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Margaret L. Duval, age 94, of Glenwood City, WI died Friday September 21, 2012 at Glenhaven, Inc. in Glenwood City, WI.

Margaret was born April 19, 1918 in the Township of Forest, WI to Julius and Louise (Moll) Gluege. She was baptized at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Forest Township and confirmed at Grace Lutheran Church Clear Lake, WI. She attended the Green Creek School and later graduated from Clear Lake High School. Margaret married Walter Duval on April 19, 1937 in Amery, WI. They farmed in the Spring Valley area before moving to a farm in the Glenwood City area. She served as treasurer for the Township of Forest for many years and she enjoyed sewing and crocheting. She was involved in the birthday club with the other farmers’ wives and taught Sunday school and confirmation classes at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Forest, WI. She was a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Deer Park, WI. She had 4 children: Virginia Olson, Carol Long, Walter “Jack” Jr. and James. She moved into Glenhaven, Inc. in June of 2010 where she resided.

Margaret is preceded in death by her parents, brothers Lester and Rueben Gluege, daughter Virginia, her children’s father Walter Duval, twin grandsons Brian and Brad Duval.

Margaret is survived by three children: Carol Long of LaGrande, OR. Walter “Jack Duval and wife Kathy of New Richmond, WI and James Duval and wife Laura of Glenwood City, WI; Nine grandchildren: Nancy Winkelman and husband Shane, Penny McMahon and husband Mike, Bonnie Hopkins, April Burback and husband Chris, Ryan Duval, Karen Woodie and husband Brian, Jill Warner and husband Brian, Shannon Hubbel and husband Aaron and DeAnne Duval; 12 great-grandchildren: Shane and David Glesmann, Joshua Glesmann, Christina Koch and husband Duwayne, Steven Weeks and wife Melissa, Sean and Scott Hopkins, Isabel Duval- Warner, carter and Camryn Burback, Nathan and Natalie Woodie; Eight great-grandchildren: Kayla and Nathaiel Glesmann, Elijah and Justyce Reimann, Elizabeth Koch, Bailey Akins and Shaylynn and Mikayla Hubbel; sisters Adelaide Duval and Ida Ziemer. She is further survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 25, 2012 from the Anderson Funeral Home in Glenwood City, WI with Reverend John Wilman officiating. Burial was in the Greenwood Cemetery, Township of Emerald, WI.