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Olga T. Einhorn

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11 Condolences for Olga T. Einhorn

  • As we used to acknowledge each other as “Mrs. Einhorn” to “Mrs.Einhorn”:
    Olga was such a beautiful and warm hearted woman. Even though we didn’t see each other too often, when we did it was such great fun!
    May you Rest In Peace.
    I will miss you.
    Love ,
    Sophie

  • Dear Aunt Olga,
    May you rest in Peace as you join Uncle Stan in Heaven.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you Theresa and Greg and families.
    My memories of Aunt Olga were that she was always so pleasant and a very soft spoken woman, always with a story to tell! She will be missed.
    Love Kathy (Einhorn), Chuck, Danielle & Kimberly Stevens

  • Dear Greg and Theresa,

    Please accept my deepest condolences-there are truly no words adequate to capture the magnitude of this loss. Your mother was a lovely, gracious woman, and she and my mother had many pleasant conversations about their flower beds. You are in my thoughts and heart at this difficult time.

    love,

    Nina

  • Dear Theresa and Greg,

    I have such fond memories of your mother. Her picture above is a wonderful reflection of the person she truly was. I don’t think I ever saw her when she wasn’t smiling and cheerful. I always felt so welcome in your house when we were growing up.

    My thoughts are with your families at this time.

    Much love,

    Karen

  • To Greg and Theresa and all the family and friends of Olga,
    When you gather together to celebrate Olga’s life. Please take with you the best memories of Olga . Keep those memories in your hearts and minds as you walk your own paths through life and create your own memories to be shared with others.
    That will be her greatest gift.
    Sincerely
    Steve

  • Mrs. Einhorn was my third grade teacher at Gallaher Elementary in the 1970’s — I’ve never forgotten her nor any of the wonderful teachers there. Always impeccably dressed and her hair carefully pulled back, Mrs. Einhorn shared her love of teaching with us daily. I just wanted to take this moment to share my thanks for her with her family. I wish you peace during this difficult time.
    Louise (Craft) Frock

  • I had the AMAZING pleasure of having Mrs Einhorn as my 3rd grade teacher. I will never forget the impact she had on my life. As a child who did not have confidence, she instilled in me faith and belief in myself, because she truly believed in me and in my potential! There is not a week that goes by in the last 35 years that I have not reflected on her words or heard her speak in my mind. She has instilled in me a drive for success that now as a mother of my own two daughters I hope to pass along to them. I am truly saddened to hear of her passing and was moved to tears this morning when I read this. Please know that you and your family are forever in my thoughts. Your mother truly made major impacts on the lives of so many children, and so many adults! Love, Renee Cooper (Rogers)

  • To: The Family of Olga Einhorn (Greg)

    For those of us at Central Middle and Newark High School who worked with and knew Olga, our most sincere condolences. Olga was a delightful educator and parent who always had that sparkle of enthusiasm in her eyes and her actions. Sincerely, Wayne Hill

  • Olga was a wonderful, kind hearted person who I had the ultimate pleasure of meeting in the pool at the Newark Senior Center. I truly enjoyed talking to her each time that I taught classes at the Center. Having been an elementary school librarian myself for many years, we would usually get around to talking about school and how times had changed since she and I first taught in Newark. I have thought about her many times over the years. She held a special place in my heart and will be greatly missed by all who knew her and cared for her.

  • Dear Auntie Olga,
    We never were able to make that shopping trip to New York-you and I-for reasons you greatly know. I truly enjoyed when you and Uncle Stan came to Saskatoon to visit, and then when you came alone after Uncle passed away. This message becomes difficult to write as I am stunned with the news of your passing. I will cherish the conversations you and I had together. I will hold your laughter in a special place in my heart held only for you. It is next to Uncle Stan’s place in my heart. I had just attended a funeral for a dear co-worker who passed suddenly when mom called about your passing. My heart is aching and I am holding back the tears so much my throat hurts. Both Brittany and Matthew loved your visits; especially Matthew’s talks with Uncle Stan and Brittany’s with yourself. Brittany is a shopper and wanted to come visit and take you shopping with her. I had been so looking forward to seeing you in Saskatoon this summer and now I will be paying my greatest respects to a wonderful lady that I had the greatest pleasures to know and love. I truly wish we could be there for your service so I could pay honor to you. But, children are writing university finals and you being a teacher would understand. We love you Auntie. Rest in Peace in the arm of God with Uncle Stan at your side once again. Love, Brenda, Brittany and Matthew

  • Theresa, your mother was one of my favorites. My condolences to you and Greg.