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“I thought it was fun. It was kind of what I wanted to do, said Trubisky after his first game on the field in the NFL. Out there, just be consistent, move the ball with the offense, show command in the huddle at the line of scrimmage. Lorraine is survived by three sons, two daughters, 10 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Her children include Larry (Jeanne) McFarlane of Las Vegas, Nevada, Gail (Gene Peterson) McFarlane of Los Alamos, New Mexico, Fay (Dennis) Hubbard of Chippewa Falls, Paul McFarlane of Eau Claire, and Mark (Sue) McFarlane of Eau Claire. Grandchildren include Mary (Greg Turk) McFarlane of Atlanta, Georgia, Larisa Keeler Gillis of Los Alamos, New Mexico, Travis Hubbard of Cross Plains, Wisconsin, Mathew Hubbard of Eau Claire, Anna (Chad) Lovaas of Chippewa Falls, Crissy (Morgan) Hanson of Chippewa Falls, Amy McFarlane of Oak Park, Illinois, Joe (Alena) McFarlane of New York, New York, Jim McFarlane of Eau Claire, and Bill McFarlane of Stamford, Connecticut.