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Thomas L. Olsen

Enola, Pennsylvania

Feb 15, 1950 – Jun 21, 2015 (Age 65)

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Thomas L. Olsen, 65, of Enola, passed away Sunday, June 21, 2015 after an illness. He was born February 15, 1950 in Harrisburg, he was the son of Thomas V. and Betty (Williams) Olsen; and preceded in death by his sister, Teresa Marie Olsen. Also surviving is his wife of 15 years, Debra A....

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Tom and Debbie together were the most generous, kind, loving couple we have ever met. We were so heart broken to hear of Tom's illness and
now his passing away. Tom had such good values: Love of God,
Love of family, Love of America and Love of his Police work. It was with
great pleasure we were able to keep in touch thorough emails. Our prayers go out to Debbie and the family. Tom was so special!

One of the best police officers and police trainers I knew is no longer with us! He dedicated his life to helping others and training young police recruits to be the best they could be and hopefully taught them something, that one day would save their life or the life of someone else! I will miss you brother. Rest in Peace! Debbie and the family, my condolences and God Bless!

Just leaned of Tom's passing. We are so, so, sorry to hear of this. "Uncle Tom, Aunt Betty and other family members, you are in our thoughts, we love you".

Tom, you were a great guy and a good friend.....as gentle as a lamb, as tough as a bear when needed and as solid as a rock! All my cherished memories of you will be with a smile. I am here for Debbie. Now go guard those streets of gold in Heaven, Officer Olsen......Rita.

I went to St. Patrick's grade school with all three Olsen siblings. My condolences for your loss.

My thoughts and prayers are with the Olsen family in this difficult time. Tom was a great guy and I am so blessed to have met him. Rest in peace Tom

Debbie and the Entire Olsen Family: We were at the
viewing last night and it was lovely. The number of people who attended is testament to the feelings
everyone had for Tom. What a special person he was; both personally and professionally. I know
how proud you must have been at his viewing and
also all the years you first knew him and then
for all the years you loved him. You both were
just so proud of each other and everyone could
tell how happy you...

Dear Deb, so sorry to hear about Tom's passing. Both of you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love Maureen Adams

We knew Tom for the 25 years that he was on the Camp Hill Police Dept. We shared many good fishing stories and the fish that we caught. He gave me many good tips since he was an expert on fishing and really loved the Outer Banks. Our prayers are with Debby and family. Terry and Sandy Boylan