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Condolences for Stanley E. "Farm" Olson


Stanley was a veru special cousin. It was cleary too soon to lose such a talented mechanic and giving person. My sypathies to all of the sisters, and extended family. Cindy "Feil" Arnevik
From Cindy Feil Arnevik

When I heard the news through the grapevine I thought surely there must be another Stanley Olson. Here we are cousins but we hardly new each other. It's good to here you were so well liked in your community. May you find peace.
From Roger Olson

I was very shocked about Stanley passing. My family and I to send our sympathy and condolences to you all from your cousin. I always remember when your Uncle Rudy would tell me all about your family he was always cheerful about telling me about you all. He was always proud to tell me about Stanley how he had made a good job by helping all the farmers with their repairs on the farms. It is hard to realize why he at such young age was called home to heaven but only the good Lord can answer that. Always remember all the good times and memories you have and this will be a blessing to you all. May the good Lord keep you all in his good grace and our prayers are with you all. Your cousin
From Wayne Ranzenberger

Condolences to Stan's Family, Stan was the kind of man we all wish to be. No better friend could ever be found.It was always a joy when his truck came down the driveway to visit and to work with Stan. HE will be missed by all of us! It was an honor to be his friend. Till we meet again Stan may God hold you in the palm of his hand. Karl
From Sylling Family

We were sorry to hear about Stanley. He welded my rake many times. Im glad he was in the family. He will be missed.
From Dennis and Annette Holte

Our sympathy to the entire Olson Family. Stanley was a wonderful friend of our family. Not only as a repairman, but as a life long neighbor who no matter how busy he was had time to visit on the tailgate of his truck. The entire farming community is going to miss him whether it be on the farm or in Eitzen at the 4th of July welding on the deby cars or the combines. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
From The Amundson Family

Sharon/Don - Extending thoughts of sympathy to you during this time....
From Dave & Wilma

Farmer, it was so hard to hear of your passing! It was always nice to chat with you when you handed us our bulletin, and when you were out to the farm as well. Easter breakfast will be a little tearful this year without you. You, our friend, are very missed.
From Richard Klinski Family