Joseph Woll mom Shelley Woll is a manager at RubinBrown Real Estate Service. Joseph was born and raised in Dardenne Prairie Missouri.
Joseph plays hockey as a goalie for the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League. He now is about to make a full-time debut for the Toronto Maple Leafs in the NHL playoffs alongside William Nylander and Auston Matthews.
Though his mother and father are not involved in sports Woll's interest in sports grew at an early age.
He has worked with coach Racine who has taught him everything about the goalie and also the coach has advised him about his life.
Joseph was selected by the Maple Leafs in 2016 before he played hockey for Boston College for three years and played for the 2017 World Junior Championship for Team USA.
Joseph Woll Parents
Joseph Woll parents are Bob Woll and Shelley Woll. Bob and Shelley raised three children in Missouri, U.S.
Bob was obsessed with hockey but he never took up the sport himself; however, he supported Joseph's interest as a hockey player.
As Woll showed up his interest in hockey at a young age, his mother and father have always motivated him.
At 8, Bob and Shelley hired coach Bruce Racine for their son. They also attend and cheer up at Joseph's game.
Bob Woll Is Accountant
Bob is a financial executive with over 16 years of industry experience.
He did Business administration and Management in accounting at the University of Missouri-Saint Louis. Bob has experience in general accounting, financial analysis, staff administration, and project management.
He started his career as a financial reporter at KV Pharmaceutical for eight years. Also, he has worked as a director of financial reporting and technical account manager for eight years at Midland States Bancorp.
Shelley Woll Works At Real Estate
Shelley is the manager at RubinBrown's Real Estate Service and Assurance Service Group.
She completed her Bachelor's degree in accounting from Truman State University. Completing her Bachelor's degree, she started her career as a manager at KPMG for six years.
Per her LinkedIn account, Shelley was a Director of Community Relations for St. Louis Bandits and manager at Nimmons Wealth Management.
After gaining experience working in different positions, she was a vice president and senior financial analyst for Citi for seven years.
Joseph Woll Siblings
Joseph Woll grew up with two siblings named Michael Woll and Emma Woll.
Michael and Emma were present to cheer up Joseph during his draft event. Woll has become a role model for his brother and sister.
Michael is a hockey player, he had chosen his career path in the field of sports following in his brother's footsteps.
He was born on April 4, 2003, in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri. Like his older brother, Michael was interested in hockey from a young age.
He used to attend Joseph's games and train with him. During childhood, they used to play in their home basement, where Joseph used to make Michael play goalie in full gear so that Woll could shoot on him.
Michael credits his brother as his role model; Joseph has taught him how to be a good student. He is active on Instagram where he has shared his game and childhood pictures.
Emma Woll Is A Volleyball Player
Emma Woll is the younger sister of Joseph and Michael.
She is a volleyball player at Westminster Christian Academy. Emma celebrated her 22nd birthday on January 2, 2022.
Emma enjoys spending time with her brother; they three enjoyed their vacation at Wailea-Makena. During Joseph's graduation from Boston College, Emma and Michael were there to celebrate.
Also, she loves hanging out with her friends. Emma has shared her lifestyle on her Instagram account.
Joseph Woll Family Life Growing Up
Joseph Woll grew up with his family in Dardenne Prairie, Missouri, U.S. Joseph spend his childhood playing hockey.
None of his family was involved in sports, on his dad's side they used to play street hockey but no one knew skating.
When he was two years old, he used to play hockey with a plastic stick and pluck in the kitchen. At three and a half years old, he took a skating class.
He enjoyed playing with goalie gear and finally began to put it in. At age 8, he went through the spring team tryout process but was unsuccessful and ultimately named the alternate.
Joseph credits his coach Racine for where he is today. At the age of 10, his coach used to give him 10 pamphlets on mental toughness as he wanted him to teach how to forge different skill sets, the kinds that apply in life.
Learning to play hockey from a young age, he played college hockey for Boston in the 2017 and 2018 World Junior Championships with Team USA.