Roy Donald Woboril




Roy Donald Woboril was born January 13, 1925, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, was baptized March 1, 1925, at Perseverance Presbyterian Church, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, and died July 21, 2016, in Custer, Portage Co., WI, at age 91. He is the son of Anton Victor Woboril of Wisconsin, and Anna Clara Olga Busacker of Milwaukee Co., WI.

Barbara Lillian Holzhaeuser was born July 11, 1931, in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN. She is the daughter of Elmer Louis Holzhaeuser of Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, and Caroline Mabel Shidell of Sherry Twp., Wood Co., WI.

Roy Donald Woboril and Barbara Lillian Holzhaeuser were married in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI.

Roy Donald Woboril and Barbara Lillian (Holzhaeuser) Woboril had three children:

  1. David Lee Woboril: Born 1956 in Wisconsin. Married (1) September 21, 1996, at Laurel Ridge Winery, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, to Shelly Jo Sippl: Born December 30, 1962, in Wausau, Marathon Co., WI; Died December 19, 2000, in San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA (age 37). Married (2) about July 17, 2014, in Oregon, to Eileen Carol Dirner: Born Unknown.
  2. Bruce Douglas Woboril: Born 1958 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Married June 16, 1984, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Ripon, Fond du Lac Co., WI, to Stacie Marie Hayes: Born 1960 in Ripon, Fond du Lac Co., WI.
  3. Laura Ann Woboril: Born 1959 in Wisconsin. Married March 3, 1984, at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI, to Todd Nicholas Brigman: Born 1959 in Wisconsin.



TIMELINE

The 1900 U. S. Census taken on June 4, 1900, shows Phillip Heinrichs (age 56) born November 1843 in Germany to German-born parents and having emigrated in 1857 and a naturalized citizen is a farmer owning his own farm in Eau Pleine Twp., Portage Co., WI. Living with him is his wife of 34 years, Karolina Heinrichs (age 55) born July 1844 in Germany to German-born parents and emigrating in 1852 with four of her six children still living. Also living there are their unmarried children, all born in Wisconsin to German-born parents: Theodore Heinrichs (age 32) born April 1868 who is a farm laborer; Emma Heinrichs (age 19) born December 1880 who is a dressmaker; Hattie Heinrichs (age 18) born April 1882 who is a dressmaker; and Rudolph Heinrichs (age 16) born May 1884 who is a farm laborer.

Elmer Louis Holzhaeuser was born April 9, 1902, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI.

Phillip Heinrichs died April 25, 1903, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, at age 59.

Caroline Mabel Shidell was born May 8, 1904, in Sherry Twp., Wood Co., WI.

Roy Donald Woboril was born January 13, 1925, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI.


Roy Donald Woboril birth and baptism records.


Elmer Louis Holzhaeuser and Caroline Mabel "Carolyn" Shidell were married on March 24, 1928, in Marengo, McHenry Co., IL.

Barbara Lillian Holzhaeuser was born July 11, 1931, in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN.

David Lee Woboril was born September 21, 1956, in Wisconsin.

Shelly Jo Sippl was born December 30, 1962, in Wausau, Marathon Co., WI.

Elmer Louis Holzhaeuser died May 18, 1973, in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI, at age 71.


Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI, Saturday, May 21, 1977

Campus Notes

David L. Woboril, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Woboril, 777 Ridge Road, has been selected for membership in the Iota Chapter of Mortar Board at Lawrence University, Appleton. Mortar Board is a national organization which recognizes scholarship, service and leadership in undergraduate students. He is a 1974 graduate of Stevens Point Area High School.


Todd Nicholas Brigman and Laura Ann Woboril were married March 3, 1984, at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI.


Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI, Friday, March 16, 1984

Woboril - Brigman

Laura Woboril and Todd Nicholas Brigman were married Saturday, March 3, at 4 p.m. at St. Paul's United Methodist Church. The Rev. Herbert Thompson officiated, assisted by the Rev. Leo Krynski. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Woboril, 777 Ridge Road, and Germaine Brigman, Montello, are the parents of the couple. Constance Fang was organist, Patricia Brigman was pianist and Caroline Hansen and Joan Hoaglund were soloist for the ceremony. Kristine Marasch served as the bride's honor attendant with bridesmaids Barbara Jansen, Debra Kohls, Margaret Purcell and Linda Truax. Gergory Zlevor was best man with groomsmen Jeffrey, Mark, Chris and Blaze Brigman. A dinner and reception at the Stevens Point Country Club followed the ceremony at which David and Bruce Woboril seated guests. The couple will reside at 2819 Highway Y, following a wedding trip to Waupaca. The bride, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire with a bachelor's degree in elementary education and library and media specialist, is the instructional materials center director at Emerson School. The bridegroom is a criminal justice major at UW - Eau Claire. Pre-nuptial events included showers given by Laurine Jansen at her home in Racine, Marion Ruelle at her home in Whiting and Kristine arasch at her home in Eau Claire and a luncheon given by Judy Slomann and Betty Eckberg.


Bruce Douglas Woboril and Stacie Marie Hayes were married June 16, 1984, at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Ripon, Fond du Lac Co., WI.


Stevens Point Daily Journal, Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI, Saturday, July 7, 1984

Hayes - Woboril

Stacie M. Hayes and Bruce D. Woboril were married Saturday, June 16, by the Rev. John Schmitz at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Ripon. William and Shirley Hayes, Route 3, Ripon, and Roy and Barbara Woboril, 777 Ridge Road, are the parents of the couple. Sarah Hayes was the bride's honor attendant with Luann Pederson, Laura Brigman, Lynn Greve, Melanie Hayes and Elizabeth Hayes, bridesmaids. Lydia Diemer was flower girl and Nathan Diemer was ringbearer. The bridegroom selected David Woboril as best man with Bill Pribel, Joe Cass, Chris Konkol, David Teasdale and Gary Pechinski, groomsmen. Thomas Gross, Jan Saecker and Elizabeth Hayes provided music for the 2 p.m. wedding at which Mark Elliott and Frank McGuinn seated the guests. A reception and dinner were held at Tuscumbia Golf and Tennis Club, Green Lake. Tghe couple live at 1332 Brawley St. The bride is a sociology major at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point. The bridegroom, a 1983 graduate of UW - Platteville, works at Means and Aratech Services. Prenuptial events included a shower given by relatives in Whitefish Bay and a shower given by Lynn Greve, Linda Pechinski and Luann Pedersen.


Caroline Mabel (Shidell) Holzhaeuser died May 17, 1996, in Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI, at age 92.


Caroline Mabel (Shidell) Holzheuser


David Lee Woboril and Shelly Jo Sippl were married September 21, 1996, at Laurel Ridge Winery, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR.


The Wausau Daily Herald, Wausau, Marathon Co., WI, Sunday, March 2, 1997

Woboril - Sippl

Shelly J. Sippl, age 37, died Dec. 19, 2000, in San Francisco, Calif. Shelly was born on  Dec. 30, 1962,grew up in Wausau, and graduated from Wausau West High School in 1981. She graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1985, with a degree in Journalism. After graduation, she was employed with advertising agencies in Minneapolis, Minn.; San Francisco, Calif.; Portland, Ore.; and Warsaw, Poland. She met her husband, David, in Portland and they shared a rich life together. Shelly fought an intense, two-year battle with brain cancer. Through  it all, she kept her sense of humor and wonderful outlook on living life. Shelly had a joy of life few of us will ever experience. In her 37 years, she experienced more in her life than many could ever dream of accomplishing. She had a passion for travel and experiencing new cultures, and saw much of the world. In 1994, she took a sabbatical to travel around the world. She loved the outdoors - hiking, skiing, kayaking and scuba diving. Shelly was a friend to many and very good at maintaining relationships, no matter how much time had eclipsed or distance separated her from those she cared about. Shelly is survived by her husband, David Woboril, San Francisco, Calif.; her mother and father, Marlene and Myron Sippl, Tomahawk; a brother, Perry Sippl, Eagle River; grandmother, Margaret Wadzinski, Wausau; mother and father-in-law, Barbara and Roy Woboril, Custer; a brother-in-law, Bruce (Stacie) Woboril, Stevens Point; sister-in-law, Laura (Todd) Brigman, Appleton; niece, Molly Woboril and nephews, Samuel and Nicholas Woboril, Stevens Point; nieces, Ahna, Emily and Morgan Brigman, Appleton; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins and many friends. A gathering and memorial service has been planned in honor of Shelly on Saturday, Dec. 23, 2000, at the YWCA, 613 Fifth St., Wausau. Friends and family are welconm between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. with the memorial service at 3 p.m. Everyone is also invited to join her family at the St.. James Catholic Church, Wausau for a 5:30 p.m. Mass.

