Paul Olson Death, Obituary – Paul Olson has reportedly died unexpectedly with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to online sharing. Paul’s childhood was spent in the town of Hector in Minnesota. On September 20, 1969, he wed the woman who would become the love of his life. At the age of 84, he died away quietly at the Cerenity Care Center in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, with his family at his side.
His children, David Fowler, Danny (Andrea) Fowler, Elizabeth Fowler, Cindy (Nelson) Koyl, Ricky Fowler, Lynne (Tim) Larson, and Sandie (Chuck) Weitemier, are among those who carry on his legacy. He also leaves behind 18 grandkids, 29 great-grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild. His parents, nine brothers, and two sisters, as well as his wife Joanne, who he had been married to for 51 years, passed away before him. They called Minnesota home until 1979, when they moved to Colorado, where they were extremely active in their church and enjoyed hosting gatherings for their friends and family.
They went on a number of exciting excursions, including hiking and camping in the mountains. He spent hours upon hours tying different flies in order to catch trout, something he liked doing while fly fishing in the magnificent mountain streams and lakes. When Paul was up to anything, you could always tell by the glimmer in those blue eyes… and then hear that laugh afterward. Paul had an incredible sense of humor, and you could always see the glint in those blue eyes. He had a profound affection for his family, and it brought him indescribable happiness whenever any of them traveled to lovely Colorado to pay him a visit so that he could show them around the state’s many attractions. He was always up for a game of cards and appeared to come out on top every time.
He doted on his grandkids and would give each one of them a ride on his knees while singing “Trot, Little Pony” and bouncing up and down. They would grin and pull at his white beard while he did this. After he retired in the year 2002, the couple uprooted their lives and went to Sun City, Arizona, where they could bask in the bright weather, pick fruit from trees, and tour their relatives about the stunning state. In addition to that, he was offered his “dream job” working at the stadium, which allowed him to get a front-row seat to all of the football games.
After receiving a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, he began to experience a decline in his health, which ultimately led to the choice to go back to Minnesota, where his family lives, in order to be closer to them. Everyone who had the privilege of calling Paul their husband, father, grandpa, or friend will miss him dearly since he was such a kind human being. A very special thank you to the exceptional staff members that provided care at Cerenity. He and his family received such a wonderful gift in the form of love and compassion from those who helped him.