OBITUARY

Marilyn A. Olson

February 13, 1936September 7, 2019

Marilyn Ann Olson was born to Frank and Vyonnie Fintzel on February 13, 1936, in Madison, South Dakota. She passed away on Sept 7, 2019 in Melbourne, Florida after a long illness.

She married Richard Olson on Dec 26, 1954 in Sioux Falls, S.D. They were High School sweethearts who wanted to travel. He was a career Army man and together they traveled the world with assignments in Paris, Malta, Virginia (Pentagon several tours,) Hawaii, Maryland, Germany, Georgia and finally retiring in 1980 to Palm Bay, Florida after 26 years. They enjoyed traveling for several years before Dick’s passing in November, 1991. Marilyn worked 30 years with Civil Service before retiring in 1995.

Her second husband was Lowell Pettett that she shared the last 20 years traveling thru Europe and the United States They both had a passion for the Casino’s and the adventures that they shared.

She is survived by her daughter, Sandy Olson of Clayton, NC. David Olson, son and his wife Traci and their daughter Devyn Olson of Springboro, Ohio. Granddaughter Ashley Olson Tompkins and her husband Nathan and her great grandson Braydon from Greenfield, Indiana. Granddaughter Magen Olson and her fiancé Charles Walker. Her husband, Lowell Pettet and his children Lynn Legman, Bryan Pettett, and Melissa Lambert.

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Demi Pettett

September 11, 2019

16 years ago you welcomed me into the family. I will never forget the love, laughter, tears and long talks we had. Thank you for loving me. Jeremiah always looked forward to going to Grandma and Grandpa's house. I'll never forget the day you laughed so hard at Jeremiah when he went for a swim in the pool. He was horrified of the big blue scary pool cleaner . We love you. I'm so glad we got a chance to speak to you and tell you we love you. Words will never Express what you truly meant to us. Thank you Lord for letting us borrow her for awhile. S.I.P
Love Always and Forever
Bryan, Demi and Jeremiah Pettett.
Playing Bridge will never be the same without you!
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