Deborah Thema Olsen

2/11/1953 ~ 11/17/2018

OlsenDeborahOur beloved mother, sister, grandmother, and friend, Deborah Thelma Olsen, (65) died at her home in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 17, 2018, after multiple health issues. She returned to her Heavenly Father and to all those who have gone before her.
Deborah was born February 11, 1953 to Oman and Thelma Olsen in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. She was the fourth child of five. She graduated from Virgin Valley high school. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Dixie College. She was also a Certified Nurse’s Assistant and earned her Commercial Driver’s License. She loved her family and also enjoyed gardening, painting, drawing, quilting and particularly anything CHOCOLATE.
She is survived by first husband, David, and their children, Lisa Cash (Jared), Jared Linge (Ray), Nicole Hugo (Mikel); her second husband, John, and their son, Sean Starros; and her third husband, Bill, and their sons, Jacob Campbell (Emily) and Cody Campbell and nine grandchildren. She is also survived by her brothers Kyle and Craig, and sisters Lynn and Cheryl. We love you, Deb, and will miss you.
Memorial services will take place Saturday, December 1, 2018, 11:00 am at Rasmussen Mortuary 96 N 100 W, Mt Pleasant, Utah with internment at the Moroni City Cemetery following the memorial service. The viewing will be held from 10:00 am till the time of the service.

Deborah’s own words,
Deborah died today and was survived by all three of her ex-husbands and six of her children, who are wondering if this time she will finally make it. She had returned three times before so they are having an open casket and putting a label that reads “No returns or exchanges.”
She fulfilled her programing on this Earth for love, understanding, spiritual enlightenment, and motherhood and now her earthy visa has expired. She will be assimilated and reassigned to a higher vibrational planet.
Perfect in her imperfection, she will take her knowledge, personality, spirituality, and understanding and submit her resume to this higher level.
All who know her knew that she hated green or flowered shirts. So, to respect her wishes, don’t wear green!
Thank you, Deb, for sharing this planet with us. We can only hope you don’t get a limited time warranty on the next step of your journey

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