Barbara "Bobbi" WenstadBarbara "Bobbi" Wenstad, 59 of Pisek, ND passed away on April 15, 2011 at her home with her family by her side.
Barbara 'Bobbi' Wenstad, 59 of Pisek, ND passed away on April 15, 2011 at her home with her family by her side.
Bobbi was born on January 28, 1952 in Bottineau, ND the daughter of Oscar and Elberta (Andersen) Wenstad. Bobbi grew up on a farm and completed her senior year at Dunseith High School. She graduated from Lake Region Junior College in 1972 with a diploma in Practical Nursing. Bobbi moved to Beloit, WI in 1973 and worked in a hospital until her return to North Dakota in 1985. She worked at San Haven, ND from 85 to 86. It was during this time she met and married her soul mate Robert Day. They moved to Minto, ND in 1986 and were employed at Grafton Developmental Center. In 2009 they bought a house outside of Pisek.
Bobbi had so much talent, oil painting, leather work, wood work and her favorite was caring for less fortunate animals. Their house was never without animals of a wide variety.
Bobbi is survived by her husband: Robert Day, Pisek, ND; brothers: Arlan (Darlene), Lansford, ND, Don, Overly, ND and Curtis, Rolette, ND; sisters: Connie (Lawrence) Turner, Bossivain, Canada, Deborah Slyter, Dunseith, ND, Donna Wenstad, Amado, AZ and Pam Lane, Dunseith, ND; and many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents.
Their will be a private family memorial service held at Rendahl Cemetery at a later Date.
Arrangements by Stennes Funeral Home, East Grand Forks, Minnesota.
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