Hearts Love 28


August 23, 2020


Que sera’,sera’
Whatever will be, will be
The future’s not ours to see
Que sera’, sera’
What will be, will be

Olga (Blondie) Williams 89, of Mountaintop produced her last melodious song as she entered into eternal rest on Aug. 23, 2020.  Daughter of the late John Sr. and Olga (Dorash) Schott, she was the 5th in birth order of 18 children.


Growing up on a farm and fish hatchery in South Canaan. Pa. she learned to live off the land.  Canning home grown fruits and vegetables was her forte’.  Her recipe for preparing fresh caught fish was enjoyed by many.  Olga enjoyed nature walks picking mushrooms, huckleberries, elderberries, hickory nuts, black walnuts, whatever this good earth produced, she found a use for it.  Her artistic touch turned simple items into eye pleasing crafts.  Entertainment was belting out a tune with her siblings.  She labored together with her parents to help raise her siblings and instill God honoring values. 


In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband Sidney Williams, sisters Margaret Jula, Gabriel Eldred, Elizabeth Roberts, and Caroline Schott, brothers John Schott Jr., Paul Schott, twins Donald and Ronald Schott, Larry Schott, and 3 pre mature infant siblings.


Surviving are her daughter Cynthia Hollock and husband Edward of Mountaintop, three grandsons Edward Hollock and wife Jaime, great grand children Micah and Alia of Wernersville, Pa.  Daniel Hollock and wife Alexandra, great grandchildren Evan and Connor of Plains, Pa. and William Hollock and wife Lori of Mountaintop. Sisters Nancy Piercy and husband George of Honesdale, Barbara Cavage and husband Andrew of Waymart, brothers Joseph Schott and wife Annalese of Honesdale, William Schott and wife Mary of Rockport, Texas, Patrick Schott of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, several nieces, nephews, and cousins.


The family would like to thank the entire staff of Mountaintop Senior Care for their compassion and comforting care during her illness.


Due to Covid 19, funeral arrangements will be held privately under the direction of Desiderio-Lehman Funeral and Cremation.


To send flowers to OLGA's family, please visit our floral store.


Private Services
August 26, 2020

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Mountain Top, PA 18707

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