Kazimierz “Kaz” Olesiak

Kaz passed away suddenly on Wednesday, March 16th 2016 at the age of 53. He was born on April 5th 1962 in Oswiecim Poland and had 2 brothers and 1 sister. He traveled to Italy before immigrating to Toronto Canada with his wife and daughter at the age of 27. Kaz worked the majority of his life as a welder and enjoyed making metal sculptures which are displayed throughout the family home. His hobbies included fishing with his son and spending time outdoors with his dog Shelley. He is survived by his 2 children Anna (29) Arthur (21) and his wife of 23 years Renata. Kaz and his family have lived in Maple Ridge since 1996.

A small family gathering will be held on March 23rd to commemorate his life. He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed – Gone fishing with the angels.

Expressions of sympathy can be made below.

Contact information:

Garden Hill Cremation and Funeral Services, 11765-224th Street, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 6A5, Canada - Phone: (604) 463-8161 Fax: 604-463-2929 Email: info@gardenhill.ca

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  1. Monika Szlachta z rodzina :

    “Let us hurry to love people they depart so quickly” /Jan Twardowski/

    Renatko,
    z głębokim smutkiem przyjęłam wiadomość o śmierci Twojego męża.
    Pomimo tego, że nie miałam okazji go poznać , jestem bardzo wstrząśnięta tą informacją.
    Ludzie w sile wieku nie powinni od nas odchodzić.
    Proszę przyjmij ode mnie i całej mojej rodziny, wyrazy głębokiego współczucia.

    Monika Szlachta

    “Śpieszmy się kochać ludzi tak szybko odchodzą
    zostaną po nich buty i telefon głuchy
    tylko to co nieważne jak krowa się wlecze
    najważniejsze tak prędkie że nagle się staje
    potem cisza normalna więc całkiem nieznośna
    jak czystość urodzona najprościej z rozpaczy
    kiedy myślimy o kimś zostając bez niego. ” /Jan Twardowski/

    “Let us love people now they leave us so fast
    The shoes remain empty and the phone rings on
    What’s unimportant drags on like a cow
    The meaningful sudden takes us by surprise
    The silence that follows so normal it’s
    Hideous like chastity born most simply from despair
    When we think of someone who’s been taken from us.” /Jan Twardowski/

  2. Anna, I just came across your fathers passing. I’m so sorry for your loss. It was a shock to me when I read this as I considered Kaz a friend. We had both started work at the same place at almost the same time and I was so impressed with his ability to acclimatize himself to a new country. I considered him a friend. He always had a kind word for me and I hope I had for him.
    His friend, Ed

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