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Laszlo Carl Olah, 60, Beloved Son, Father, Grandfather, Brother and Uncle passed away peacefully on May 3, 2023, at Columbus Hospice House surrounded by love and comfort, after a courageous battle with cancer. His hardworking hands are finally at rest. He was born October 10, 1962, in Cleveland, Ohio.
He was preceded in death by his Mother, Wilma Jean Brown of Gilbert, West Virginia.
He is survived by his Father Laszlo Olah of Miskolc, Hungary with whom he lived with in Cusseta, Georgia, Five Children and Eight Grandchildren; Son Christopher Wayne (Jessica) Olah and Grandchildren Braxton, Landon, Corbin, Adalyn and Lillian of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Son Laszlo Carl Olah, Jr., Daughter Chelsey Amber Olah and Granddaughters Ansley and Kimberly, Daughter Elizabeth Lynnsey-Racheal Olah and Grandson Alden, Son Austin Tyler Olah all of Columbus, Georgia. Two Brothers and Three Sisters; Sister Leisha (Bill) Haracourt of Upatoi, Georgia, Brother Steven (Teresa) Olah of Cookeville, Tennessee, Sister Maria (Coley) Morgan of Cusseta, Georgia, Brother Jozsef Olah of Circleville, Ohio, Sister Eva (Doug) Brackett of Circleville, Ohio. As well as many Nieces and Nephews.
Laszlo grew up in the Cleveland, Ohio area and later moved to the Columbus, Georgia area to be near family. Laszlo was nicknamed Luck by his family at a young age because he enjoyed taking things apart to fix them and was Lucky he was not injured many times. This curiosity and ability to do or fix anything also earned him the name Little Einstein by his Brother Steven (his Best Friend) later in life. He was smart. Over the years he has worked as a Carpenter, Electrician, Roofer and Technician in Heat and Air.
Luck enjoyed spending time with his Family and Grandchildren, fishing, working on cars, and repairing electronics. He never had anything bad to say about anyone and always saw the good in people. He was kind to everyone.
Details for a Celebration of Life will be announced at a later date.
In lieu of flowers please consider donating to the American Cancer Society or Columbus Hospice 7020 Moon Road, Columbus, GA.
Georgia Cremation – Columbus is assisting the family.