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Ines Oliva

April 2, 1929November 10, 2020
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Ines Oliva, 91, passed away on November 10, 2020. He was born on April 2, 1929 to Zeferino Oliva and Hilaria Gutierrez Oliva in Kansas City, MO. He was the youngest of six children. He worked for Dresser Macgobar Industries as a truck driver for 35+ years in the oil-well drilling services industry. True to his truck driving roots, he always drove his wife and his family to visit Olivas in Mexico and in other states, and to enjoy casinos. He dedicated himself to his hobbies of carpentry, crafts-woodworking, camping, traveling, playing poker, and reading. He was the steady pillar of the Oliva family. He taught us the virtues of education and a strong work ethic as a way for his children to better their lives. He instilled love and respect for God and family. God decided to call dad home on November 10th. He died peacefully in his home. He is preceded in death by his wife, Margarita Oliva; his niece, Susana Musella; grandson, Enrique M. Oliva; brothers, Maximo Oliva, Francisco Oliva; sisters, Crescencia Oliva Falcon, Cecilia Oliva Leon, Margarita Oliva Neri, and parents. He is survived by his sons, Jose (Connie) Oliva, Enrique (Elisa) Oliva, Juan (Nancy) Oliva, Louis Oliva, Robert (Rachel) Oliva; daughters, Rosario (Beñigno, III) Iglesias, Susana (Juan) Torres, Margarita (Gerardo) Labrador and a niece who was like a daughter to him Lupe (Antonio) Morales; 20 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Visitation will be held on Thursday, November 19, 2020 from 8:30-10:00a.m. at Funeraria Del Angel, 549 Cheyenne St, C.C, TX 78405. with a rosary to be recited at 10:00a.m. Mass will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 710 S 19th St, C.C, TX 78405. Burial services will be held at Rose Hill Cemetery, 2731 Comanche St, C.C, TX 78408 soon thereafter.

*All services will be held on the same day. Facemask required.

To offer condolences please visit www.funerariadelangelcheyenne.com or our Facebook page, Funeraria del Angel Cheyenne.

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Susana Torres

November 19, 2020

Dad, as a child, I remember you as being a reserved, quiet, hard working, and modest man. Getting to know you more, throughout the years, I definitely found that you were more than that. You were loving, a good listener, an artist, a handy man, determined, hilarious, and a fighter for life. You were my/our Superman! Know that I will miss you dad and miss the many memories we made. Thank you for being my dad and for learning so young to value life. Te quiero! 💕 Que Dios te bendiga y que te tenga en la gloria.

Rosario Iglesias

November 16, 2020

Dad you were our strength and our protector. In your younger days, your desire and drive was to provide for Mom and all your children and grandchildren. I'm so glad we watched the movie of the Truckers convoy, since you were a truck driver for over 35+ years. You absolutely loved that movie so much! You will be in our hearts forever. I am happy that you have reunited with Mom and your family in Heaven. God Bless this Great Man, our Father. A very special thank you to Maria (Cuca)and my family for praying the Blessed Rosary in Dad's time of need. Love Forever, your Daughter.

Maria Oliva

November 12, 2020

Mr. Oliva with her granddaughter on her Quinceañera.

Juan Oliva

November 12, 2020

To my Dad:
Dad thank you for all you did to raise me,thank you for being my role model, you taught me what hard work was and led by example. You taught me to be respectful and to be a good father and citizen. We took care of you the last few years of your life and we’re there with you to the end.. I personally have those memories forever dad. Thanks for being a great dad and grandfather. I know you are now reunited with the love of your life and all your brothers and sisters. Now I asked for mom and dad to watch over us. Love you and will miss you dearly POPs
Your son Juan Inez Oliva

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