Charlotte Andolsek Vosberg born 1937 in Helena, MT has passed away peacefully in her home on April 5, 2019. She has returned to her Heavenly Father. She was born to Luddie Andolsek & Marjorie Leonard on February 11, 1937 In Helena MT.
Charlotte is survived by her brother Robert Andolsek & wife Pam Leesburg FL, Sister in law Florence Gurney of Kirkland WA, Nieces Cheri (Andolsek) Gurney of Kirkland WA, Lori (Andolsek) Manzella & husband Tom of Eagan MN, Christy Smith and husband Jeff of CO. Nephew Michael Andolsek & wife Trena of Riverton UT.
The family moved to Southern CA where she met Henry (Hank) Vosberg at a rental equipment company where she worked in the office & Hank worked on the yard crew. They married & moved back to MT where she stayed for good.
She worked at Anderson ZurMuehlen C.P.A. of Helena for 23 years until she retired early at the age of 53. Charlotte enjoyed her job and was treated very well by her employer. She took care of her husband Hank until he passed away December 11, 1987. Charlotte was very caring, loving and enjoyed to entertain when relatives would come in town for family gatherings.
She enjoyed going to the family cabin for gatherings playing cards, darts, fishing and cooking. Her animals were a big part of her and she loved them dearly. Charlotte was very active in participating in St Mary’s church activities, enjoyed bringing food to them & to people in need. She had a group of friends that would go to brunch on a weekly basis for years.
A special thanks for Jeanine Thornock and her daughter Alexis who were a special blessing for Charlotte in her later days of sickness. They were great friends and took care of her needs, a comforter and would bring her dog Benji to see her when she was in the care center.
A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 12:10 p.m. Wednesday, April 17th at St Mary's Catholic Community, 1700 Missoula Ave in Helena. Burial will follow the service at St. Ann's Cemetery in East Helena. Please visit www.aswfuneralhome.com to offer a condolence to the family or to share a memory of Charlotte.