Tommie J. Olson

August 10, 1955March 27, 2018

Tommie J. Olson passed from our hands into God's loving arms on March 27, 2018 leaving behind a legacy of love for his family to cherish.

Husband, best friend, greatest support, biggest comfort, strongest motivation, truest smile, deepest love of Zofia (nee Niemiec); greatest loving daddy of Daiana Niemiec and Kalen Olson; dear brother of Bob Olson; fond nephew of Norma Jean (the late Carl) Huling; loving cousin of Susan Huling, Sandra Crawford and Max Huling; beloved brother-in-law and uncle to many in Poland and in the U.S; Proud U.S. Army Veteran and employee of 34yrs of USDA. A memorial Mass will be held Saturday April 7th, 10:45am at St. Michael Church 14327 Highland Avenue Orland Park, IL. Interment will follow at Good Shepherd Cemetery.

May He Rest In Peace


  • Memorial Mass Saturday, April 7, 2018
  • Interment Saturday, April 7, 2018

Tommie J. Olson

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Dawn Merritt

March 30, 2018

I am so sorry for your families loss. Every time I spoke with Tommie, he was so kind and considerate. Hold tight to the memories of good times as they will carry you through these darker days. My prayers are with you in these difficult times.

George Piontek

March 29, 2018

I was so shocked and saddened by Tom's passing. He was a great friend. I will always keep him in my prayers.
So sorry for your loss.
George and Diane Piontek
Homer Glen, IL

Michael Nash

March 28, 2018

Zofia, I remember working with Tommie at Cargill. He was always cheerful and fun-loving. I could always count on him to have a joke at the ready. My condolences to you and your family. Dr. Nash

Karen Sommer

March 27, 2018

So sorry to hear about the loss of Tommie. I enjoyed working with him at the Des Moines District Office. When I first started he sat right outside my office and it was so nice to see his smiling face in the mornings. His face would light up when he spoke about you and your daughter. You were the light of his world and brought him much happiness and love.
Keeping you and your family in my prayers.
Karen Sommer

Andrew King

March 27, 2018

I knew Tommy for a short time at Hormel. But I got to know him, and realized that he was a good strong soul I enjoyed talking to him. He will be missed, and I am so sorry for your loss. :(