Tag Archive 'Olga Kotelko'

Appeared in the North Shore News – July 4, 2014 Considering its typically annoying inconvenience, Olga Kotelko’s death was as near to perfection as one can hope for. Not for her the long lingering in death’s waiting room. Olga died at the high noon of life aged 95. She was much too young to retire. […]

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Appeared in the North Shore News – January 17, 2014 Olga Kotelko is weird, just plain weird — in the nicest, most incredible, let’s pull out all the stops and say phenomenal way. This is not just mediaspeak phenomenal. We throw such words around. But Olga intrigues and puzzles medical science. She puzzles herself. Olga, […]

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Appeared in the North Shore News – April 27, 2012 Serious things are occurring all around us. Forget them. Today this space celebrates wonderful, sometimes slightly eccentric, West Vancouverites. Speaking of forgetfulness, remember the Sedin twins? Professional athletes, playing for what’s-its-name? They are cream-puff sissies compared to a world-beating West Van athlete whose name is […]

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