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Published November 19, 2013, 12:00 AM

Roberta (French) Holka

Roberta (French) Holka passed away November 15, after a brief struggle with cancer. Robertta (French) Holka was born September 18, 1946 to Renee and Geraldine (Byrne) French at Grafton, ND. She graduated from St. Aloysius Academy at Oakwood, ND. She received her RN degree at the St. Joseph School of Nursing and her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of North Dakota.

Robertta (Bobbi) was married to James Wesolowski of Grafton, ND. They had two children Nicole and Ward. They were divorced in 1982. Bobbi raised her children and worked as a nurse in various hospitals and nursing homes in the Phoenix, AZ area.

Roberta (French) Holka

Roberta (French) Holka passed away November 15, after a brief struggle with cancer. Robertta (French) Holka was born September 18, 1946 to Renee and Geraldine (Byrne) French at Grafton, ND. She graduated from St. Aloysius Academy at Oakwood, ND. She received her RN degree at the St. Joseph School of Nursing and her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of North Dakota.

Robertta (Bobbi) was married to James Wesolowski of Grafton, ND. They had two children Nicole and Ward. They were divorced in 1982. Bobbi raised her children and worked as a nurse in various hospitals and nursing homes in the Phoenix, AZ area.

She married August Holka in 1985. Bobbi was a nursing home administrator and a hospice administrator during her years in Mesa. For the last 14 years she has been a hospice nurse with Hospice of the Valley in Phoenix. She has spent her life in the service of others.

She is survived by her daughter, Nicole (Dominick) Scarchello and her son, Ward Wesolowski (Anna) and four grandchildren, Dominick and Giovanni Scarchello and Asher and Liv Wesolowski. Also two sisters, Sharon (Ron) Gourde and Michelle (Dayton) Kornkven. Bobbi donated regularly to the Wounded Warriors.

Her family has asked in lieu of flowers, that memorials be sent to Wounded Warriors Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675.

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