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Olympia G Rebrick

December 8, 1950 — March 21, 2024

Anderson, SC

Olympia G. Rebrick, a cherished soul known for her loving, kind, and selfless nature, passed away peacefully on March 21, 2024, in Anderson, SC. Born on December 8, 1950, in Brooklyn, NY, Olympia's life was a testament to the joy and warmth she brought into the lives of all who knew her.

Olympia's journey began as the beloved daughter of Elias and the late Eileen Carbone. Her early years in Brooklyn were filled with close-knit family bonds, including her devoted sister, Grace Carbone. Olympia's compassionate spirit was evident from a young age, and it only grew stronger as she journeyed through life.

After completing her education with an Associate Degree, Olympia ventured into an unconventional career, becoming a truck driver. Her work not only showcased her pioneering spirit but also her love for the open road and the sense of freedom it brought. Olympia's dedication to her profession was matched by her involvement in various associations related to her field, where she was respected and admired by her peers.

Olympia's zest for life was reflected in her diverse interests. She was an artist at heart, finding solace and expression in drawing and painting. Her creativity was also evident in the unique art of crocheting, a niche craft that she both mastered and enjoyed. Yet, nothing compared to the joy she found in spending time with her family. Olympia's love for Christmas was infectious, making the holiday season a magical time for her loved ones.

Her legacy is lovingly carried on by her son, Rudolf and Joni Rebrick, and her adored grandchildren, Clay and McKenzie Rebrick. Olympia's father, Elias Carbone, and stepmother Connie Carbone along with her sister, Grace Carbone, will hold dear the memories of her extraordinary life.

Olympia's presence was a gift to the world, a beacon of love and kindness that illuminated the lives of those around her. Her selflessness was a guiding force, and her memory will continue to inspire and comfort her family and friends. As we bid farewell to Olympia G. Rebrick, we celebrate the remarkable woman she was and the indelible mark she left on our hearts. Like the roads she once traveled, her spirit stretches on endlessly, guiding us with the love and care she so freely gave.

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