Olga W. Reinholtz of Stillwater died Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013, in Edmond.
A lifelong resident of Stillwater and charter member of Salem Lutheran Church, she lived, loved and served her community and church with a deeply committed spirit.
A wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Olga is survived by her son Gerald Reinholtz and wife Karen, of Edmond, daughter, Delores Buster, of New Braunfels, Texas, and son, Daniel Reinholtz and wife Kathy of Highlands Ranch, Colo.
In addition, she is survived by two grandsons, Jeffrey Reinholtz and wife Rana of Baton Rouge, La., and Stephen Reinholtz and wife Stacey, grandaughters, Heather Shea and husband Chris, and Audrea Gibson and husband Andy. Mrs. Reinholtz also had seven great-grandchildren: Jordan, Jacob, Mathew Reinholtz, Ethan Reinholtz, Cameron and Brady Gibson and Hayden Shea.
Olga was one of 10 children born near Stillwater in 1921.
She married William S. Reinholtz on Aug. 15, 1943, and he has preceded her in death. Her loving son-in-law, John A. Buster, passed in 2012.
As a retired nurse, Olga loved entertaining, gardening and sewing with her sisters at Salem Lutheran Church. Her place of death was Bradford Village in Edmond.
Services will be held at Salem Lutheran Church, Stillwater, on Monday, Dec. 30, at 11 a.m.