Darlene Susan Olson

On Thursday, March 30th 2017 at 2:52pm, our Mother, Grandmother, Friend, Sister and Travel Companion Darlene Olson closed her eyes and fell into a peaceful sleep.

Darlene Susan Olson, graced this world on January 31st, 1951 to Janet and Robert Olson in Yakima WA.

Darlene left this world with her two daughters Janae’ & Regena Williams by her side.  She is also survived by Janae’s partner Adam Wilson, her two granddaughters Jianna Williams & Adasyn Williams-Wilson, her special nephew Darryl Williams, her brother Robert Olson Jr. & his wife Marty, her long time partner and friend Rodrick Williams who also spent her final moments by her side, as well as her cats Winnie & Sammy and her Grandpup Little Bear plus plenty of family members and friends who loved and adored her.

Darlene was preceded in death by her sister Karen Olson-Tweedy and her parents.

Among her many accomplishments in life, Darlene has a Bachelors Degree from the University of Arizona, she was instrumental in forming, developing, and managing three successful corporations that have been in business for over 35 years. She was able to accomplish all of this while working a full time job at King County District Court and raising 2 incredible children.

Amazing, wonderful, loving, giving and dedicated to her family & humanitarian causes is how we best describe Darlene. It are these qualities that made her so special and so loved, she was truly a Divine Being. Anyone who had the opportunity to know Darlene is aware of the energy, passion and love she embodied and shared with those who had the blessing of crossing her path on her journey through life.

In lieu of flowers we ask that you make a donation to a cause near & dear to Darlene, such as:

 

ACLU https://action.aclu.org

Planned Parenthood https://secure.ppaction.org

ASPCA https://secure.aspca.org

One Response to “Darlene Susan Olson”

  • Viola K. Smith says:

    My condolences and prayers to my family in the passing of Darlene… Darlene has been a part of our family for a life time, she will be greatly miss and never forgotten..

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