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Ann Olejnik

07/10/1960 - 06/23/2020

Ann Olejnik, age 59, of Winneconne passed away at her home on Tuesday, June 23, 2020. She was born on July 10, 1960, in Neenah to the late Charles and Mary (Peterson) Beck. Ann spent her childhood living on Lake Poygan, and has always had a great love for being on the lake. Ann attended school in Winneconne and went on to attend school at Fox Valley Technical College where she learned drafting. For many years she worked at Oshkosh Truck where she wrote manuals until a work-related injury caused her to retire. In her early years, Ann enjoyed fishing, playing sports, time on the boat tubing, and hanging out at Lone Willow. Ann’s greatest joy was spending time with her son’s family; playing with, watching TV, and babysitting her grandsons, Aiden and Graham.

Ann is survived by her daughter, Robyn Franzen, of Hortonville; her son, Ethan (Alex) Olejnik, of Oshkosh; grandchildren, Kailie, Mason, Aiden and Graham; a brother, William Beck, of Winneconne; a sister, Susan Beck, of Winneconne; and other relatives and friends.

A visitation will be on Friday, July 10, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Mueller Funeral Home 904 E. Main St. Winneconne. There will be no service held.

If you wish please submit online condolences to muellerfh.net.

Peter Running wrote on August 15, 2020
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of our friend, Annie. She was such a good person, who cared deeply for her family and close friends. Her stories of throwing circus peanut candies off the roof of her apartment when she lived on Main Street will remain with me always.

John Fahley wrote on July 9, 2020
I miss you Annie. Thank you for the kind words you left for me when my mother passed away last year. I wanted to thank you in person. You were always very kind to me, as was all of your family. I miss Robyn too..

Rick and Roxanne Lee wrote on July 8, 2020
Just saw this today, July 8th and am so very sorry for your loss. Ann was always such a kind soul. No matter where you saw her, she would go out of her way to say hi and to chat for awhile. Know that she was so proud of her family and loved them all very much.

Ian Livingstone wrote on July 5, 2020
I leave my deepest sympathy and condolences