Olesya Biddiscombe

August 14, 1977April 8, 2020

My heart is saddened and grieving due to the unexpected passing of my beloved wife, Olesya. She was born on August 14, 1977 and went to be with the Lord on April 8, 2020.

Olesya will be remembered by all who knew her, for her loving spirit and her incredible beauty both inside and out! She loved the Lord and had a very strong Christian faith. She cared deeply for our children and grand children.

Olesya greatly enjoyed receiving and growing flowers. I loved seeing her face light up with each bouquet she received and how much joy she had designing her flower boxes so that they were just right! Olesya also loved to travel and together we created many wonderful memories all around the world. One of her favorite summer activities was bike riding the Cannon Valley bike trail, especially if almond joy ice cream was involved. I know the people who were close to her would describe her as a very loyal, trusted and loved friend!

Our memories of her will be forever cherished! She was an amazing, passionate, loving, devoted wife and my best friend! I am truly grateful for the time we had together! Baby, I miss you so much!!!

The family requests in lieu of flowers that memorial contributions be made in Olesya's memory to People Serving People or your local chapter of Meals on Wheels.


  • Celebration of Life

    Saturday, October 17, 2020


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Callie Piumbroeck

May 12, 2020

Thank you for loving Dad so greatly. Thank you for thoughtfully caring for my children, for playing with them, for reading to them and for letting them snuggle your fuzzy coats! I remember my daughter's first time walking around in high heels - yours! Thank you for giving her a fabulous first birthday party (one of my favorite times we've shared together). So glad you were able to hold my son the day he was born. Thank you for all the wonderful Thanksgiving and Christmas memories. You really knew how to celebrate! We will miss you ❤️

Alla Dupont

May 9, 2020

My dearest friend Olessya. We missed you a lot. You was an amazing,passionate ,loyal,trusted and loved friend. You was my first friend since we are came to United states and lots of help was from you. My children was love you and still call you aunt Olessya even my son is 33 years old. Its so funny but when we met you you was married and Angelica was 1 years old that's why kids call you aunt. My daughter was 6 and son was 10 was best friend to my kids. My son who is 33 now can't believe that you gone forever and his heart is crying. My son was a the time with Angelica and he was care a lot of her like a another sister. Was really grateful time we spend together since 1995. Olessya Olessya Olessya how much I missed you and your memories will with us all the time Alla, Eugene,Yana and Allen

Alla Dupont

May 9, 2020

Christina Davis

April 30, 2020

Olesya was a wonderful friend. I remember after she had surgery taking over dinner & we talked for a long time. She invited me out with her Russian friends to dinner which was so nice. I wish we could of reconnected before I moved to the East Coast. I will always have fond memories of her. You are with the Lord in Peace.

Mark and Nancy Nelson

April 27, 2020

Dear Dave,
Both Mark and I were so sorry to hear of your wife’s passing. I remember fondly your proposal in Paris. How you planned for that perfectly moment.
Both our hearts and prayers are with you . It won’t be easy, but hang onto those moments and hold them in your heart.

Yuri Belko

April 26, 2020


I thank God for the time he had given us together. In these last few years we spent most our time on the phone, always thought we would see each other more in our later years. How truly precious life is. “How do you know what your life will be like tomorrow? Your life is like the morning fog—it’s here a little while, then it’s gone.” ‭‭James‬ ‭4:14‬ ‭. You are loved, missed and will always be in our memories.
Until we meet again

Yuri & Oksana Belko

Sheila Salzsiedler

April 25, 2020

Sweet O! Your smile lit up the room and I will never forget your laughter! I miss you already. 💔

Nick Weibel

April 24, 2020

Olesya was a beautiful lady inside and out, and I am very grateful to have known her. I absolutely loved dogsitting her maltese mix Oliver over the years. I'm so glad we both shared our love for dogs. She will be dearly missed.

Molly Weibel

April 24, 2020

Olesya was confident , beautiful and loyal friend. I know she loved the Lord and is among the angels. My heart is heavy for her family for I know how much she was loved!

john mittelsteadt

April 24, 2020

Olesya and I worked across from one another for many years. She had a keen eye for beauty. Her husband, Dave, loved her very much.


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