Katy Funeral Home


Olivia Armanini

February 20, 1942December 24, 2020
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Mrs. Olivia de Lalinde Armanini, formerly Olivia Jurisprudencia, 78, of Katy, Texas, passed away Thursday, December 24, 2020, surrounded by her loving family.

Olivia was born on February 20, 1942 in Manila, Philippines to Guillermo and Gloria de Lalinde. Olivia graduated from Colegio de Jesus Maria High School and attended Immaculate Heart of Mary College. She spent many years living in Mandaluyong, Philippines, London, England, Cupertino, CA and North Las Vegas, NV before coming to Katy, TX in 2020. Olivia was known to her close friends as Ollie and enjoyed cooking, hosting parties, singing, playing mahjong and cosmetology.

Ollie was preceded in death by her parents, her stepfather, Joaquin Alberto; brother, Anthony de Lalinde; first husband, Eduardo Jurisprudencia; second husband, Edward Armanini and son, Eduardo Jurisprudencia Jr. She leaves behind her loving children, Jessica Untalan of Katy, TX; Johanna Espadilla and husband Jimmy of Manila; Joseph Jurisprudencia & wife, Chola of Manila; Jeffrey Jurisprudencia & wife, Jenny of Fremont, CA; Jason Jurisprudencia & wife, Chiqui of Katy, TX; sisters, Margaret Alorro & Jocelyn Buniag and brothers, Joaquin Alberto Jr. & Joel Alberto. She also leaves behind 12 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.

Ollie was a very giving and loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister. She will forever be remembered for her great sacrifices for the benefit of those she left behind. We love you and we miss you.

The Jurisprudencia family would like to give a special thanks to the Texas Oncology staff and Vitas Hospice staff who took care of her in her final days.

A memorial service will be held 6 PM CST, Saturday, January 16, 2021, to be broadcasted via Zoom Conferencing Service.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in memory of Ollie, to the American Cancer Society or a charity of your choice. Thank you for being a part of her life.


  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, January 16, 2021



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Gloria Austria

January 19, 2021

Our deepest sympathies to the Jurisprudencia family. We pray for your healing and strength through this time of loss.
May you Rest In Peace, Ate Ollie. We will miss you.

Gloria, Vienna, Phillipe, Christian and Jr

Yvonne Ybañez-Entrolizo

January 16, 2021

I just want to honor Tita Olli for being a loving person & a great chef ... even when we moved she was always in our heart...I am a better person, mother and definitely a better cook ... We love you and you will always be a part of our family ...We were so blessed to see and talk to you even for a moment before you passed on ❤️❤️❤️
God always finds a way ... hugs and kisses to Tito Ed

Yvonne & Rey

Jocelyn and Freddie Asuncion

January 14, 2021

We were so heart broken when we heard the news of your passing Ninang. There wasn’t a day that we didn’t think about you. The last time we spoke was Thanksgiving day, we can hear the joy in your voice but we can also sense that you were having trouble catching your breath. We love you so much Ninang, it’s unbearable that we will never see you again but knowing that your no longer in pain and with our Lord eases the pain. You will always be in our hearts. Rest In Peace Ninang Ollie.

Paula de Vera Giron

January 5, 2021

I will miss seeing you Tita Ollie. It breaks my heart knowing that when we go back to Las Vegas you will no longer be there and that is what hurts the most. 💔. I really wish we could have visited you and seen you in person just one last time...especially Izabela who loves you so much too. I know life isn't fair but so blessed and grateful that you were a huge part of our lives. Life was better because we got to share it with you ❤️ We love you Tita Ollie and we will never forget you. Life will never be the same without you but knowing that you are now pain free, at peace with our great Lord and reunited with your loved ones brings us comfort. May you Rest In Peace 🙏🏼

With all our love,

Paula, Justin, Izabela, Iliana & Ilyza

(This photo I had to share since it was the last Thanksgiving we were all together. 💕. I already miss our Holidays together 😢)

