Hello loving community!
Holly Quigley-Papke, our beloved, 63 year old, Matriarch, Mama Bear and People Protector, left to join the Ancestors on October 26th, 2021. Holly’s life was taken suddenly by COVID-19 at a medical facility in Rupert, ID, miles from her family in Manteca, CA and her peaceful mountain home in Wallace, ID.
Funds are needed to help cover Holly’s after-life expenses - funeral, burial expenses, care for her Grand-kids, current bills, and other immediate needs as defined by her daughters. Please support Holly’s Daughters as they step into deeper Matriarchal roles in their Mama Bear’s absence by contributing dollars to this effort. While the family grieves, let’s help ease the financial stress. We are trying to raise $(10,000) as quickly as we collectively can. No donation is to little and I know they will be forever grateful.
Thank you for supporting this effort.
More about Holly
Holly was born on November 13,1957 in Biloxi, Mississippi to her loving, Ancestor parents Michael and Marina Quigley. Holly joins her Hubby Rick Papke, her Son Patrick Wayne Wetter and her Daughters Sherry Ann Camden and Melissa Camden in the heavenly afterlife. Holly is survived by her loving Daughters Jeannette, Tiffany and Suzan, her Sisters, Michelle, Sindy and Terry, her Grand-kids Anthony, Gabrielle, Ashley, Bobby Jr, Gabriel, Kamden, Zackery, Jaylin, Alexzander and Wyatt, her Great Grands Michael, Aubrey and Isla, and her many beloved adopted children - so many kids were raised by Holly, it is the reason she was called Mama Bear. Holly is also survived by extended family and dear friends, and a community of Justice Families - people who are connected in solidarity through the trauma of having lost a Loved One to police violence and who demand an end to police murder.
There will be a Celebration of Holly’s Life at P.L. Fry & Son at 290 N. Union Road in Manteca, CA on Monday, November 15, 2021 at 10 am. Shortly following the service, Holly’s body will be laid to rest at St. John’s Catholic Cemetery in nearby Escalon. The family asks that people respectfully mask up and practice COVID protocols when attending.