Obit: Haberli, Holly A. (1958 - 2006)

Contact: Crystal Wendt

Surnames: Haberli, Okins, Roushar, Loveless

----Sources: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, Wood Co., Wis.) January 12, 2006

Haberli, Holly A. (19 Jan. 1958 - 11 Jan. 2006)

Holly Haberli

CHILI -- Holly A. Haberli, 47, Chili, entered eternal life Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2006, at her home with her family at her side. A memorial service will be held a later date. Hansen Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Interment will be in Wilderness Cemetery in Lake Tomahawk.

Holly was born Jan. 19, 1958, in Oak Park, Ill., the daughter of Francis and Della (Okins) Roushar. She graduated from high school in Pewaukee.

On Dec. 16, 1978, the former Holly Roushar was united in marriage to Jerry W. Haberli in the chapel aboard ship on the Queen Mary, in dock at Long Beach, Calif.

The couple lived in Running Springs, Calif., where Holly was employed as a secretary with the water utilities department.

Holly returned to Marshfield to care for her ailing mother, and while here was diagnosed with cancer and remained here for treatment at the Marshfield Cancer Center. Her niece, Tracey Woehrle of Chili, invited Holly into her home while she was coping with her illness.

She was employed locally, as office manager at the Personal Development Center in Marshfield. Holly attended North Ridge Church in Marshfield, and was a member of the Running Springs Women's Club. Some of her interests included sewing and vegetable gardening.

She is lovingly survived by her husband, Jerry Haberli, and son, Jeffrey, both of Running Springs, Calif.; a sister, Patricia (Donald) Loveless of Marshfield; and two brothers, Francis Roushar of Milwaukee and Joseph Roushar of Lake Tomahawk. Many nieces and nephews further survive Holly.



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