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Carol Ann Powell Olson
05/12/1940 — 10/15/2022
Carol Ann Powell Olson
Carol Ann Powell Olson died on October 15, 2022, in Salt Lake City, Utah at the age of 82. She was born on May 12, 1940, in Los Angeles, California to Dean Van Powell and Gladys Carol Hansen. Carol Ann married Robert Vern Olson on June 6, 1958. Carol Ann was a wonderful wife and homemaker, an awesome quilter, and enjoyed working as a Family Tree missionary. She was called to serve as a leader and teacher to Primary children, Young Women, and the Relief Society. Carol Ann gladly answered all callings and enjoyed every minute of service. She was a child of God and disciple of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Carol Ann is survived by her husband of 64 years, Robert Vern Olson, and children: Robert Mark Olson (Laurie), Dawn Carol Bassett (Gary), Dana Ann Olson Reid (Mike), Eric Vern Olson (Michelle), William Dean Olson, Aaron Craig Olson (Dana Elise), Michael Lee Olson, Mikan Emma Olson (Rene), Sisters: Jody Packard (Bruce), Julie Call (Glen), Janice Campbell (Max), Sharon Pedersen (Don), Sandy Peterson (Randy), Marilyn Garrett (Brett), Lanette Empey (Kim), fifteen grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren.
She is preceded in death by her parents, brother Lawrence Edward Powell, sister Ronnie Jeanne Powell Bingham, and daughter Bethani Annel Olson.
Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 21, 2022, at 11:00 am at the Silver Creek Chapel, 510 Silver Summit Parkway in Park City, Utah. A Graveside Service will be held on Friday, October 28, 2022, at 1:00 pm at Sunset Memorial Gardens, 915 Bypass Hwy in Richland, Washington.
How lucky am I to have such a sweet, sweet Aunt! You will be missed more than words can express. I can still hear your voice.. I have missed your letters to Grandma Olson that I was privileged to have read to me over cheese sandwiches and root beer. I love you Olson family.
Our dear, beautiful mother was a gift to everyone who entered her life. I do not believe there was a person she met who did not feel her spirit, her warmth, her caring and her kindness. She loved her family with all her being, without judgment, always accepting and loving. She saw the good in everyone. She was and will remain an example to us all of wisdom, faith, caring, beauty, and deep unconditional love. A Christ-like love. We are all better for having been a part of her life. I miss you Mom – I will love you always and forever. Dana Ann
We are so sorry for your loss. We have many fond memories of our time together. There have there have been many times you and Carol have been recalled for our friendship. May you continue to have the blessings of the gospel in your life knowing this separation is but a moment in time.
Larry and Ardis