Richard F. Olson

Richard F. Olson

February 10, 1960 - February 01, 2012

Richard F. Olson

February 10, 1960 - February 01, 2012


Richard F. Olson, 51, was born February 10, 1960 in Lancaster, CA and passed away February 1, 2012 in Laguna Hills, CA.

A Procurement Specialist for Parker-Hannifin Corp., Richard is survived by his wife Sharon Marie Olson; son Cameron Lee Olson; daughter Jean “Jeannie” Margaret Olson; parents Lee & Margaret “Peggy” Olson; sisters Kathryn Raymond, Jo Marie Smithson and Anne Lynaugh.

A Vigil Service will take place Thursday, February 9, 2012 at 7:00pm at O’Connor Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Pkwy, Laguna Hills, CA 92653. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday, February 10, 2012 at 1:00pm at Santiago de Compostela Catholic Church, 21682 Lake Forest Dr., Lake Forest, CA 92630. Burial will follow at Ascension Cemetery, Lake Forest, CA.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Homeboy Industries, 130 W. Bruno St., Los Angeles, CA 90012.

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21 responses to Richard F. Olson

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  1. Scott Steele says:

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  2. I had the pleasure to get to know Richard during our PMP class at Parker. He was a member of “our Gang” for a year while we worked through our modules and lessons. He was quiet and gentle but when he spoke he carried an impact and that’s how I first remembered him.

    As the year progressed, I came to know Richard as a much deeper man, full of great thoughts and ideas and a man who loved his family very much.

    After the class was over I gained a deeper respect and admiration for Richard and was truly glad to have spent that year with him as a part of our group and having the opportunity to really get to know him.

    I will deeply miss Richard’s presence at Parker and am so very sorry for Sharon’s loss. May the Lord give Sharon and Richard’s family comfort during these hard times.

    Sincerely, Catherine

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  4. Chris Tennis says:

    Richard touched so many lives here at Parker FSD-I, his workplace. His positive, cheerful nature will always be with us. He openly reflected his love for his family. Everyone who met him admired his kindness. Even though he went on before us, he will be with us in our hearts as we try to follow his great example.

  5. Dear Sharon, Cameron and my little Jeannie.. We are so very sorry and still in disbelieve about Richards passing. Rich was a man with a heart of gold who loved you all so much…

    Rich, we only had the pleasure to know you for the past 5 years but you grew on us like if we have known you all our lives.. Steve and I loved you the same way we love your family, Sharon, Cam and Jeannie. We feel blessed to have had you in our lives and will remember you forever..

    You were an unique person and a very caring human being who will often send me photos of my granddaughter Jeannie on my call phone so I would keep up with what was going on in her life. Those photos made me happy and always made me smile. Thank you for taking the time to send them to me Rich.

    We shared so many special times with you and the family. The boat ride on the lake, watching the 4th of July fireworks on your front lawn with you and the family. Our times at the aquarium of the Pacific with the kids, your great BBQ salmon, Seeing you and Steve watching football together and celebrating Jeannies birthdays along with you all at the Red Robin, and at that last great pizza place we went to celebrate Jeannies 5th birthday which we really enjoyed. And so much more…
    We will remember you forever our dear friend. you were very special to us. Now you are by our lord’s side watching over your loved ones as you always did and as you always will from heaven. Please don’t worry.. We will be sure to watch over them here as well.

    Rest in peace Rich…until we meet again.. Steve and Josie Allison

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