HELPER/RANGELY, Colo - Nikole Lynn Broderick Olsen, the most amazing and loving mommy, wife, daughter, sister, niece, cousin, and friend, passed away with her unborn baby surrounded by her loving family on Dec. 8, 2010 of a pulmornary embolism. She was born on Dec. 21, 1987 to her loving parents John and Teresa Broderick in Grand Junction, Colo. She married the love of her life Andrew L. Olsen on Oct. 10, 2010. She leaves behind her two most precious gifts, daughter Valynn two years and son Brody six months.
Words cannot express how much we love and will always miss her. We will keep her memory alive everyday through her babies. She attended elementary through college in Rangely, Colo. She loved to shop, play cards and games. She loved spending time with friends and family constantly laughing.
She is surrvived by her husband Andrew L. Olsen, children Valynn and Brody all of Helper, parents John and Teresa Broderick of Rangely, Colo., Brother Nathaneal Richardson of Rangely, Colo., inlaws Tonya and Scott Turner of Helper, Richard Olsen of Bountiful. Brother Inlaws, Steven (Misty) Layton, Gary (Shelly) of Price, sister Inlaws Amanda (Adrian), Alysa (Jeremy) of Price, Ashlyn of Price, grandparents Loretta and Ken Anworth of Fairfield, Texas, Peggy Marshall of Helper, Robert and Diane Olsen of Helper, Bill Minnick of Helper. All of her loved Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and Extended family. She is preceded in death by her Grandfather Robert Richardson and Grandfather in law Robert John Marshall.
A family viewing will be held on Wednesday Dec. 15, 2010 from 5 to 8 p.m. at Rangely Colo., Mortuary. Services will be held on Thursday Dec. 16, 2010 at the Rangely, Colo., Christian Church at 1:00p.m. 501 S. Darius Ave. Rangely CO, 81648. Internment at Rangely Cemetery. In leau of flowers a donation for her husband and children has been set up at Utah Power and Light Credit Union, under Andrew Olsen (Nikole's Fund).
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