Olga was born October 5, 1929 to her parents George and Stephania Gayowski (née Gzyvzyzm) and grew up on a farm in the Peterson district of Saskatchewan. Olga married Leo Weber and enjoyed a full and rewarding life with her husband. They spent a number of years living in both Saskatchewan and British Columbia, in places including Chilliwack, 100 Mile House and finally settled in Creston, BC in 1972. Leo was a heavy equipment operator. Together, they took great pleasure in buying houses, moving in, and then as a team, spending months on renovations, subsequently selling, and moving on. When Leo passed away in 1979, Olga stayed in Creston, not moving back to Saskatchewan until 2010, when she moved to Cudworth, and finally to Humboldt in 2014. Olga had a zest for life. She made lasting friends wherever she went and was a truly caring friend to all. Her love of gardening was a joy for Olga and she paid particular attention to the flowers and the raspberry patch. She also had chickens, almost as pets, and cared for them a great deal. Canning was another passion for Olga and she was excellent at it. Everyone who knew Olga had tasted her legendary perogies which were a favorite treat for many of her guests. Olga was feisty and had a great sense of humor which permeated to anyone with whom she came in contact. We know she is watching over us, in a better place now, with her husband Leo. Olga was a religious person who followed the right paths throughout her life. She will be dearly missed by everyone who was blessed to be a part of her life. She is survived by an older brother, Jerry Gayowski, and nephews, nieces, and cousins, and many friends. Rest in Peace, Olga.