Oliver Raymond Stolz, 87, died April 6, 2018 at Liberty Hospital.
He was born March 24, 1931 to Rose (Feld) and Fred Stolz in Lemay, Missouri. He married Dian Hill on June 1, 1957.
Ollie served in the air force, spending the end of his duty in the Veteran’s Hospital in Excelsior Springs, where he met Dian.
He served as a high school counselor in the Excelsior Springs School District for 29 years. He then worked for the post office in the bulk mail center, before retiring from that as well.
He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife, Dian.
He is survived by his children and their families, Stephen (Diann) Stolz, Barbara (Paul) Jamison, and Douglas (Cheryl) Stolz. He leaves behind grandchildren, Autumn and Evan Stolz (Stephen), M. Brent (Katelyn) Jamison, Jason Jamison, and Jesse Jamison (Barbara), Cherryh (Ryan) Cansler, Christen (Victor) Everett, and Ethan Stolz (Douglas), and several great grandchildren.
Visitation will be held Thursday, April 12, 2018 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at St Ann Catholic Church, 1503 Tracy, Excelsior Springs, MO 64024. Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, April 13, 2018, also at St. Ann Catholic Church.
Family suggests donations to Alzheimer’s research in lieu of flowers.
Our Sincere Condolences
Our deepest condolences for the loss of your Father. Your eyes are filled with tears; your hearts are full of sorrow; your minds are filled with precious memories. GOD chose your loved one, because He only chooses the best. Your Father has earned his wings, and may he soar through his eternal life knowing that he was loved by each and every one of you.
Doug (and family), you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
John and Vicky Hendricks — KCMO
So sorry to hear about Ollie’s passing. Knew him, Dian and the kids from church and school functions. A great memory was when the Boy Scouts hiked to Wallace state park, he and I followed in the truck and had a good day talking.
I am saddened by your loss. My deepest sympathy to all of Ollie’s family. I knew Ollie for 15 years as his tax preparer. I was always impressed with his sense of humor and his quick mind. I will always remember him as my friend. Again, my deepest sympathy.
Ollie and I were patients together at the veteran’s hospital there in Excelsior Springs. He was best man at my wedding. The last time I saw him was when he came to my house to visit and we sat around and talked about the movie Star Wars which had just recently been released. I didn’t realize that he was a few years older than me (I’m 84).