Deloris "Dee" Olson

Deloris “Dee” Mae Olson passed away April 12, 2016 in her home of natural causes. Dee was born on April 18, 1950 to Robert and Hazel Ugland in Pierre, SD where she grew up and graduated from High School in 1968. On March 17, 1973 she married the love of her life, Steve C. Olson of Fort Ransom, ND. They eventually made their home in Prairie Rose, ND. After graduating from Don’s Beauty School in 1983 she purchased Her Highness Beauty Salon in 1985. Dee enjoyed her weekly Shampoo Sets and made many wonderful friends through the years. Dee had a special spot in her heart for volunteerism. From driving the canteen during the flood, playing Mrs. Claus at local hospitals, or cooking for the Salvation Army. Dee is survived by her son Kip Olson of St. Paul, MN and her daughter Kandyce (Brent) Blumhagen of Fargo, ND, brothers, Robert (Caroline) Ugland of Lakewood, CO, and Howard (Connie) Ugland of Spearfish, SD along with numerous nieces and nephews and special cousins. She was preceded in death by her husband Steve, her parents and two sisters, Barbara and Katy. Memorial Service: 2:00 P.M. Friday, May 27, 2016 at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center, Fargo.

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  1. My deepest sympathy to Candy & Kip. I will miss my phone calls with your Mom.
    Again my deepest sympathy and God Bless! Sandra Towne 721 S Sycamore Grand Island, NE 68801

  2. Kip and Candy, you are in our thoughts and prayers, our deepest sympathies.

    Mike & Tina Danelius

  3. We are so very sad! Dee was a great friend and I will miss her! Happy Birthday Dear Friend!! Our Sympathy Kip,Candy, and Family! Thinking of You! Barb and Don Grant

  4. My deepest sympathy to you Kandyce & Kip.

    I have fond memories of my time together with Aunt Dee and I will miss her laughter.

    God Bless

  5. We are thinking of you Kandyce and Kip and send our deepest sympathies.

    We will miss Dee’s phone calls and today (April 18th), we will miss calling her for her birthday.

    Uncle Bob and Aunt Carolyn

  6. Kandyce we were so sorry to hear about your Mom. We are thinking of you and send our deepest sympathies.
    Christina & Dana

  7. So sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of our times spent together. Just know that Nicole and I are thinking of you and sending prayers.

  8. Candy and Kip; I was so shocked to hear of your Moms passing. I just saw her 2 weeks ago having lunch at the Holiday Inn, she looked wonderful. Please know that Jeral and I send our prayers and healing light to you both.

  9. Hi Candy and Kip , first off I don’t know what to say my heart has been broken these last days I haven’t been able to sleep and just got back from another funeral. Your mom was my best friend we were together almost every other day. She was like a second mom to me and when I found out about the news I was torn tried getting ahold of mark no answer…. Didn’t know how to get ahold of you guys I’ve heard good things of you Candy Mom loved u so much. I’ll be @ funeral prayers hugs to u n Brett n if you need anything I’m on FB love u guys…. 😢😥😓

  10. Our sincere condolences to you Candy & Kip. We were stunned to read it in the paper that Dee had passed away at home. Dee & I had so much fun together playing Bingo etc. We will miss her.

  11. My deepest sympathies for you. Dee was an energetic presence. I so valued her help with foot care at St. John and her support. I hope to see you at the memorial service. God’s care surround you. Brenda Bauer

  12. So sorry to hear of your loss. Dee was a friend from high school. We had lots of good times together. I have not seen her since probably 1968. Her picture reminds me of her soft giggle. Hold on to your memories.

  13. Graduated with Dee, T.F.Riggs High School Class of ’68. Met Dee in Jr. High , had a lot of fun. Deepest sympathy to the family.

  14. Dee and I went to high school together. Years later, we connected in Fargo while I was there visiting my son’s family. My deepest sympathies to all her loved ones.

  15. Kip and Kandy sorry for the loss of your mom I will always remember going to her salon which in turn lead me to my profession, she will be missed sending prayers. Love-Sonia Ugland Ribordy

  16. Dee was a close friend and we had a lot of fun on the Towne ranch. She was a special one of a kind friend. My thoughts and prayers to go out to her family.

  17. Dee was my classmate starting at Lincoln Elementary all the way through high school. I still remember a spelling bee in fifth grade–she was a great speller. I eventually ended up owning Dee’s 1969 black Camaro so I’m reminded of Dee often. My prayers are with her family.

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