Leo Eugene Blotsky, loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend has gone to be with the Lord.

Leo was born on September 28, 1942 to Peter and Mary A. (Bollinger) Blotsky in Raleigh, ND. He graduated from McIntosh High School in 1960. He worked for 4 years in high school for Harold Arnold Bros. Upon graduation, he enlisted in the Army as a Marksman and was honorably discharged on August 7, 1962.

He then moved to Anaconda, MT and worked at the Anaconda Smelter Plant for 13 years. He met his wife, whom he loved dearly, Georgia Ann (Marthaller) Blotsky, whom he married on October 10, 1972. Leo moved his family to Beulah, ND after they shut down the Smelter Plant to work at the Great Plain's Coal Gasification Plant for 20 years, from which he retired. He and Georgia later moved to Fargo, ND to be closer to family.

He enjoyed spending most of his time with his beloved family. His hobbies included playing computer games, soaking up the sun, shooting pool, gambling at the casino, and spending time with his beautiful granddaughter, whom he loved dearly.

He is survived by his wife, Georgia; his son, Leo Blotsky; his daughters Faith Blotsky and Charity (Chad) Lewis; his granddaughter, Brianna; his sisters, Irene (Albert) Bachmeier, Marlene (Henry) Jaszkowiak, Darlene (Don) Sieler, Betty (Alvin) Kraft, Clara (Dick) Goodmanson, Annette (Curtis) Gehering, Cecelia (Blaine) Tishmack, and Vernetta (Jake) Kraft; his brothers Bill (Pat) Blotsky, Charlie (Marla) Blotsky, Gerald Blotsky, David Blotsky, and Jeff Blotsky; in-laws, Adeline Nadeau, Richard (Linda) Marthaller, Betty Marthaller, Alice (Merle) Hill, Dorothy Weber; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Mary A. (Bollinger) Blotsky; his father, Peter Blotsky; his brothers, Melvin Blotsky and Ronnie Blotsky; his in-laws, Viola Linghor, Natalie Peterson, and Kenneth Marthaller; and his grandparents.

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  1. Hi dad, its me again.. Thanks for giving me strength to make it through everything and days ahead of me.. I just wanted to say i miss ya so much and love ya.. The pain in my heart is the worst pain i have had, but its ok dad cause you are in no pain no more.. you looked so peaceful, and it comforts me to know that.. brianna yells grandpa all the time, instead of auntie now its grandpa.. She looks up and waves to her grandpa.. I will take care of mom, so no worries dad.. i want you to just rest, cause thats what you deserve for being the best dad, husband, grandpa and friend ever.. I so miss you dad. chad said to tell ya he looked up to you and will try to take care of me as good as you took care of mom.. well dad, i love you with all my heart and so miss you and want you to know everything will be alright.. love you..

  2. Dear Bill and family,
    I hope the laughter and the tears will get you through this time or sadness –
    May God bless all of you.

  3. ANACONDA mtSo sorry to hear about Leo. He was a good man and a great friend. we will truley miss him… So sorry we can not atend the funeral , but you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Thinking and praying for you all.Love to everyone.

  4. fargo ndHey dad, i miss ya so much.. I know now your in no pain, and you can rest in peace dad.. I love you with all my heart..

  5. Dad I miss you more today then ever. I still can’t believe your gone. My baby is 3 now and she would love u so much. Rip daddy

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