until we meet again

Rebecca Marie Susan Ohlson
Rebecca Marie Susan Ohlson Nov. 18, 1982 Nov. 19, 2007 Resident of SF and Brooklyn Our beloved Rebecca, daughter of George Ohlson of Clayton and Sandra Ohlson of San Ramon, amazing older sister to Carl and Madeline Ohlson of San Ramon, the love of Jay Slack’s life and wonderful friend to hundreds from coast to coast passed unexpectedly on November 19 morning before sunrise. Rebecca attended St. Francis of Assisi in Concord, a year at Northgate then Cal High in San Ramon. After graduating Rebecca had some college but she wanted to live and experience the things and places most people only write about and dream of. And yes, she had started that journey at 19 venturing from SF to NY, NY by herself where she met the love of her life Jay. She had moved back to SF in July and was planning to return to Brooklyn — to her Jay, this coming February. They would’ve married and traveled the world together gathering friends throughout. Rebecca truly lived her life. She was the master of her destiny. In the short time we were fortunate to have her she personified the meaning of family and friend and realized true love. She’s our baby, our love, our shooting star and we will miss her so. Friends and family are invited to a memorial service on Tuesday, Novemeber 27, at 1:30 at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, 2601 San Ramon Valley Blvd., San Ramon. Reception immediately following at the church for everyone until 5pm. A private burial will take place on Wednesday, at Chapel of the Chimes in Hayward. As a memorial to Rebecca a tree will be planted in the two places she loved most, Delores Park in San Francisco and Prospect Park in Brooklyn. Contributions for the trees or in lieu of flowers, may be sent to POB 3332 San Ramon, CA 94583, payable to Rebecca Ohlson Memorial Fund. You may also visit http://www.RebeccaOhlson.com. We love you Becky. “Until We Meet Again.” Wilson & Kratzer Danville 925-820-2999
Published in the Contra Costa Times on 11/25/2007.


November 30, 2007. Life.

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