Company: U.S. Marine Corps
Location: Waterville, ME
Waterville, ME, March 9, 2011, Ollie Olsson, Retired Combat Platoon Sergeant of the U.S. Marine Corps, has been recognized by Elite American Military for dedication, achievements and leadership in military service.
With a desire to serve his country, Mr. Olsson enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and found success as a combat platoon sergeant. As a result of his patriotic dedication, he was honored with 11 ribbons and two meritorious mast certificates. During his participation in the Vietnam War, he became disabled due to exposure to Agent Orange, a toxic chemical defoliant.
In 1973, Mr. Olsson earned a Bachelor of Science in business education from Thomas College. He is a former councilman on the zoning board of appeals for Waterville, Maine, and a former president of the Kappa Delta Phi’s Nu Chapter. Active within the military community, he is affiliated with the Marine Division Association, the Marine Corps League, the Marine Corps Association, Disabled American Veterans, The American Legion and VFW.
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