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Olga M Conte Bottarini
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Birth: Jul. 1, 1926
San Francisco
San Francisco County
California, USA
Death: Mar. 15, 2012
Grass Valley
Nevada County
California, USA

Olga Bottarini, 85, died on March 15th, 2012 in Grass Valley. Olga was born July 1, 1926 in San Francisco, California to Fausto Conte and Caterina (Cadona) Conte. She married her childhood sweetheart, Ambrose Bottarini, on June 7, 1947. They raised three daughters while living in San Francisco.

Olga was a stay-at-home mom and very active in her church (Epiphany Parish) and daughters' activities. She was a volunteer at Seton Hospital for many years. In 1987, after Ambrose retired, they moved to Sonoma. Olga continued her volunteer work at the Church Mouse and was also a pink lady at Sonoma Hospital. Ambrose died in 1992, but Olga remained in Sonoma, residing there for almost 20 years. She moved to Grass Valley (Eskaton) in 2005 after an illness to be closer to one of her daughters. Our Mom got psoriatic arthritis in her late 30s and was also a breast cancer survivor. In spite of living in daily pain, she never wavered in her care of her family. She was generous and giving and she'll always be missed.
Family links: 
  Fausto Conte (1893 - 1969)
  Caterina Canova Conte (1892 - 1982)
  Ambrose Joseph Bottarini (1926 - 1992)
Italian Cemetery
San Mateo County
California, USA
Plot: 4B
Created by: Mark Utley
Record added: Mar 17, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86900805
Olga M <i>Conte</i> Bottarini
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Olga M <i>Conte</i> Bottarini
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