Guest Book for Olive I. Detweiler

Provided by Burns Mortuary of Pendleton

Posted by: Ralph & LeAnn Spellman
Thu December 22, 2016

She was a great person. a favorite cousin of all our family here in Colorado

During WWII she bought  boys briefs as nylon panties were hard to come by,she told that on herself.


Posted by: Dave Webb
Fri December 30, 2016
I'm sorry for your loss

Posted by: Janet Gilbertson
Fri December 30, 2016
RIP.  Tell Aunt Helene hi for me.
Hugs to you Sandy.

Posted by: Kate Grace and Family
Thu January 05, 2017
To Terry, Evie, Kelly, Sandra, Pam and all of Olive's family, may you find miracles of comfort in the days, weeks and months to come. Olive always seemed to me a force of Nature, and with a wonderful sense of humor to boot. I pray you feel surrounded by her loving spirit.

With warm and heartfelt sympathy,
Kate, Sharon and family

Posted by: Janette Divish
Sat January 07, 2017
My family loved Olive. I would look for her at the Cowboy Breakfast every year. She passed the Cancer Aid and Research table to me. It was very important to her. I'm glad I got to know her and her family. I pray for peace for all of you.

Posted by: Tedde (White) & Doug Holcomb
Tue January 17, 2017
Doug and I both want to express our sorrow to your family for your beloved Olive & Bill also. We loved them both and always enjoyed being around them and listening to them. I'm sorry I was unable to visit with you all after Olive's funeral.
Blessings to you all during this time of grieving and loss.

Posted by: Paul Ziemer
Mon March 27, 2017
To Olive's family...

My wife Cheryl and I first met Olive and Bill through the Frontier Collectors Club.  We enjoyed their company very much along with all the other club members as well.  I always enjoyed visiting and listening to Olive's true life stories about growing on the farm and what it was like to go through the "Great Depression."  Olive was a wonderful person in both thought and deed.

Our sincere condolences to you all.
Paul and Cheryl Ziemer
WA state