Rochelle Betsch

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Rochelle's Live Streamed Funeral Mass can be viewed below starting at 10:45 AM today (we are reliant on the churches wi-fi connection for signal. If something happens to that signal, the funeral is being recorded and will be uploaded shortly after the service:
Rochelle's Live Streamed Prayer Service can be viewed below:
Rochelle Ann Betsch, age 49, of Lake Wylie, SC, passed away on January 13, 2022 at Atrium Health Pineville in Charlotte, NC. She was surrounded by her family at the time of her passing. Rochelle was born on July 4, 1972 in Fargo, ND to Charles Lenz and Mary(Davis) Lenz. She attended Kindred Public School through High School. Rochelle married David Betsch on June 29, 1996 at St. Benedict’s Catholic Church in Horace, ND. Rochelle lived in Walcott, ND through high school and upon graduating high school she attended the University of North Dakota. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from UND, then went on to earn a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Missouri Columbia. Rochelle was employed by the State of Minnesota and the State of Virginia through many years until a medical condition caused her to be on disability. Rochelle is survived by her husband David Betsch, of Lake Wylie, SC; daughter, Abigail Mae Betsch; parents, Charles and Mary Lenz of Walcott, ND; father and mother-in-laws, David and Sandy Betsch; brothers-in-law, Jonathan (Emily) Betsch; Christopher (Erika) Betsch; nieces, Lila and Madalyn and many other nieces, nephews, cousins and countless other friends. Rochelle's Video Tribute can be viewed below:

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  1. So sorry for your loss! May all the memories of her wipe the tears from your eyes and bring a smile to your face.
    My deepest sympathy
    Mark & Joni Knowlen family

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss. I was a classmate & long ago, a CCD buddy of Rochelle’s. Her kindhearted and generous spirit will be missed in this world. She always seemed so positive with her health issues, even on her hard days. I will miss her sense of humor. It was easy to see how much she loved her family. You are in my thoughts.

  3. I am so sorry for your loss. Rochelle and I were friends in high school and she has such a sweet honest heart. My prayers go to your family as you mourn.

  4. Mary and Charles, my sympathies for the lose of your daughter. She was in our son Matthew’s class and I remember you well from your kidney transplant. Have not seen you for a while. Hope you Are well.

  5. Dave and Abby, we are so sorry to hear of Rochelle’s passings. She was such a wonderful person and I know that I am a better person for knowing her. I will never forget her glowing smile, kindness, generosity, and most of all, her love. Our hearts go out to you and the family. We are sending all our love and extra prayers.

  6. Dave, Abby, and Rochelle’s family – I am so saddened to read of Rochelle’s passing. My sympathies to all of you as you gather to celebrate her special life. We were roommates our first semester at UND. We shared countless laughs and I am thrilled we have stayed connected through the years. Rochelle had the kindest, most compassionate heart. She was always a bright light and a sparkler (and not just because she was an Independence Day baby). You have all been and will continue to be in my prayers.

  7. I am so sorry for your loss. Rochelle and I were best friends in Jr high when I lived in the country by Walcott. She was a great friend and her and I just reunited recently on Facebook. She was a kind and loving soul and will be missed greatly. Prayers to you all.

  8. Charlie, Mary, Dave and Abby,

    We are sadden to hear the news of Rochelle. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. We hope that your faith and memories get you through the difficult days. We have always looked forward to Rochelle’s Christmas letters, they were the best!

  9. Dear Charlie, Mary, Dave, and Abby

    My deepest sympathies to all of you during this very difficult time
    My Your memories of Rochelle be forever in your hearts and help you through those times
    RIP Rochelle❣️

    Sheila Grumbo

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