January 2, 1932 – January 5, 2021
Olga Englot was born in Paddock wood Saskatchewan. She was the oldest of 10 siblings. Sisters Joan, Ruby, Pat and Iris and brothers Stan, Dan, Bill, Jim and Jack. Their parents used to say they had a baseball team and a spare. She moved with her family to the Fraser valley in BC around 1942-43. She married Theodore Edward Englot, later separated (deceased) and they together had 5 children. Audrey, Michael, Richard, Barbara, Leesa Olga loved Fishing, Dancing, growing flowers and the outdoors, but her biggest love of all was her 8 grandchildren Todd, Daryll, Bubbi, Mike Jr., Robert, Tayadora, Vicki and Jeffrey who intern gave her lots of great grandchildren. Lucas, Willow, Brandon, Kylie, Theo, Timothy, Chelsea, Madison, Makenna, Xander and Alivia. She was very much an active part of most of their lives and regular sleepovers were a main part of it. She even Looked after a few of them on a regular basis for some time. In her 89 years She was even lucky enough to be blessed with some great, great grandchildren. Ryder, Logan, Steven, Emma and Arthur. Nothing made her happier than to have her grandkids around to spend time laughing playing and just having fun with them. She had many cherished nephews and nieces too. Just a phone call from them would make her smile. Throughout her life she held many jobs. She worked in a launder matt, spent time as a janitor, picked many a berry in her life and then spent 23 years working at a nursery in Aldergrove. There she did everything from cuttings, potting plants , weeding, tree planting and even making deliveries. Once retired, she moved to Armstrong BC to be closer to her sister Joan and reunite with other family members and friends. She loved her 11 years in Armstrong. She spent lots of time attending the music jams at the Armstrong Legion, tapping her toes and singing to the music and making many lasting good friends. Due to health reasons she then moved to Merritt BC in 2014 to be a bit closer to her youngest daughter Leesa. Together they had many fishing trips, camping trips, road trips, scenic drives and family dinners. It is sad to see her go but gives us great relief that she does not suffer anymore. She will be missed dearly, never forgotten and carried always in the hearts of all who’s lives she touched. We ask that you please share your stories and memories with us. we will be having a celebration of life in the summer DTBA. If you are interested in attending contact email@example.com to be included on the list.
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