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Tanna Togstad biography: 13 things about Royalton, Wisconsin woman

Tanna M. Togstad was a resident of Wisconsin, United States. Here are 13 more things about her:

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  1. She lived in Royalton, Waupaca County, Wisconsin.
  2. She lived in New London, Waupaca County to David R. Togstad and Helen Togstad. Helen is married to Charles Hoffman.
  3. She was 10 years younger than her boyfriend Timothy W. Mumbrue.
  4. She was 6 years younger than her sister Veronica Lea Johnson, who is married to Randy Johnson. Veronica lives in a mobile home next to her residence in Royalton.
  5. She was 5 years younger than her brother Richard Togstad.
  6. In 1970, his younger brother Jeffrey D. Togstad was born.
  7. In 1985, his father died.
  8. In 1987, she graduated from New London Senior High School in New London, Wisconsin. After her graduation, she started working as a machine operator at Churney Co., Inc. in Weyauwega, Waupaca County.
  9. In 1991, she and Mumbrue started dating.
  10. Between 11:30 p.m. and midnight on March 20, 1992, she and Mumbrue were last seen alive leaving LD’s Bar in Clintonville, Waupaca County.
  11. At around 4:00 a.m. on March 21, 1992, her sister Veronica saw a small pickup truck backing out of the driveway and heading west to her house in Royalton.
  12. On March 22, 1992, Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office detective Donald Berglund responded to a citizen call and went to her house in Royalton. He found her, Mumbrue and her dog fatally stabbed inside her bedroom.
  13. On March 23, 1992, Dr. Robert W. Huntington III performed autopsies on her and Mumbrue’s corpses and reported that she died from a single homicidal stab wound to the chest, which penetrated her left lung, and foreign bodily fluids were found on her body. She died at the age of 23.
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Anyone with information about the murders of Timothy Mumbrue and Tanna Togstad is asked to contact the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office.

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