Wisconsin municipal attorney, Hartland indigenous Monthly bill Chapman dies

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Bill Chapman was nothing if not dedicated. 

For in excess of 60 several years, the Hartland-elevated legal professional served many towns and towns throughout Lake Country, specializing in municipal law. He ongoing his practice until just a 12 months prior to he died on Could 19, age 90, at the Shorehaven Health Treatment Center.

That commitment lives on, in the form of a park, the Pabst Farms YMCA, Mt. Olympia, an incalculable amount of authorized assistance, and the a lot of good friends, household and strangers whose lives he altered for the superior. 

“He set anything else in front of himself,” explained close friend and owner of Stapleton Realty, Maureen Stapleton. “He failed to just want it his way, he wished it so that it labored out for everyone concerned.” 

A prolonged occupation in Lake State

Bill was born Sept. 8, 1930, to Herbert and Catherine Chapman. Raised in Hartland, Invoice Chapman joined the military services and served in the Korean War. He returned stateside and married his wife Joyce in 1952. With each other, they had three sons, one particular of whom died in infancy. Bill and Joyce remained married for 66 years until she died in 2018.