Olga Radmacher

Olga Lola Radmacher (Stebner)

Saturday, May 12th, 1928 - Saturday, August 8th, 2020
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Radmacher, Olga Lola

Olga Lola Radmacher (Stebner) passed away peacefully on Saturday, August 08, 2020 at the South Health Campus in Calgary, AB. Born on May 12, 1928 to Edward and Maria, in Dermansdorf, Ukraine she was little sister to Vera (Mazga) and big sister to her brother Leo.

Lola lived a courageous life, losing her father and having to flee the Ukraine for Germany during the Second World War. After living a few years in Germany, she immigrated with her mother, sister and brother to Canada in 1949. She finally settled with her mother in Regina, Saskatchewan, worked hard, and made many new friends. In 1951 she met and married the love of her life, Adolf and energetically built a home and family, raising daughter, Siegrun (Eyklebosh) and son, Ronald.

Lola always took great pleasure in frequent family and friend get togethers, was an active member of the Regina German Club and loved to travel the world. She was renowned for her baking, pickling, jam making and culinary skills and enjoyed sharing all. In 2017, she left Regina to live closer to family in Calgary.
Lola’s strength of character, love of life, and generosity left family and friends with many fond and loving memories. She will always be remembered as a joyful, happy, kind and giving soul.

She is survived by her children, Siegrun (Steve) and Ronald (Katherine); grandchildren, Alexa, Morod (Brook), Roxanne (Alex), Mercedes, and Christopher; and five great grandchildren, Tucker, Lucas, Harper, Logan and Olivia. Lola was predeceased by her parents, siblings, and husband.

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Ron Thue

Posted at 03:24pm
Ron and I were friends in high school and spent time at the Radmacher home in Regina. Mrs. Radmacher was always most welcoming. I remember on one occasion Mrs. Radmacher made us the best French Toast I have ever tasted. She was a kind and loving lady. Ron Thue (

Siegrun Eykelbosh

Posted at 07:00pm
Dear mom: Your time has come which has left us with great sadness. You fought courageously throughout your life and we know you are now at peace. But, along with the sadness are many special family memories. One of our fondest memory will be what we call "Lola-isms". For instance, there was a popular photo finishing shop named Sooters, but you named "Scooters". A cell phone became a "cellaphone". Another favourite "Lola-ism" was "suitkey" for suitcase. But our favourite is when you called Edmonton's Anthony Henday Highway the "Handy Dandy Highway". For us, since then, it has and will always be called the "Handy Dandy Highway". RIP mom - we love and miss you. Siegrun, Steve and Alexa

Marion Radmacher

Posted at 01:43pm
Our sincere condolences for your loss of Lola. One of my memories of Lola was being ring bearer at her wedding. The reception was then held in my parents home. Celebrations were smaller then but just as meaningful.
Gordon & Marion Radmacher-Regina, Sk.

Connie Maguire

Posted at 10:06am
Our family was so sorry to hear of Lola’s passing. We were next-door neighbours In Regina for over 30 years, and have many fond memories of both Adolf and Lola. It was lovely to see all the photos. Brien and Connie Maguire.

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