Bio: Ringle, Oscar Louis (1878 – 19??)
Surnames: Ringle, Regner, Engle, Baesman
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Ringle, Oscar Louis (12 April 1878 – 19??)
OSCAR LOUIS RINGLE, who is a well known member of the Wausau bar and the junior of the well known law firm of Regner & Ringle, was born at Wausau, Wis., April 12, 1878, and is a son of Hon. John and Augusta (Engle) Ringle.
Hon. John Ringle is mayor of the city of Wausau and is one of the city's capitalists and is vice president of the First National Bank of Wausau. His people came early to Dodge County, Wis., and there he was born and mainly reared. He married Augusta Engle, who was born in Germany, and nine children were born to them; Oscar Louis being fourth in the order of birth.
Oscar L. Ringle was reared in his native city and has made his home here all his life. After he completed the public school course he entered the University of Wisconsin and was graduated there in law in the class of 1901, immediately entering upon the practice of his profession. In 1902 he formed a law partnership with Frank R. Regner under the style of Regner & Ringle, which has ever since continued. Mr. Ringle is a member of the Marathon County Bar Association, and fraternally is identified with the Masons and the Elks. Politically he is a Democrat, and was elected a member of the assembly of the Wisconsin Legislature, from the 2nd District of Marathon County at the general election in November, 1912.
Mr. Ringle married Miss Clara Baesman, a daughter of G. H. Baesman, of Wausau, and they have one daughter, Dorothea. Mr. Ringle and family belong to St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church.
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