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Kenneth Olson

Kenneth Olson

November 3, 2019
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Kenneth “Oscar” Olson, 64, of Eaton, passed away with his family at his side, November 3, 2019, after a brief battle with cancer. A gentler soul, you’d be hard pressed to find. Oscar was born in Helena, Montana to Oscar & Helen (Dahlhausen) Olson October 22, 1955.

He attended school in Helena and Great Falls, Montana. He worked in the oilfields in Idaho and Colorado. Oscar became a long time resident of Eaton, CO. He lovingly raised his daughter Amber Lee Olson until her untimely death from complications resulting from an automobile accident in 2004. Amber had a son Koby Caine Olson and when he was thirteen months of age, Oscar took on the responsibility of raising his grandson. Koby was Oscar’s life and was the proudest papa ever to Koby.

He is survived by his sisters, Debbie Parker of Payette, ID., Yvonne Martinez of Greeley, CO., and Juanita Olson of Kimberly ID., grandson Koby Caine Olson of Eaton, CO., nieces Mylyn Rodig of Castleford, ID., Michelle Olson of Twin falls, ID., nephew, Pete (Angie) Parker of Buhl, ID., two great nephews, Colby and Payton Rodig of Buhl, ID., and a large loving extended family.

He was preceded in death by his parents Oscar & Helen (Dahlhausen) Olson; daughter Amber Lee Olson. He was also preceded by his brother- in-law Jules Martinez.

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Bob & Tammy

Posted at 03:17pm
So very sorry for your loss and "Oscars" loss of a child God Bless him for raising his special grandson. Peace & Prayers be with you
Bob & Tammy(Givens) Severa
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Bob & Tammy

Posted at 03:17pm
So very sorry for your loss and "Oscars" loss of a child God Bless him for raising his special grandson. Peace & Prayers be with you
Bob & Tammy(Givens) Severa

Billie Henslee

Posted at 10:18pm
There are so many. He was one of my first loves. But the kind of man he would become was showed in how he treated me while we dated. He treated me like a queen. I remember the Holy Hop dance, and at least back then, the last thing you thought he would be caught wearing was a suit. But he was so handsome. Uncomfortable, but handsome. If he cared for you, he went out of his way to show you in maNY different ways. We had a lot of good times in our youth. He was always so intelligent and I knew he would be successful when he found what he wanted to pursue. I heard that he did. Hugs and prayers for his sisters. My sympathies to all who loved him. I was lucky to have known him.
MB

Marilyn Barber

Posted at 09:54am
Oscar was the kindest, gentlest man I have had the privilege of knowing. He was always ready to lend a helping hand or listening ear. He was the very meaning of integrity. I first knew Oscar when we both worked at Eaton Middle School - then as we would see each other around town. His family was the most important thing in his life. We will all miss him. My sincere condolences to his family, especially Coby and Yvonne.

Marilyn Barber
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