“Mrs. Olson lived across the street from my grandmother, Eloisa Puchferran, on Munro Street. She was a patient, kind woman who would invite my cousin and I over for tea. We were very young girls and she would make little sandwiches, cut off the crusts, cut them into fours and we learned the finesse and fun of having tea complete with tablecloth and in her garden or kitchen. This happened many times and I have never forgotten her kindness. I saw her shopping with a niece just a few years...
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OLSON, Yetive Brooks joined her husband of 65 years, Lester K. Olson, inheaven, March 12, 2010, at home, with her family by her side. She was born in Tampa, September 28, 1913, to Lottie Lee Tinny Brooks and Arthur Eugene Brooks. She is survived by her only child, Dwight W. Olson, Sr.; and two...Read More