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.. Margaret Ann “Margie” Bushaw . , Margaret Ann .“Margie” Bushaw was born-Tn Langdon,'ND, February 10, 1949,10 William and Theresa (Paschke)..Bushaw and was reunited withi'themin eternity at her passing oane‘ptcmber 15; 2021. She grew up in Theme, ND, attending Russell TownshipSCliool through 6th grade whenthetownship school closed and she 'transferreduto Rolette Public After _, ” aduatio‘n, from Rolette High School “inf-14967,; Margie at— tended, junior-hoollege in Bottineau, earning anIAssociatefs Degree in Ac- counting. She w, ‘ employed at the Rolette. Genetyi'A‘SCS' Office in Rolls". She Graber ing'AuguStleoSlir'Ihe‘y had four chil- dren: Joseph Devil, Janel Marie, Keri Ann and-"Matthew Sherman. These four children'were Margie’s reason for living and her, pride and joy there was nothing in this world more t0 jg; . I AS,th family grew with the ar- rival fof her grandchildren, Margie extended her love and guidance to them; also. and proudly shared their antics accdmplishments. For many years Margie worked tirelessly. on the family farm, where she was responsible for milking cows every morning and every night (often enlisting help from the kids), while also making meals for the farm work- ers and family, running to town for parts, and managing all aspects of the fannbusiness. She later held a vari- ety of positions in Rolla and Rolette. In her retirement, Margie enjoyed cooking and baking for friends and family, attending daily Mass, getting together for coffee Or lunch with her many friends, and the occasional trip to play Bingo or to the casino. She was thebest friend, Mom and sister, generous with her time, talent, treas- ure and always-practical advice (“It is what -it is”), If you were in need, Margiewouldwillingly share what— eVer she had and she was stub- bornly determined that you would take it. ‘ Status and stuff weren’t important . to Margie — People were. Left with their many wonderful memories are her children Joe (Melissa) Graber, Janel (Jerry) Ander- ' son, Keri Ann Berg (Darren Pollman), and Matthew Graber and grandchil- dren Brendan and Haley Berg, Tanner Anderson, Ivy and Levi Graber all of Rolette; sisters Skip Schlenk (Jay Griffin) of Nixa, MO, and Terri (Paul) Clark of Grand Forks; sister-in-law, Joyce Bushaw of Cypress, TX, brother—in-law, Roger (Diane) Heilo'I‘ man of West Fargo, and former son- in-law, Don Berg of Rolette. In addition to her parents, Margie was preceded in death by her brother, John, sister, Marie Heilman and brother—in-law, Bob Schlenk. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Church at 10 am. Thursday, October 7, at Sacred Heart Church in Rolette, with a Vigil service at 7 pm. on the Wednesday, Ocotber‘, 6, also at the church. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery, rural Rolette. Gilbertson Funeral Home ofDev- ils Lake is in charge of arrangements. Teresa DelOrme Teresa Delorme, age. 7 1 , Rolla, ND, passed away on Wednesday, a December 1i, 1949, in Belcourt, ,' to Lawrence and Emma (Malaterre) Bruce. ,She was raised in Belcourt and completedfher education there as well, graduating from Belcourt High School.‘ , , . g Teresa furthered her education at UND, in Grand Forks obtaining a Masters and Doctorate degree. .‘ Teresa was united in marriage to Ronald Delorme on August 15, 1975 in Rolla. She-was the proud mother of seven children, Dawn, Keith, Jackie, Kenneth, Kristin, and two step-sons, Ronald Jr.’ and Anthony. V Teresa wasa principal and direc- tor of education in Bismarck and at the TMCC in Belcourt. She used to waithby‘t'he buses to give the kids hugs asthey got off of the bus. Teresa always helped out the less fortunate children, she loved all of her students. She loved to spend time ‘with her family members, especially her grandchildren. She enjoyed trav— eling to visit her family and friends as well. I ' Teresa liked playing guitar, going to the casino, traveling to Las Vegas on occasion, and going to see new places. I v p Teresa will be lovingly remem- bered and greatly missed by her fam- ily members and many friends. . Teresa is survived by her husband, Ronald Delorme of Rolla; children, Dawn (Darla) Bruce of Bismarck, Keith (Sherri) Delorme of Belcourt, Kenneth (Tina) Delorme of Grand Forks, Kristin (Alisha) Bruce of Grand Forks, and stepsons, Ronald Jr. (Sheila) Delorme of St. Cloud, MN and Anthony (Elaine) Delorme of Maddock; 14 grandchildren; Demi Delorme and many more great- grandchildren; siblings, MaryAnne, Ronald, Donald, John, Francis, and Patti; and many nieces and nephews. Teresa was preceded in death by her parents, daughter, Jackie, and sib- lings, Gary; Caroline, Richard, and twins. AMemorial Mass was held on Sat— urday, October 2, 2021, St. John the Baptist Church, St. John, ND, with a Rosary Service prior to the funeral Mass. Father Richard Fineo presided. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, was in charge of arrangements. Mary Day . Mary Day, age 62, of Belcourt, ND, passed awayon Friday, Septem- ber 17,2021, at her heme. Mary Jane Day was born on Janu: ary‘ 6, 1959, at‘ho‘rne near Belcourt, to George and Stella (LaFountain) Day. She was raised in Belcourt and completed her education there as Well; graduating from Belcourt Schools. 1 Mary furthered her education at UND in Grand Forks for a short time. She was a wonderful homemaker throughout the years. '. a, Mary- enjoyed cooking and quilt- ing. She also liked the Outdoors gar— caning, planting flowers, and going for‘walks. ‘ , Mary will be lovingly remem- greatly missed. ", ; Marygis survived by her siblings, Senena Lenaz of New Jersey, Robert Day cfPisek, GeOrge Day Jr. of Min- neapolis, MN, Tina Day of Belcourt, and Doris Vivier of Belcourt; and many nieces and nephews. Mary was preceded in death by her parents and siblings, Bernice Day, Ronald Day, and Fred Day. Private family services are being held. Elick Funeral Home, Rolla, ND, is in charge of arrangements. Rolette Homecoming 2021 It was fun and games on Friday for students and staff of Rolette School as Homecoming 2021 festivities hit high gear. Above: North Prairie Head Coach and Rolette teacher Josh Keller showed everyone how to use their head to win. Below: Brett Tastad had a dizzying experience during a game. At' right: Grenier was more than happy to take part in the battle ball game. The Star O " 00‘ " A .. .- I. 0 0.. a. «0‘0 " Public Health Punm l’mium l‘Imml Rolette County Public Hollth Diutribl September 27, 2021 .v-