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Sheboygan County looks to honor Roy Sebald's love for river

8:28 AM, Oct. 23, 2013
Roy Sebald's stepdaughter, Lynn Borth-Heidemann, right, stands with his widow, Lillian Sebald, Tuesday at the Taylor Drive and Indiana Avenue river access area in Sheboygan. The Sheboygan County Board is considering naming the area in honor of Sebald, an early area conservationist.
Roy Sebald's stepdaughter, Lynn Borth-Heidemann, right, stands with his widow, Lillian Sebald, Tuesday at the Taylor Drive and Indiana Avenue river access area in Sheboygan. The Sheboygan County Board is considering naming the area in honor of Sebald, an early area conservationist.
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Roy Sebald loved the Sheboygan River. He loved the county's natural areas and he loved the many ways people have concocted to spend time there - hunting, trapping, fishing, camping.

One of the area's first dedicated conservationists, Sebald rallied people together and fought to clean up and preserve the county's precious natural resources.

Sebald, who died in 2007, didn't live to see the conclusion of what he helped start when the $70 million dredging and habitat restoration project on the Sheboygan River concluded earlier this year, but the county wants to see that his contributions are ...

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