"Life is eternal, and love is immortal, and death is only a horizon, and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight."


Shelly Jo (Sippl) Woboril died Tuesday, December 19, 2000, in San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA, at age 37.


The Wausau Daily Herald, Wausau, Marathon Co., WI, Sunday, March 2, 1997

Woboril - Sippl

Shelly J. Sippl, age 37, died Dec. 19, 2000, in San Francisco, Calif. Shelly was born on  Dec. 30, 1962,grew up in Wausau, and graduated from Wausau West High School in 1981. She graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1985, with a degree in Journalism. After graduation, she was employed with advertising agencies in Minneapolis, Minn.; San Francisco, Calif.; Portland, Ore.; and Warsaw, Poland. She met her husband, David, in Portland and they shared a rich life together. Shelly fought an intense, two-year battle with brain cancer. Through  it all, she kept her sense of humor and wonderful outlook on living life. Shelly had a joy of life few of us will ever experience. In her 37 years, she experienced more in her life than many could ever dream of accomplishing. She had a passion for travel and experiencing new cultures, and saw much of the world. In 1994, she took a sabbatical to travel around the world. She loved the outdoors - hiking, skiing, kayaking and scuba diving. Shelly was a friend to many and very good at maintaining relationships, no matter how much time had eclipsed or distance separated her from those she cared about. Shelly is survived by her husband, David Woboril, San Francisco, Calif.; her mother and father, Marlene and Myron Sippl, Tomahawk; a brother, Perry Sippl, Eagle River; grandmother, Margaret Wadzinski, Wausau; mother and father-in-law, Barbara and Roy Woboril, Custer; a brother-in-law, Bruce (Stacie) Woboril, Stevens Point; sister-in-law, Laura (Todd) Brigman, Appleton; niece, Molly Woboril and nephews, Samuel and Nicholas Woboril, Stevens Point; nieces, Ahna, Emily and Morgan Brigman, Appleton; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins and many friends. A gathering and memorial service has been planned in honor of Shelly on Saturday, Dec. 23, 2000, at the YWCA, 613 Fifth St., Wausau. Friends and family are welconm between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. with the memorial service at 3 p.m. Everyone is also invited to join her family at the St.. James Catholic Church, Wausau for a 5:30 p.m. Mass.

"Life is eternal, and love is immortal, and death is only a horizon, and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight."


