November 6, 1928 ~ May 19, 2022
Mary Josephine Roholt was born November 6th, 1928 to Fred and Clara (Bye) Enger on the family farm in rural Hatton, ND.
After high school graduation in 1946, Mary began working at the old Union Hospital in Mayville, ND. She later met H.C. Bill Roholt and they married in 1951.Together they had 2 sons.
In 1968 they moved to Fargo, ND and she worked at the Fargo Nursing Home. In 1971 they returned to Mayville and she worked for a few more years at the hospital while raising a family.
They divided their time between Mayville, the lake, and eventually Arizona.
In 2021 she moved to Fargo and remained there until some health issues brought her back to Mayville for the remainder of her life. She passed peacefully May 19th.
Mary is survived by her 2 sons William and Michael, Mayville; 2 grandchildren Jesse and Nikki, Arizona; 2 sisters Monica Anderson, Mayville; and Donna Gramstad, St. Paul, several nieces and nephews, and many close friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, 3 brothers, Douglas, Clark and Fred Enger Jr., one sister, Dorothy Enger, 4 sisters-in-law, 2 brothers-in-law, 5 nephews and 1 niece.
Mary was an outgoing person who enjoyed people, her daily walks and meditation, going to church, entertaining, her bridge clubs, knitting, golfing (especially in the winter), the holidays wherever they were, and entertaining the grandchildren in Arizona while they were growing up.
Special thanks to all those who helped care for her the last couple years, she thoroughly appreciated everything. Blessed be the memory of Mary J. Roholt
Condolences and memorials may be sent to the funeral home to be forwarded on to the family.
So sorry to hear about Mary passing. She was always such a kind and fun person.
So sorry to hear of Mary’s passing thoughts and prayers to all.
So sorry to hear of Mary’s passing. We have so many memories of times spent with both your parents. God Bless her memory as we hold her close in our heart.
So sorry for your loss. I enjoyed meeting Mary many times over the years while we were both out walking. She was inspiring to me and my prayers are with her family.
So sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.