2003 - 2004 LEGISLATURE
January 22, 2003 - Introduced by Representative Ott, cosponsored by Senator A.
Lasee. Referred to Committee on Rules.
1Relating to: the life and public service of Wilmer H. Struebing.
Whereas, Wilmer H. Struebing was born on April 2, 1910, in Brillion, 3
Wisconsin, and died on January 7, 2003, in New Holstein; and
Whereas, Mr. Struebing was educated in the Brillion public schools; and
Whereas, he married Henrietta Vaupel on February 10, 1937; and
Whereas, Mr. Struebing served on the Brillion School Board, the Brillion Town 7
Board, and the Calumet County Board; and
Whereas, Mr. Struebing was first elected to the Wisconsin assembly in 1962, 9
representing Calumet County, and served in the 1963 and 1965 sessions; and
Whereas, during his tenure in the assembly, he served on the Committee on 11
Education and the Committee on State Affairs; and
Whereas, Mr. Struebing served as assembly chief clerk from May 16, 1967, 13
through the 1969 session, and he subsequently served as assistant senate chief clerk; 14
Whereas, after he retired from the Wisconsin legislature, Mr. Struebing worked 2
for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture (now the Department of Agriculture, 3
Trade and Consumer Protection); now, therefore, be it
4Resolved by the assembly, the senate concurring, That
the members of the 5
Wisconsin legislature commend the devoted public service that Wilmer H. Struebing 6
contributed to this state and his community, express their sorrow at his death, and 7
extend their condolences to his family and friends; and, be it further
the assembly chief clerk shall provide copies of this joint 9
resolution to Mr. Struebing's wife, Henrietta of Brillion, to his daughter, Mary Lee 10
Hoffman of Oshkosh, and to his sons, George and Jim of Brillion.