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Barbara A. Hoile , Age 81


November 01, 1940 --May 01, 2022

Barbara A. Hoile passed away peacefully on Sunday May 1, 2022. She was born on November 1, 1940 in Milwaukee, WI to Leonard and Ruth Ludwigsen.

Barb went to college in Milwaukee and became a Paralegal, where she worked for a Milwaukee Law Firm.

She married Carl Robbins and they later had two daughters, Chris Robbins (Doyle) and Sandy Robbins (Carter)

In 1981, Barb was remarried to Bill Hoile.

Barb enjoyed working for the Juneau County DA's office along with being the Human Resource Director for over 35 years.

She was an avid golfer, loved her card clubs, and more importantly, enjoyed going to dinner with her many friends and family.

Barb is remembered for her amazing smile and joyful personality.

She was preceded in death by, her parents Leonard and Ruth Ludwigsen, Carl Robbins, and Bill Hoile.

Barb is survived by her brother, Ken Ludwigsen, wife Vera; sister, Judy Follendorf, husband Al; daughters, Chris Robbins (Doyle) and her husband Ty Doyle and Sandy Robbins (Carter) and her husband John; two stepsons, Bill and Jeff Hoile and their families. She is further survived by, seven beautiful grandchildren, Cale, Sean, and Aiden Doyle, Carsen and Abby Hamann, and two step-grandchildren, Ben and Sydney Carter; nieces and nephews, Beth Mulock (Follendorf), Greg Ludwigsen, Lori Mistele (Follendorf), and Julie Hendrickson (Follendorf).

Services will be held on Saturday, May 14, 2022 at Oak Park Place, 800 Waldo Street Baraboo, Wisconsin 53913. Visitation at 10am with services being held at 11am. There will be a small luncheon following the service, with a private burial at the Hartland Village Cemetery.

Another love of Barbs was the Crane Foundation. The Family encourages anyone wishing to donate to a memorial to send donations to the Baraboo Crane Foundation. The Redlin-Ertz Funeral Home is assisting the family.



Condolences

Jacque Potter May 04, 2022

Friend Osprey , Florida

Barb was my friend for many years in Mauston, WI. She was most proud of her family. She will be missed by her many Mauston friends and co-workers. My best to her daughters, Chris and Sandy and step sons, William and Jeff and their families. Sincerely, Jacque Potter

Bill Blank May 04, 2022

Friend Lyndon Station , Wisconsin

My condolences to the family. Barb's employment at Juneau County spanned my career there and she will be missed. She was a wonderful woman.

Karen Fritz May 04, 2022

Friend New lisbon , Wisconsin

Barb and I have been friends for 48 years since we both moved to Mauston in 1975. We spent many great times as couples golfing, dining and watching our kids grow up. She would often have dinner with us before we went to bridge club. Larry always said she was one of his favorites! We will miss you dear friend! So sorry that you have lost your dear Mother Chris and Sandy!

Vicki Fritz May 04, 2022

Friend Henderson , Nevada

So sorry for your loss. Thinking of your family during this difficult time.

Tonya lassanske May 05, 2022

Friend Merrimac , Wisconsin

Sending love and prayers to the family, especially to Chris and Sandy. May God wrap his arms around you all during this most difficult time. Hugs

Mandy Archer May 05, 2022

Friend Centennial , Colorado

I am so sorry to hear about Barb. She was a great Mom and person, I still remember walking up the steps to the Courthouse to see her, Her and Bill watching TV in the kitchen and how she was always proud of her girls. The last time I saw her, it was her big hug that was the constant and the same after all these years. I am thinking of Chris and Sam and know you guys will get one another thru this difficult time. XOXOXOXO

Deb priest May 09, 2022

Friend co-worker mauston , Wisconsin

Your mother was a wonderful woman! She was a friend to me and my parents long before the relationship I had with her at the county!!! I loved our talks and the way she gleamed when she spoke of you 2 girls!!! And the grandkids!!! It was a great pleasure to have known her and admired her truly!