Olga-Klipa-Obituary

Olga Klipa

Steelton, Pennsylvania

1928 - 2019

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Olga Mrkonja Klipa, 91, of Steelton, died on Friday, November 1, 2019 in her home, surrounded by her loving family. Olga retired from the Commonwealth of PA Treasury Department. She was a Lifelong Member of St. Nicholas Serbian Eastern Orthodox Church; member and served on the Executive Boards of...

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Our deepest sympathy to the family of Olga. She was a wonderful lady with a kind and loving heart. Cherish your memories. Memory Eternal

So sorry to hear of Olga's passing. I have many fond memories of her when we worked together at the State Treasury Dept. I will always remember the delicious nut rolls and the fun times we had at work. She will be truly missed.

Our deepest sympathy in the passing of your Mother, Sam and Maria Atzeff

Cheryl and family,

So sorry to hear of the loss of your Dear Mother, my thoughts and prayers are with you all..

I remember talking to her on the telephone, she was always so nice and pleasant to me when I would call. She will be missed ! what a sweet person.

Cherie and Chrissy and family
So sorry to hear of the death of your mother. Know she had to be a wonderful person because of the way the two of you are. Remember she will never be far away as she will always live on in your heart. Prayers to your family.

Monica and Chuck Reider

Cherie and Chrissy and family
So sorry to hear of the death of your mother. Know she had to be a wonderful person because of the way the two of you are. Remember she will never be far away as she will always live on in your heart. Prayers to your family.

Monica and Chuck Reider

Cherie and Chrissy and family
So sorry to hear of the death of your mother. Know she had to be a wonderful person because of the way the two of you are. Remember she will never be far away as she will always live on in your heart. Prayers to your family.

Monica and Chick Reider

Lots of happy and memorable moments too numerous to mention.
One of my favorite childhood memories was the "parade" from the old church to the new in 1967 with Olga leading the way in her big ole' Chrysler.

Memory Eternal.

From our days when the church was on 2nd Street in Steelton, many of us were blessed to have Olga in our lives, as a Sunday School teacher, Kolo instructor, and a shining example of a life immersed in Christ.

Deeni, Cheri, and Chrissy, the memories of Serbian Christmas parties at your house are just a few of the priceless moments we all shared. Your mom made the world a better place!

May her memory be eternal!
Vjecnaja pamjat