Bobbi Huseby

bobbi huseby

Bobbi Huseby, age 51, passed away on Tuesday, May 4, 2010 at her home in Fargo surrounded by her family and under the care of Hospice of the Red River Valley.

Bobbi L. Huseby was born on November 5, 1958, in Moorhead, MN, the daughter of Robert and Deloris (Hagen) Quenette. She grew up in Fargo and attended school graduating from Fargo South High. She also attended college at NDSSS in Wahpeton, ND.  Bobbi was united in marriage to Randall Huseby on October 21, 1978, at Pontoppidan Lutheran Church in Fargo.

Bobbi lived in Grand Forks until 1982 when she moved to Fargo.  In Fargo she worked at SuperValu Warehouse for 12 ½ years.  In 2005 she began working at Sysco Corp as a Customer Service Representative.  Bobbi was forced to retire from working in August of 2009 due to health concerns.  She loved quilting, sewing, fishing, and spending time with her family and friends.

Bobbi is survived by her children, Amy Lynn Huseby of Fargo; Nathan Jay (Amber) Huseby of West Fargo; her parents, Deloris Quenette of Fargo; and Robert (Jan Stuverud) Quenette of Fargo; her siblings, Terry Quenette of Ramona, CA; Kerry (Sandy) Quenette of Black Hawk, SD; and her very best friend, Chuck Risch of Hawley, MN.

Bobbi was preceded in death by her brother, Jerry Quenette; her uncle, Duane "Butch"  Quenette and her grandmother, Ardelle Belich.

Memorial Service:  2PM Saturday at First Assembly of God Church, 3401 25th St S, Fargo, ND

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  1. Fargo ND
    I knew Bobbi when I was very young – my mom and her were friends. Amy and Nathan – I cant imagine the pain that is crushing your heart right now. My thoughts and prayers are with you and hope that God helps you to find the strength that you are going to need to get through this hard time. I could say that she is in a better place and no longer in pain, but that doesnt fix anything. Just know that your mom was a great person (my mom always tells me stories about her 🙂 ) and loved by many. Hold onto the memories with all of your heart. God Bless you and your family.

  2. Fargo ND
    Our most sincere condolences on your loss. Bobbi was always such a pleasure to see – what a fantastic personality! She will be so missed by all.

  3. Fargo No Dak.My condolance to the entire family. I hadn’t seen Bobbi Lynn in many years, but she was a neigber next door to us and hung aroung with my younger sister Jackie. Keeping all of you in my prays.


  5. Fargo ND
    “Bobbi Q” as we called her back in high school was one of the most competitive, hard-working, fun-loving, risk-taking and supportive teammate you could find. I had the pleasure (and sometimes frustrating 🙂 times being her South High Bruins track coach! Her positive outlook on life, willingness to help others and spirit of friendship made those around her enjoy and engage each day to the fullest! We are all better people for having had her touch our lives! Years later we had the opportunity to re-connect at several middle school functions (where her children attended school) and she was, in her words, ” still Bobbi Q – just with stretchmarks”! My prayer is that your sorrow will be lightened as you remember the great times and good memories of Bobbi, knowing she has brightened the doorway to heaven. May God enfold you in his comfort and love as you place Bobbi into the loving arms of Jesus, her Savior. Blessed be the memory of Bobbi, a child of God, who was my friend.

  6. West Fargo ND
    To Bobbi’s Family:

    Bobbi was my customer service contact for several years while she worked at Sysco, she always had a caring and fun loving attitude and to this day I still pick up the phone to ask a question and think about her. Bobbi will always be in my thoughts and prayers.


    Chris Serio

  7. Bismarck ND
    My condolances to the entire family. I hadn’t seen Bobbie-Lynn in many years but I sure had a great time and great memories going to school and growing up with Bobbi, Kerrry and Sandy.

  8. Fargo ND
    You fought a hard battle Bobbi. The turnout at your benefit showed that you will be missed by many. I love the memories at South High pool. God bless your children. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. Char

  9. Brookings SDBlessed be the memory of Bobbi. I knew Bobbi as a co-worker at Super Valu. I have been away for awhile and only not too long ago learned of her illness. My thoughts and prayers have been for her and her family. Bobbi was a delight and will be among the good time memories of Super Valu days. We lost a few too many too young from a family of Super Valu employees over the years. Peace to each and everyone.

  10. Alhambra CABobbi was truly one of the nicest most down to earth and true friends I’ve ever met. I met her through other friends on the CB radio in the 70’s. I remember going to the fryin pan on main avenue with her and Carmen. I remember when her and Randy lived near the dike. After not seeing her for a while, fate brought us to work together at SuperValu. She was the type of friend that if you hadn’t seen her in years, you could walk up to her and start talking like it had only been minutes. She just made a person feel good and had the biggest heart ever. I am truly blessed for having had her in my life. Goodbye KAVX-1206.

  11. Dilworth Minnesota
    Bobbi will always have a special place in our hearts. Her faith spoke volumes to us. I worked with Bobbi at Super Valu and she was an instrumental part of our wedding in 1995. Keep her memory alive. Love and Prayers, Sue & Howdy

  12. Fargo ND
    I’m a classmate of Bobbi’s and send my sincere condolences to your family. I attended her great fund raiser at the Teamsters and met her kids then. I also went to lunch about three weeks ago with Bobbi and two other class mates. What a joy to have that time to visit. Your wonderful memories of Bobbi will help you through this difficult time. She was a hoot and her great attitude got her through this and will help you also. I’m out of state this Saturday and will not be able to attend her memorial service. Take care, Marlene Mix

  13. East Dubuque ILDear ones,

    During this sad time with the loss of Bobbi, know she is loved and will be always remembered with a smile and deep affection. Keeping all of you in prayerful support.

    Much love,


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