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How Did Anna Loger Die? [Know Her Death Cause]

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A Blue Mounds resident, Anna Rose Loger has died unexpectedly. People who knew her were shocked to learn of this sad news.

According to reports, Anna Rose Loger passed away on Friday, September 23, 2022.

Her family confirmed the news. What caused Anna Rose Loger’s death? Many questions remain unanswered about Anna Rose Loger’s passing.

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How Did Anna Loger Die?

She died Friday, September 23, 2022. Her family also shared the heartbreaking news via Facebook. They did not disclose her cause of death.

We are unable at this time to reveal her cause of death. We are currently working on this. As soon as we have more information about Anna Rose Loger’s death, we will update this section.

Anna Loger father and mother

Anna Rose Loger was the daughter of Jim and Selma Bennet. She was born in Madison, Wis. on May 18, 1977 to her parents.

Anna Loger husband

Anna Rose Loger married Michael Loger in a private ceremony on June 23, 2001.

Anna Loger education

According to reports, she attended UW-Platteville for further education. In 1995, she attended Wisconsin Heights High School to further her education.

She went on to earn a diploma and became a Prairie View Middle School faculty member. It is clear that she was brave and courageous to meet anyone who met her. We regret to report that we do not know the cause of her death.

Anna Loger age 

She was born on May 18, 1977, in Madison. She was 45 years old.

Anna Loger obituary

According to an online obituary, Anna Loger died unexpectedly on Monday, September 26, 2022. The cause of her death was not revealed.

We are grieving with our family and friends, but words cannot express our sorrow. We offer our condolences to you and ask that your prayers be a comforting one. We are sending our deepest condolences.

 

 

You can send condolences and prayers to the loved ones of the deceased. It will help them through this very difficult time.

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