Richard “Dick” Olson, 76, passed away on Thursday June 13, 2019, at Aurora Bay Care Medical Center in Green Bay, Wis. Dick was born in 1943 to Albert and Arlene (Finsterwalter) Olson in Menominee, Mich.  
   Dick was raised with his three brothers and two sisters on their family farm until his graduation in 1961. Dick moved to Chicago to work on the railroad as a fireman where he met his wife, Luise. In 1963, Dick and Luise married and moved back to Menominee where they raised their four children. In 1965, Dick worked his milk route for 12 years before working at the Menominee Paper Mill until his retirement. With the hard work and dedication and skills he learned growing up on a farm, Dick started his own sand and gravel business in 1976, Olson Trucking.  Dick had a deep love of all things outdoors, from fishing in the summer to hunting deer at hunting camp with his family. After his son, Rich, took him to a Packers game he became a die-hard Packer fan. He loved Nascar and his Brewers. Yet, with all of the things Dick enjoyed, spending time with his family was his priority. He enjoyed family trips to Canada and Colorado hunting, fishing and large family gatherings. Family always knew they could stop by for a beer and talk sports.
    Dick is survived by his wife, Luise; children: Richard “Rich” (Lori), Luanne (Vince) MacNicol, Russ (Michelle) and Dan (Tricia); brother, Bob; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; along with many nieces and nephews that were close to him. Dick was preceded in death by two brothers: Ray (Margaret) and Don (Linda); and two sisters: Eileen (Rob) Sunstrom and Mary.
    Family will receive friends at Cadieu Funeral Home on Saturday June 15, 2019, from 10 a.m. until time of funeral service at noon, with Father Michael Ocran officiating.