Olive Elizabeth Clow

Feb 20, 1920 – Mar 28, 2015

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Olive Clow Born Feb 20, 1920 in Pembina, North Dakota.  She was one of 10 siblings.   She lived in Renton, WA where she raised 3 children with her husband Glen who proceeded her in death after 69 years of marriage.  They were charter members of Fairwood Golf and Country Club.  She enjoyed many years of golf and social events.  She also belonged to The Bridge Club and enjoyed a special friendship with them. Olive and Glen loved dancing.  They spent their winters in California for the warm weather and golf.  Olive was a member of St. Anthony’s in Renton since 1942.  She is survived by son, Allen (Win), daughters, Glenda Brooks (Dave), Dorothy Walls (Gary), 9 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren and 1 great-great grandson, one grandchild, Steven Haley preceded her in death.


Kay Holm Pike
Bothell, Washington
Mar 31, 2015

So sorry to read of your Mom's passing in the paper this morning. I went to school with Glenda at Sartori school before my parents (Ben & Norma) moved to Kirkland. They are both gone but they had such good times with your parents playing cards, etc. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Sincerely, Kay Holm Pike & Family and Ralph Holm

Linda Toschi Finn
Seattle, WA
Mar 31, 2015

Allen, Glenda, and Dorothy - sorry to read about Olive's passing in the paper this morning. I have MANY fond memories of playing in your back yard and treehouse when we were kids in Monterey Terrace, your mom was always very gracious. Thinking of you.


Jim and Sherry Frost
Bellevue, WA
Mar 31, 2015

Although both Glen and Olive lived long and good lives, when you lose a parent, it leaves a little hole in your heart. Fill the hole with thoughts of who they were, what they were and the legacy they have left behind. Sherry has such great memories of Bridge Club gatherings - picnics, Seafair, Christmas caroling. And Jim has been regaled with these stories enough to feel a part of them. We are sorry for your loss and are thinking of you. Sherry and Jim

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