Millie grew up on a farm. She was the youngest of 7 kids, with the oldest being 18 years her senior. She graduated from Sellersville-Perkasie High School and went on to start a career in Accounting.
She married Stanley R. Olshevski of Quakertown Pa. in 1956 and together they started a family raising 4 boys all born within 5 years. She was very creative and dedicated to her family, serving as a den mother for the cub scout pack in the neighborhood, creating endless craft ideas. She later became a Fuller Brush lady to help make ends meet. As the kids grew, she returned to Accounting, finishing her career working for the Sheriff's department in Mt Holly, NJ. She was proud of her Lithuanian heritage and spoke the language. Millie was a long-time member of the Women of Joy at Corpus Christi parish in Willingboro. Her final years were spent as an independent living resident of the Masonic Home in Burlington, NJ, where she became close friends with several residents and staff.
She was a loving wife, mother, nana and friend. She is survived by four sons and three daughters-in-law, Steven and Jennifer, Brian, Philip and Elaine and Matthew and Lisa; six grandchildren, Natalie, Andrew, Stuart, Hannah, Olivia and Lucas; and other relatives and dear friends. She will be dearly remembered for her laugh, love of humor and kindness to all she came in contact with.
Due to the Corona Virus, a memorial service will be held sometime after restrictions are lifted. Entombment will be in St. Paul Mausoleum in Burlington beside her husband Stan. The family requests memorial donations go to the St Christopher's Children's Fund - Farm to Families Initiative, in her memory. Please click on the following link to donate : https://scfchildren.org/fam-to-families-initiative
Funeral arrangements are by the Goes - Scolieri Funeral Home, 212 Levitt Parkway, Willingboro, NJ.
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