REVEGA, Olga

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On Thursday, August 6, 2020, Olga Revega of Edmonton, formerly of Newbrook, passed away peacefully at the age of 90 years. She is predeceased by husband Fred. Her memory will be cherished by her four sons Daniel, Randy (Paula) and Terry (Carey), Tim (Angelica), Carol Revega; grandchildren Christopher Revega, Candace (Todd) Hewko and Haley Revega; great-grandchildren Tyah and Nash Hewko, Emma Revega; and sister Evelyn Tichonuk

Olga is predeceased by her parents Fred and Katie Poholski, brothers Mike and Paul Poholski, sisters Nellie Zalewsky and Sylvia Lozinski.

Interment to take place on Friday, August 28, 2020 at 2:30 pm at the Newbrook Cemetery.

A celebration of life service is to take place at a later date.

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Moscaluk family

Terry, Tim, Daniel and Randy,
We were very sorry to here of Olga passing away, she was a very giving and thoughtful person.
Our sympathy and condolences.

Lori Zalewsky

Auntie Olga was a very special person. In her words, she and my Mom were “kindred spirits.” As such, my memories of her will last forever. Cousins, my thoughts and prayers will be with you always.

Sonya Steiner

Olga was a lovely Christian woman who loved Jesus and now is with Him. Thank you Revega family for your kindness and helping others, may the Holy Spirit bring comfort during this time.

Debra Teichgraber

Sending condolences to all the family from the Drisner families. Olga will be missed. Her sweet kindness. She was always up for a visit with a smiling welcome face. Prayers to get through this time

JAMES Lemieux

She was my first real Love(as a grade three student) She was beautiful both in looks and spirit. I moved away and things changed but I will always remember her kindness to a small boy .

Joe and Phyllis Hickle

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Olga’s family. May she Rest In Peace

Marjorie and Wilfrid Makowichuk

Sorry to hear of Auntie Olga’s passing. She was such a special person and fondly remembered from the old days. She visited mom, Sylvia, at the long term care in Lac La Biche which meant so much to all of us. She was always so positive and cheerful and a pleasure to talk with. Take care and sorry that we are unable to attend, but know that you all are in our thoughts.

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