In Celebration of

Olga Lewicki Klein

May 26, 1933 -  November 25, 2020

Olga Lewicki Klein 87 passed peacefully at the Montreal Jewish General a little past midnight November 25th. Olga recently lost her husband Robert Klein, her beloved husband of over 6 decades also leaves behind her two sons, Michael and Peter, her Daughter in law Martine, and her cherished grandchildren Matthew 26, Morgan 19 Dylan, 17. Olga, aka "Flying Olga," was always the life of the party and a force to be reckoned with. Born outside of Kyiv, Ukraine May 26th, 1933, from an eclectic family. Her father was a published poet and politician, and her mother was an accomplished actress. The saying "seen it all" resonates when you think of Olga's life. From surviving WWII to immigrating to Canada at the ripe age of 20, she was one tough cookie. Olga had a passion for traditional Ukrainian dancing, Gardening, Working out (hence the flying Olga). She was a silver Live master bridge player. She left a lasting impression on whomever she crossed paths with, always elegantly put together, she will not soon be forgotten and gravely missed by all. Truly a One of a Kind.
The family has designated the Jewish General Hospital Foundation for memorial contributions


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Rebecca and Charlotte Silverstone (Old neighbours)

Entered November 28, 2020 from Toronto

We’re so sorry to hear of Olga’s passing. She’ll always be such a wonderful part of growing up at the Curling Club and the amazing community it offered to us kids. Our sincerest condolences to Mike and Peter ... Rebecca and Charlotte Silverstone


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