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Kelsey Sticka

April 06, 1969 - July 26, 2012

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A private family service has will take place.

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Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Kelsey Sticka

April 06, 1969 - July 26, 2012

Obituary

Kelsey Faye Sticka passed away July 26, 2012 in the Elim Care Center, Fargo, North Dakota.

She was the daughter of Paul Sticka, St. Paul, Minnesota, Harold and the late Karen Voigt, Dickinson, North Dakota.  Kelsey was born in Dickinson and attended Dickinson Public Schools.  She lived in Fargo for 17 years and worked for Serco Corporate Travel Agency.

Her interests include reading, traveling, watching television and especially spending time with her friends and family.

Kelsey had many serious health issues throughout her life and died from complications of various illnesses and surgeries.  She will be remembered for her courage and tolerance in living life with disabilities and dying with dignity.

She is survived by one aunt, Marilyn Madson Forster, Richardton, North Dakota; uncle, Lyle Madson, Fort Collins, Colorado.  She is also loved her stepbrother, Robby (Lou) Voigt, Mohall, North Dakota; stepsisters, Sheila (Joe) Marshall, Hazen, North Dakota and Shannon (Dennis) Sjomeling, Breckenridge, Minnesota;  and many nieces and nephews.

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  1. Cole Dahlman says:

    Thinking of you and sending many prayers your way. Kelsey was a wonderful co-worker and friend. She will definitely be missed by many.

  2. Mary Hoglund says:

    Fargo ND
    I worked with Kelsey for a number of years, Had many lunch with her she was always a upbeat person and a true pleasure to visit with, a life to short may God’s grace be with your family.

  3. Liz Buethner says:

    With deepest sympathy to Kelsey’s family. I worked with Kelsey for many years and will miss her smiling face each day! You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Karla Stetz Thompson says:

    Barnesville, MN
    Kelsey & I worked together for many years. We shared a love for Snoopy, a hate for squirrels, and shared lots of laughs. I will miss her and I know she’s gonna pull up a chair from heaven now and watch Snoopy with me from there. Rest in peace my friend and to her family: my deepest sympathy for your loss. Karla

  5. Melissa Fraedrich says:

    Enderlin ND
    Kelsey was such a wonderful person and a pleasure to work with. She will be missed dearly by all who knew her. I am sad to see such a beautiful person taken from us so soon. To her family, I pray that God will give you peace during this difficutlt time in your lives.

  6. Rhonda Smith says:

    dickinson ndTo the family and friends of Kelsey. As her co-worker and friend she will be deeply missed.
    Her bright outlook on life and sunshiney attitude always brought out the smile in everyone she touched.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Kelsey I will miss you my friend.
    Rhonda

  7. Cindy Mittlestadt says:

    Anchorage Alaska My deepest sympathies to the family. Kelsey will be remembered as someone who was sprite yet accepting–a classmate in my elementary and secondary years. It was only to be in my adult years that I would grow from Kelsey’s spirit.

    I wish Kelsey great peace in her journey now.

    Kindest regards,

  8. Diane Balster says:

    Fargo ND
    To Harold, Susan and family of Kelsey Sticka – She was such a good friend and I will miss her for a long time to come. We did so many things together and I was lucky to have her move in next door. There will never be another neighbor and friend like her.

    You’ve all been so good with her – thanks for taking care of our Kelsey.

    Love Diane

  9. Jen Richards says:

    I worked with Kelsey for a number of years. She was an amazing person and will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

  10. Lori Wertz says:

    Fargo ND
    I worked with Kelsey here at Upstream/Intelenet and can say she was a wonderful person to work with. She will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family at this time and always. Please know that she is in a better place and will always be watching over you.

    Lori

  11. Van DeLisle says:

    Chicago I never had the pleasure of meeting Kelsey. I only got to talk to her on the phone. But Kelsey was one of the greatest people I’ve ever had the honor and privilege to work with. Smart, witty, funny and always was there if I needed help, even if it wasn’t her record.
    Thank you so much, Kelsey.
    Your pal forever,
    Van

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