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Randolf 'Lee' Will, 71, of Schofield, passed away on February 5, 2020.
Lee was born on March 20, 1948 in Broken Bow, Nebraska to the late Arnold and Twila (Whiteman) Will. He graduated from high school in 1966 and completed Trade School in 1968; before joining the United States Marine Corps, and serving his Country honorably. Randolf was awarded the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal W/2, Vietnam Campaign Medal W/device, Combat Action Ribbon, and the Good Conduct Medal (1st Award).
For many years Lee was the “Carpenter of Oz,” at the Central Wisconsin Children’s Theatre where he spent countless hours creating the sets for the children’s plays. He was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, loved to create his “whimsies,” and was proud of his service to his Country. But most important to him were his family and friends. Lee will be missed by all who knew and loved him.
He is survived by his siblings, Alan C. (Carolyn) Will of Maple Grove, MN, Deborah (Jerome) Warpehoski of Crandon, and Althea Schaepe of Merrill; nieces and nephews, Charles (Nancy Shore) Warpehoski and their children Camille and Oren, Ann (Andy) Radil and their son Henry and Jennifer (Noah) Warpehoski-Fulcher and Adiah.
There will be a celebration of Lee's life in the Spring of 2020. Family and friends may go to helke.com to sign the family guestbook.
Lee's family wishes to thank the amazing caregivers from Aspirus Home Care for all their care during these last years.
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