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Olga was born on July 10, 1961 and passed away on May 21, 2021. Olga was a gentle and beautiful soul, who touched many lives in meaningful and special ways. Growing up in the former Soviet Union, Olga excelled academically, graduating with a gold medal from high school and the highest honors from medical school. She was a natural healer with kind hands and had a calm, caring, and compassionate way with her patients.  

Olga had many unique talents. She was highly artistic, wrote poetry, drew beautiful paintings, and created illustrations for children’s books. She was witty and had a great sense of humor. 

She was the most amazing mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, wife, aunt, and fur mom. We thank God for every day we had Olga in our lives. Her gentle, complex, and compassionate soul will never be forgotten and is greatly missed. Olga in one word is irreplaceable. Olga is survived by her daughter Ekaterina, three grandchildren (Sasha, Zander, and Daneka), sister Victoria, and nephew Elliott.