Elizabeth M. Olson

November 6, 1932 - November 19, 2020

Elizabeth Olson

Elizabeth M. Olson, 88, of Eau Claire passed away on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at Dove Healthcare-West.

Elizabeth was born on November 6, 1932 to Karl and Edna (Hoover) Strelow in Mondovi, WI. She married Harold Olson on November 18, 1950 in Mondovi, WI. Elizabeth was a great wife, mom, and grandma. She was a member of Rock Falls Baptist Church. Elizabeth enjoyed going on family trips especially to Yellowstone, Niagara Falls, Gettysburg, and Washington D.C.

Elizabeth is survived by her children, Mary (Jerry) Thompson of Eau Claire and Carol (Bill) Bell of Mondovi, WI; 3 grandchildren; and 4 great-grandchildren.

Elizabeth was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Olson; and son, Jerome Olson.

Private family services will be held at Brunswick Cemetery.

  1. I just want to express how sorry I am to hear of Elizabeth’s death. I so enjoyed knowing her for many years. She always had a great deal of positivity whenever I saw her. I know her family meant the world to her and she was so proud of her girls. I am sorry for your loss. Dr. Susan Rowe

    - Susan Rowe MD

  2. Sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. She was a dear lady. Sorry for your loss.

    - Dale Engen

  3. Mary and Jerry, Carol and Bill….Tom and I are so sorry to hear of Aunt Liz’s passing. She was always fun to talk to and visit with. I’m glad Mom and I were able to visit with her at Dove. She was in good spirits and we had a good time. With our deepest sympathy, Tom and Margene

    - Tom & Margene Kewan

  4. Mary and Jerry, Carol and Bill: I am sorry for your loss. Dennis said she loved it at Dove when he visited early on; said they wait on you hand and foot!

    - Mark Olson

  5. Carol and Bill, Mary and Jerry I am sorry for your loss. Dennis said she loved it at Dove when he visited early on; said they wait on you hand and foot!

    - Mark Olson

  6. Carol and Bill, Mary and Jerry we are sorry for your loss. Carol, I enjoyed our conversations at McDonalds regarding your mother and my parents. I know you took good care of her. With our deepest sympathy, Bill and Debbie Adler.

    - Debbie Adler

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