2007, at Harris Villa in Westfield, WI, surrounded by family. She was born in Savanna, IL, on March 30, 1927, the daughter of Kenneth and Blanche Truninger. She courageously and valiantly fought cancer for 13 years. A talented, gregarious woman, Jeanette, loved life. Her family was her first love. She was a talented seamstress, enjoyed a variety of crafts and loved the game of golf which she learned at age 65. She was the office manager for Robedeaux Realty and worked as the secretary for the Guidance Department at Brookfield Central High School. She was a member and officer of the Pleasant Lake Association and a member of the Ladies Golf Leagues at Thal Acres. Survivors include daughters Kathleen Siedenburg (Dr. David Stern), Roscoe, IL, Martha (David) Marquardt, Westfield, WI, and son Kenneth (Sara) Siedenburg, Wales, WI; four grandchildren Ryan and Cortney Marquardt and Madeline and Rebecca Siedenburg, brothers Ed (Dorothy) Truninger and Jason (Terese) Truninger, numerous nieces, nephews, and friends. The family wishes to thank Dr. Douglas Reding, Nurse Pat, Dr. Ryan Andrews, and the other medical staff at the Marshfield and Wisconsin Rapids Clinics. The family also wishes to thank Nan Hinze, her staff and the residents of Harris Villa for their support, and Vicky McLaughlin and her staff at Northland Home Health Care. Jeanette was preceded in death by her husbands, Harold Siedenburg and Harold Hagedorn and her parents. Visitation Monday, June 18, from 9:00-11:00 a.m. with service to follow at Steinhaus-Holly Funeral Home, Westfield, WI. Burial on Tuesday, June 19, at 11:00 a.m. at Wisconsin Memorial Park, Brookfield, WI. In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the Budda Box Against Cancer, Harris Villa Assisted Living, or to family. Condolences can also be submitted online at www.steinhaushollyfuneralhome.com. She's teeing off at Heavenly Acres where there's no rough, no sand traps, and the fairways are wide.