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Elizabeth "Liz" Ray

September 8, 1941 — November 28, 2022

Sun Prairie

Sun Prairie-Elizabeth Caroline Ray, passed away unexpectedly at the age of 81, on November 28, 2022. She was born on September 8, 1941, in La Crosse, Wisconsin to Kenneth Edward Rahn and Alice Olson. Born Elizabeth Caroline Rahn, Elizabeth also went by Betsy, and Liz later in life.

Liz had a lifelong interest in astrology, along with an appreciation of art of all media and forms. She was an impressive collector and interior decorator who exceled in making her homes comfortable, inviting, and interesting. She also has collected thousands of recipes and loves to cook, bake, and prepare meals.

Liz graduated with a bachelor of science from the University of Wisconsin in Madison in home economics. She had a varied career in the Madison area, beginning as a telephone utility support representative in Sun Prairie, and which culminated later in life as a spiritual care provider at Rosicrucian Fellowship in Oceanside, California.

Liz is survived by her son Mark (Pam) Robert Davis, and daughter Katherine (Kevin) Elizabeth Quihuis, grandchildren Bartholomew Presby (aka Nathaniel Davis), Zachary Davis, Christopher (Amanda) Davis, Kaylee Quihuis, Fawn Quihuis, and Samantha Quihuis. Her great grandchildren, the children of Christopher and Amanda, are Daphne, Nolan, and Piper. And many dear friends, including her beloved houseguests.

Liz was preceded in death by her first husband Robert Davis (Mark and Katherine’s father), her second husband Fletcher Monk, and her third husband Kenneth Ray. Also, by her brother David Rahn.

An intimate memorial service was held Saturday, December 2, 2022 in Madison, Wisconsin.

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