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Brittanie M. (Brice) Henning
Brittanie M. (Brice) Henning

Brittanie M. (Brice) Henning, age 27 of Madison, formerly of Monroe, died Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at U.W. Hospital surrounded by love from her family. Brittanie was born on June 30, 1993 in Madison, the daughter of Patrick D. and Donna (Barreau) Brice. She graduated from Monroe Alternative Charter School in 2012. Brittanie cherished her family, especially her daughter, and had a great love of music. She had the ability to make just about anybody smile with her infectious laugh. She had the ability to light up any room she entered and find a way to smile through the toughest situations. Not only was Brittanie’s love for her daughter beyond words, but she also had an incredible, indescribable, out of this world bond with her twin sister. Although her life was cut short, she will always live on through the memory of her daughter, sisters, mother, and father. Brittanie was loved fiercely and will be deeply missed.

She will be dearly missed by her daughter, Maleah Henning; mother, Donna Zimmerman, both of Dallas, TX; her father, Patrick Brice of Madison; two sisters, Chelsea Brice (Briyanna Gburzynski) of Brodhead; and McKenzie (Chad) Valenza of McFarland; maternal grandparents, Janet (Dean) Fuchs of New Glarus, Steve Kluge of FL; paternal grandparents, David (Cathy) Rhea of Sun Prairie, Carla Froghmader of FL; one niece; two nephews; and many cousins.

She was preceded in death by an uncle, Jon Barreau; maternal great grandparents, George and Bonnie Fuchs; and paternal great grandparents, Donna (Richard) Thorpe.

A visitation for Brittanie will be held on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at the Newcomer Funeral Home, 1329 31st. Avenue, Monroe. Masks and social distancing will be required while inside the funeral home.

A memorial fund will be established in Brittanie’s name for Maleah’s education. Condolences may be given at

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