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William Francis Schoeberlein

William Francis Schoeberlein, American lawyer. Bar: Colorado, 1958. Member American Bar Association (convention speaker), Colorado Bar Association (past chairman labor law committee), Institute Applied Management and Law, Industrial Relations Research Association (founder Rocky Mountain chapter, president 1975), Mount Vernon Country Club (board directors, president, treasurer).

Background

  • Schoeberlein, William Francis was born on November 23, 1932 in Watertown, New York, United States. Son of George Adam and Clara (Benarwic) Schoeberlein.

  • Education

    • AB cum laude, Harvard University, 1955. Juris Doctor cum laude, Harvard University, 1958.

    Career

    • Partner Sherman & Howard, Denver, 1958-1992. Special counsel Harding & Ogburn, since 1992.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Colorado, 1958.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Unitarian Universalist

    Membership

    Member American Bar Association (convention speaker), Colorado Bar Association (past chairman labor law committee), Institute Applied Management and Law, Industrial Relations Research Association (founder Rocky Mountain chapter, president 1975), Mount Vernon Country Club (board directors, president, treasurer).

    Personality

    Interests

    Avocations: mountain climbing. Scuba diving; rafting. Skiing; kyaking.

    Connections

    • Married Elizabeth Prescott Coleman December 23, 1953 (divorced 1968). Children– Elizabeth Prescott, Joseph Will, John Samuel. Married Janet Kaye Southworth, March 9, 1968.

      1 child, Lara.
    • father: George Adam Schoeberlein
    • mother: Clara (Benarwic) Schoeberlein
    • spouses: Elizabeth Prescott Coleman December 23
    • Janet Kaye Southworth
    • children: Elizabeth Prescott Schoeberlein
    • Joseph Will Schoeberlein
    • John Samuel Schoeberlein
    • Lara Schoeberlein
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