George Oleinik
January 7, 1929 - October 9, 2021
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Krause Funeral Home Brookfield
21600 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, WI 53072
Sunday 10/24, 2:00 pm - 4:15 pm
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Krause Funeral Home Brookfield
21600 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, WI 53072
Sunday 10/24, 4:30 pm
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St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery
S22 W22890 Broadway Avenue
Waukesha, WI 53186
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In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to Stars and Stripes Honor Flight.

Passed away peacefully on Saturday, October 9, 2021 at the age of 92 and is now with his wife Eleanor, just in time to celebrate their upcoming 70th anniversary. Loving dad of Mark (Susan) Oleinik, Pamela Oleinik (fiancé Eric Thobaben), Sue (Dave) Broadfoot, Robyn (Thom) Kieffer, and Diane (Tim) Brown. Beloved grandfather of Ann (Kam…

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Dan and Kelly Fabisiak left a message on October 12, 2021:
Dear cousins of mine; Mark, Pam, Sue, Robin, and Diane (dee dee). I'm very saddened by the passing of your father, Uncle George was always kind, I have many memories of your dad from the many times I would visit and spend time with Diane on our summer vacations. His big hugs and quiet demeanor were always comforting to me. We send strength and love to all of you, cherish and celebrate your dad, everyday. With much Aloha, be well Dan and Kelly
Lana (Bickler) Floyd left a message on October 12, 2021:
To the entire Oleinik family, on behalf of the Bicklers, we are saddened to hear the news of George's passing. George's quiet demeanor and contagious smile will be missed. As a family, we have often said that we could not have asked for better neighbors than the Oleiniks. When I think of George I think of his rousing tickle-attacks. I chuckle about the evening he took Diane and I for a "cruise" up and down Highway 100. George got great joy out of scaring the pants off Diane and I when we 'camped' in the back yard. And honestly, we would have been disappointed if the 'boogey man' had not shown up to scratch and rattle the tent. And when we were old enough for boys, I'll never forget George lumbering through the kitchen with a scary look on his face and an ax on his shoulder. I cherish those memories and many more. Love and condolences from Ed, Jay (Robin), Kerry (Adam), and Lana (Kevin).
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