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  1. Olga was a dear, dear friend from our college days. She was smart and full of ambition to become a doctor, a goal she achieved. Always friendly and accepting of others. My entire family knew and loved her. She is a great loss. My condolences to Fred, her children, siblings and all others who knew and loved her.

  2. Please accept my deepest condolences on the untimely death of dear Olga. She was a cherished classmate at Cornell University. Her sparkle, humor, dedication, empathy, and sense of fun helped us all get through some challenging times at that enormous place. And her determination to become a doctor was always an inspiration to me. Cornell certainly didn’t make the path to that career smooth for anyone. She was a darling person in all ways, and I am so sorry to hear about her passing. Please know her family is in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in Peace dear friend.

  3. Olga and I were sorority sisters at Cornell. She was a beautiful, smart woman with a great sense of humor and great poise. Please accept my condolences at her passing and my sorrow and empathy for her suffering. I pray that your memories of the vibrant, gifted person she was will give you comfort. Her joy of living and learning will live on in those of us who were privileged to know her.

  4. I too will always remember her as my vibrant sorority sister at Cornell. May her memories be a blessing to her family and friends for many years to come.

  5. My deepest sympathy on the loss of such a special, talented woman. My memories of her from Cornell years are of such a vibrant, intelligent person who enjoyed life. May your memories bring comfort at this very sad time. Jeri Sielschott Whitfield

  6. Many happy memories of a smiling and laughing Olga and our crazy antics in the quad room (like painting the zebra stripes all over the walls) at 508 Thurston Ave. Deepest sympathy to your wonderful family.

  7. We were shocked and deeply saddened to hear about the passing of our dear Cornell friend, Olga. She was smart, funny, kind and beautiful. Please count us among the many who share your sorrow. Our heartfelt condolences.

  8. We knew Olga during our time at Cornell and always appreciated how beautiful a person she was, inside and out.
    May your memories give you strength as you navigate this very challenging journey. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We will never forget her.

  9. I knew Olga in high school. She made such an impression on me then, i had no doubt she would accomplish anything to which she would apply herself. I haven’t been in touch in years but i have become familiar recently of her legacy, her doctoriing and the high school. She made an impact. My condolences to her family.

  10. My deepest sympathy on the loss of Olga, a good friend from our pre-med days at Cornell. Sadly, we lost touch with each other after graduation, but I have thought of her often through the years. I remember Olga as a lovely, wonderful human being. My heart goes out to her family.

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