I remember Ollie from the post office, and from the Bingo's at the Exchange Club, and Altoff..he was a very funny guy, and very nice to everyone who went to the Bingo games.
May god wrap his arms around his family in their time of need.
Ollie was a great neighbor,(always telling me how bad my tomatoes were),and watching out for us. My parents were here for many years so that was good conversation. You are all in our thoughts and prayers!
I remember Ollie and the legacy he and his generation of Dahms have left. Full families, full tables and full of love. May we all be a tribute carrying that legacy forward and may that legacy ease your grief.
Damn, Ollie is gone.
Will miss him at Seniors
Dave/ Anne, I'm sorry to hear of your dad's passing. He lead an extraordinarily full life. He was a wonderful man.
I'm very sorry for the loss of your Father. I remember he and your Mom were always such regulars at Sunday mass at St. Mary's. You have my sympathy.