Georgia Blotsky

georgia blotsky
Georgia A. Blotsky, 68, Fargo passed away Monday, February 4, 2019 at her home due to natural causes after fighting with her health conditions for many years. She was born July 25, 1950 in Anaconda, MT to Casper and Theresa (Olheiser) Marthaller. She attended school in Anaconda before going to work at Warm Springs. She married Leo Blotsky on October 10, 1972. She moved with her family to Beulah, ND where she lived for many years until moving to Fargo in 2008. She loved spending time with her grandchildren who were the world to her. She also enjoyed knitting, playing on her iPad, watching Hallmark channel and working out when she was able to. After being diagnosed with lung cancer in the early 90’s she had her lung removed and was given 5-10 years to live. She lived almost 26 years and even surprised her doctors. She was the definition of a fighter and was the strongest woman that many people had the privilege of knowing. She lived life showing love to anyone she met, putting them first before herself and will be missed by many. She is survived by her son, Leo Blotsky; her daughters Faith Blotsky and Charity (Chad) Lewis; her granddaughters, Brianna and Ariana; sisters, Betty Marthaller and Dorothy Weber; brother, Richard (Linda) Marthaller; her sisters-in-law, Irene Bachmeier, Marlene (Henry) Jaszkowiak, Darlene (Don) Sieler, Betty (Alvin) Kraft, Clara (Dick) Goodmanson, Annette (Curtis) Gehering, Cecelia (Blaine) Tishmack, and Vernetta (Jake) Kraft; her brothers-in-law, Bill (Pat) Blotsky, Charlie (Marla) Blotsky and Jeff Blotsky. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband Leo in 2010; sisters, Adeline Nadeau, Natalie Peterson, Viola Linghor, Alice Hill; brother, Kenneth Marthaller; brothers-in-law, Gerald Blotsky, David Blotsky, Melvin Blotsky and Ronnie “Ronald” Blotsky.

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  1. Mom my best friend I miss you more then you will ever know. You were the best mom anyone could have and we all miss you. Thank you for fighting all the times. Your in no more pain now. ❤️❤️❤️Charity

  2. Heaven gained another sweet Angel, I’ll always Love you Mom, until we meet again in beautiful Heaven
    Love You, Your son Leo

  3. So sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. I never met her but she sounded like a wonderful lady. Sending prayers and if you need anything or just need to talk I’m here. (((Hugs)))

  4. Mom…. I could not even put into words what you mean to me and Brianna! So all I need to say is…. Breathe easy… And now you are an angel in Heaven! Love you!!

  5. Dearest Georgia, May you rest in peace. We have such good memories of our time in ND with you and Leo. So blessed to call you friend… Much love, Greg and Marilyn

  6. My Aunt Georgia was a beckon of light to those who knew her. I spent a lot of time with her and my Uncle Leo when I was growing up. She will be missed my so many people who loved her. I love you Aunt Georgia.

  7. Georgia your were one of the sweetest persons I knew. You were a wonderful sister, daughter, wife, mother and grandmother. To know and love you was a blessing and the greatest pleasure one could experience.
    Breath with ease and walk the beautiful gardens of heaven where one day we will share together.
    Now you’re angel that can Rest In Peace. Love you now and always!!

  8. I’m so sorry to hear of Georgia’s passing. I know how much she meant to her family . I will never forget how Georgia always had a kind word and a warm smile regardless of how much time may have passed since last seeing her. I have no doubt she will be watching over her loved ones until they can all be together again. Rest In Peace Georgia. You definitely have earned it.

  9. Sorry I’m not going to make it to funeral tomorrow. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs. Take Care! 🙏

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