Sorry for your loss. I spend some time with Ken and Collete when I was growing up. Happy times and good memories.
Bill, We were very saddened to learn that your mom has passed. She always had a very special place in my heart as my stand-in mom. I also remember how great it was to see you at my mom's funeral and I wish I could reciprocate. God bless, Gloria & Gerry
Hugs and sincere sympathy to all the family. Your Mom was a wonderful friend and neighbor.
Bill, Bob,Wendy and Families:
Sending our Sincere Condolences to you all.
Will never forget your Mom’s bright smile!
Bill, Bob and Wendy. Our most sincere condolences on the passing of your mom. Her smile and laugh will always be one of my most favorite memories of her. May your memories be a comfort to you at this time.
Wendy, Dale and family
Sorry to hear of your loss. Your Mom was a very special lady and we are happy to have known her.
Sincere condolences to all of Colette's children and grandchildren. We will remember her great sense of humor. So glad she was able to attend the school reunion in 2017.
Sad to hear of Colette's passing. Our condolences to her family. She was a special lady to our family, especially Violet's family Shannon, Gerald, Bradley and her Godson Shane Fox who died in 2008. Eleanor and Arnie Weber. Edmonton.
Our deepest sympathies to you and your family in the loss of your mom. She was a lovely lady.
Deepest sympathy to the Olson family. Collette will be greatly missed.
HAPPY TRAILS TO YOU AUNTIE COLETTE!!
Sooo many great memories of you and Uncle Ken!!
How blessed you...and ALL your family and friends were...to have 92Years here on earth!!
GOD BLESS 🙏✝️❤️
To the families of Colette Olsen - our most sincere sympathies on the loss of your Mom/Grandmother/Aunt/Sister Colette- she will be missed by all who knew her🌹
Billy, Bobby and Wendy ...
Auntie Colette had a special way with children, so all of us who knew her as children have particularly fond memories of her. We grieve with you.
Thinking of you, Bob and Yvonne and family. She was a fascinating lady.
Sincere condolences to all of the family
I knew Collette while working at the Wellington as a recreational aide.
She would always pop into my room and say hello and visit. Once in a while she say would say… what are you doing ya little shit!” With her wide smile I’d chuckle and we’d have a chat.
She made me smile and was always eager to help when she could. Especially at birthday parties with the serving cake.
I was saddened to see this today but I’m grateful to watch the service and to know that there is another angel up there watching over us!
Rest in peace dear Collette. Many will miss you. Know that you will be fondly be remembered in my heart and I am grateful our paths crossed🙏🏻❤️