Jeffrey Alan Olsen
OLSEN, JEFFREY ALAN, 37, A Memorial Service for Jeff who passed away March 8, 2004 in Denver, CO will be held at Atonement Lutheran Church on Saturday, April 3rd at 10AM. Born in Orlando, he was the son of the late Edward R. Olsen. He is survived by his mother, Pat and his brothers, Ron and Scott (Debi). Memorials may be made to Atonement Lutheran Church, 7525 Lake Underhill Rd., Orlando, FL 32822 or to Project Angel Heart, 4190 Garfield St. #5, Denver 80216.
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Published by Orlando Sentinel from Mar. 27 to Mar. 28, 2004.
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I was so excited when I first saw you after you were born. Standing there looking in the nursery window you had been placed next to another baby almost your size. You came into this world weighing in at a robust 9 lbs. 5 oz. I attracted almost as much attention as you did when I exclaimed to a friend "Look at that one! He's the biggest one in the nursery. That's my nephew!" The excitement never ended. When I got to babysit you, your Uncle Terry and I had a blast. You always seemed to be in such a jolly mood. I watched you grow up through your school years. I saw you as a child when you performed in church Christmas plays and as a teenager in DeMolay along with your older brothers. I was there to see you walk across the stage at Sea World where your high school graduation took place. The time had come to make your own way in the world. But all too soon your life ended at such an early age. I guess God had other plans for you. I will always remember the special knack you had at making me laugh no matter what kind of mood I might have been in. I will miss your laughter and joking personality. You were like a ray of sunshine on a rainy day. You will always be remembered. I will not say goodbye Jeff, but only "so long for now". Until we meet again. Love forever and always, Aunt Diane
Diane Palmer
April 15, 2004
I knew you and played with you when you were a baby. I watched you grow up through your school years. I enjoyed being included in your special events when you were active in school and DeMolay. I watched you grow up and become a young man. It was a special time when your Aunt Diane and I got together with you and your family at holidays and other times when we could just sit and chat with one another. You were always so pleasant, comical and a joy to be around. You will be missed very much by all of us whose lives you touched in a very special way. Although your life on earth may have ended, your spirit will live on forever. You will never be forgotten. May you rest in peace. Love always, Uncle Terry
Terry Palmer
April 15, 2004