Janice Marie Hauge of Manhattan MT (born 2/12/30), passed away surrounded by her family at home on January 13, 2021. She lived with her daughter Kimberly and her family for the last several years. Janice was born in Viroqua, WI and grew up on the family farm with her siblings until she graduated from Westby High School. She then moved to LaCrosse, WI where she met her husband James R. Hauge on a golf course and they then married on June 15, 1957. Janice and James worked wonderfully together in the food business owning A & W Drive Inn’s and later, Take -n- Bake Foods in Faribault, MN until retirement in 1994. They then moved to Pine River, MN and enjoyed their time together fishing, golfing, and playing cards with many friends. Janice loved and excelled at playing Bridge and stayed busy throughout the years in numerous card clubs. She enjoyed Bingo and traveling with James in their RV. Her biggest joy was spending time with him and her family. During the last several years much time was spent with her daughter, Kimberly, enjoying the days visiting, playing Bingo, and spending time with her grandchildren. The afternoon treat of coffee and fudge striped cookies will be missed beyond measure. Janice is survived by her daughter Kimberly (Douglas) Holen of Manhattan, MT; Son Steven (Pamela) Hauge of Elgin, MN; Daughter Sandra Delia of Eden Prairie, MN; Sister Jean Tryggestad of Santa Ana, CA; Brother-in-Law Richard Albrecht of LaCrosse, WI; Sister-in-Law Lois Tryggestad of Viroquia, WI; and Grandchildren Julia, Kaitlyn, James, Mathias, Marcus, Grant, Delaney Holen, and Brooklyn Hauge. She also leaves behind many nieces and nephews that she thought dearly of. She is preceded in death by her spouse, James Hauge, who died October 25, 2011; her son Mark Hauge; her parents Lyle and Ethel Tryggestad; Sisters Eloda (Tootie) Albrecht and Mary Ann Hanson; brother Roger Tryggestad, and Granddaughter Kelsey Marie Hauge. Burial will take place on March 18, 2021 at Maple Lawn Cemetery in Faribault, MN where she will rejoin her spouse James and son Mark whom she greatly missed.