Memorial Service Set in Wisconsin for Woman in Deadly Crash
Jennifer Liston to be remembered during Friday afternoon service in Madison.
A memorial service has been scheduled in Wisconsin on Friday, Dec. 14, for the woman who was driving a stolen car when she crashed into another vehicle on Route 38 in Campton Hills on Dec. 1, killing a Maple Park man and injuring two other people.
Jennifer Marie Liston, 30, of Madison, Wis., died in the Dec. 1 head-on crash with a car driven by Zachary Bingham, 18, of Maple Park, who died of his injuries. The crash also killed his dog and injured his girlfriend, Erin Pazin, 19, of Elburn. Two other vehicles became involved in the wreck as well, and one other person was injured.
Liston was driving a car that had been reported stolen in Wheaton, then was involved in a crash in Geneva and fled a deputy who abandoned the chase when the woman hit speeds exceeding 100 mph.
According to the website All Faiths Funeral & Cremation Services, a memorial gathering will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, in the Prairie Unitarian Universalist Society Meeting House, 2010 Whenona Drive, Madison, Wis.