The Wausau Daily Herald, Wausau, Marathon Co., WI, Saturday, December 23, 2000

Shelly J. Sippl

Shelly J. Sippl, age 37, died Dec. 19, 2000, in San Francisco, Calif. Shelly was born on  Dec. 30, 1962, grew up in Wausau, and graduated from Wausau West High School in 1981. She graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1985, with a degree in Journalism. After graduation, she was employed with advertising agencies in Minneapolis, Minn.; San Francisco, Calif.; Portland, Ore.; and Warsaw, Poland. She met her husband, David, in Portland and they shared a rich life together. Shelly fought an intense, two-year battle with brain cancer. Through  it all, she kept her sense of humor and wonderful outlook on living life. Shelly had a joy of life few of us will ever experience. In her 37 years, she experienced more in her life than many could ever dream of accomplishing. She had a passion for travel and experiencing new cultures, and saw much of the world. In 1994, she took a sabbatical to travel around the world. She loved the outdoors - hiking, skiing, kayaking and scuba diving. Shelly was a friend to many and very good at maintaining relationships, no matter how much time had eclipsed or distance separated her from those she cared about. Shelly is survived by her husband, David Woboril, San Francisco, Calif.; her mother and father, Marlene and Myron Sippl, Tomahawk; a brother, Perry Sippl, Eagle River; grandmother, Margaret Wadzinski, Wausau; mother and father-in-law, Barbara and Roy Woboril, Custer; a brother-in-law, Bruce (Stacie) Woboril, Stevens Point; sister-in-law, Laura (Todd) Brigman, Appleton; niece, Molly Woboril and nephews, Samuel and Nicholas Woboril, Stevens Point; nieces, Ahna, Emily and Morgan Brigman, Appleton; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins and many friends. A gathering and memorial service has been planned in honor of Shelly on Saturday, Dec. 23, 2000, at the YWCA, 613 Fifth St., Wausau. Friends and family are welcome between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. with the memorial service at 3 p.m. Everyone is also invited to join her family at the St.. James Catholic Church, Wausau for a 5:30 p.m. Mass.

"Life is eternal, and love is immortal, and death is only a horizon, and a horizon is nothing save the limit of our sight."


The Portage County Gazette, Stevens Point, Portage Co., WI

Shelly J. Sippl

Shelly J. Sippl, 37, San Francisco, wife of a former Stevens Point resident, died Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2000, in San Francisco following a two-year battle with cancer. A gathering and memorial service was held Saturday at the YMCA in Wausau. Friends later joined family for a Mass at St. James Catholic Church in Wausau. Visitation was held at the YMCA before the service. Ms. Sippl was born Dec. 30, 1962, in Wausau, a daughter of Myron and Marlene Sippl. She graduated from Wausau West High School in 1981 and received a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota in 1985. She was married to David Woboril, son of Roy and Barbara Woboril, Custer. She was employed with advertising agencies in Minneapolis, Minn.; San Francisco; Portland, Ore.; and Warsaw, Poland. Survivors include her husband; her parents, Tomahawk; one brother, Perry Sippl, Eagle River; and her grandmother, Margaret Wadzinski, Wausau.


The Murphy Reporter, University of Minnesota SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM & MASS COMMUNICATION • SUMMER 2001

Shelly J. Sippl, who had a successful career in advertising and public relations, died on Dec. 19, 2000 of a brain tumor. She was 37. Sippl graduated from the School in 1985 and went on to work in Minneapolis, Oregon, San Francisco and Warsaw, Poland. While in Portland, Sippl worked at Wieden & Kennedy agency of Portland, where she was responsible for relations with Nike and held the post of group director with the Coca-Cola Company, working on its promotional and advertising campaign for the Atlanta Olympic Games. In 1997, Sippl was named managing director at BBDO Warsaw Group, one of Poland’s five biggest advertising agencies. She is survived by her husband, David Woboril; her parents, Marlene and Mike Sippl; her brother, Perry; and her grandmother, Margaret Wadzinski, Wausau.


David Lee Woboril and Eileen Carol Dirner were married about July 17, 2014, in Oregon.


   

David Lee Woboril and Eileen Carol Dirner wedding pictures from Eileen's Flickr website.


Roy Donald Woboril died July 21, 2016, in Custer, Portage Co., WI, at age 91.

 

DAVID WOBORIL

Senior Deputy City Attorney, Portland City Attorney’s Office

David Woboril, Senior Deputy City Attorney in Portland, advises the Portland Police Bureau on matters of operational policy and practice. Mr. Woboril is a graduate of Lawrence University and Lewis and Clark Law School, worked for the Metropolitan Public Defender in Portland for much of the 80’s, was hired by Portland in 1989 to defend tort cases and became the Police Legal Advisor in 1996.