Paula de Vera Giron

January 5, 2021

Tita Ollie was definitely a bright light in my life. Not only did she welcome me with open arms as her niece but she sincerely loved my family; we loved her just as much. I have so many fond memories since the first day I met her & would love to share everything but it'll probably turn into a great novel lol
So I'll start with the first day I met her. I was about 8 years old & I remember the first time I saw her all I could think about was,"wow she is so pretty! And I love her nails!" Tita Ollie & Tito Eddie at the time had a cat named Mickey who looked like Garfield. I had always wanted a pet & was so excited to hold Mickey. Tita Ollie even said,"don't be scared! He's friendly!" Little did I know, Tita Ollie was kind enough to give Mickey to me since I really wanted a pet! That's the Tita Ollie I will always remember- kind hearted, selfless, caring, straight to the point, with no filter sometimes (in a good way!) & loving.
I also can't forget her cooking...OMG the one dish I remember she used to make a lot was the lobster with oyster sauce dish. Until now that is my favorite! Everything Tita Ollie made was delicious.
I have so many photos that I could have posted but I chose this one as it shows how happy & loving she was. I will miss the days that she would stop by the house in Las Vegas, even if it was just for 10-15 minutes so she could hug, kiss and hold my babies. I miss the advice she would give me as well & I believe I became a better mom b/c of her encouragement & advice. She would always tell me,"kaya mo yan." And most importantly she would constantly tell me,"Love your husband always and take care of each other." I actually have that voicemail message of her telling me that saved on my phone & will keep it forever.
I was very blessed to have Tita Ollie in my life for the past 33 years...from my childhood years, teenage years, adulthood, becoming a new wife & mother.
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Joel Alberto

January 4, 2021

Ollie you will always be in my heart, because you were such a big inspiration and provided me with so much strength and encouragement in my life. Not a single day goes by without thinking about you and how much i miss you and feel your absence. Goodbye for now, May the good Lord continue to Bless us all..In Jesus name. Amen.

Joel Alberto

January 4, 2021

Lots of very good memories were created from 1988 to 2020. (32 years)

I will always remember her as a strong, very brave, and determined woman. She was always frank, straight to the point, generous-thoughtful, caring, very considerate, and was a good adviser. Ollie enjoys cooking, she was a great cook. One of her happiness was to cook for her family and she also loved family reunions. She was very motherly, during the days when we would be out on weekends, Ollie would say, time to go home, knowing that one of her kids coming home from school/ work and might be hungry. She was very consistent and disciplined in things that she does, like her manicure/pedicure. Her laundry schedules, her house cleaning, her grocery days, her bank obligations, her Sunday mass, and her Cannery casino schedule. Ollie would shop, every once in a while, but not so much as the others. She would get nervous when her gas tank was half empty. She was also very punctual. We both hate being late, she would prefer to be early and wait than be late. Ollie also wanted to be presentable at all times. She would always say “you don't need expensive clothes, as long as it is clean, neatly ironed, and make sure to put on perfume or cologne.” She was a very neat person and had a very strong sense of smell. She can smell you a mile away. Ollie loved Dimsum food. One of her favorite dishes was the chicken feet, and white rice cake. At home she loved white rice and dried fish for Bfast.

When Mamang passed away in 2012 of January, Ollie was my go to person to seek guidance and most importantly she gave me motherly advice as if it was coming from Mamang.

She left us all with so many fond memories of her. She is finally reunited with her loved ones who are already in heaven as well.

Joel Alberto

January 4, 2021

Ollie, My eldest sister, my adviser, my best friend.
My bonding with Ollie started way back when i was about 5 yrs old. When she and Eddie Juris married in 1961, i was their ring bearer.

Back in her teenage years, in our house at 474 Rawlands St, Mandaluyong Phils. I was playing by our front concrete yard and a cigarette landed in front of me. I looked up at the 2nd floor window and there i saw Ollie gesturing me to shoosh. (keep quiet). Later upstairs she said “dont tell Papang or Mamang ha.. lagot ako sige ka, hindi na kita bibili ng banana Q.” Hehe

During those days in the afternoon when we wanted to have merienda, we would try to collect our savings for the week-so we can buy something. She would be the one to run to the grocery to buy and cook us snacks or buy “ kakanin”, one of her motherly qualities at a very young age.

Every time Eddie Juris would come to our house to visit Ollie, Eddie never fails to bring something to munch on, but he was also the one who would finish them. Ollie would say, “its okay I will buy you guys (Bobing, Jocelyn and I) bukas. Matakaw siya (Eddie) talaga eh!” She would emphasize.

Ollie left to work in London England during the 70’s. That’s a sad event we all can recall, little did I know that I will follow her footsteps in 1982. I was 26 years old when I arrived in London. She was working at Holiday Inn and working the swing shift at the Bar. Every night I would come and wait for her until closing. I became friends with everyone and i would get drunk every night. Hehe

She made sure we celebrated the birthdays of all her kids by eating at a Chinese restaurant and pancit was a must to order.

When Ollie migrated to the US in 1985 it was another chapter of our separation. Again in 1988 I was informed by Ollie to accompany Eddie Juris, Jeffrey, and Jason to California since I had a US VISA then. It was November 18, 1988 when Ollie and her family including myself were reunited by faith and destiny once more.

Johanna Marie J. Espadilla

January 2, 2021

Our last photo, Ma, with Jamie and Louise❤️ taken in 2009...the last time you came home in Manila.
We all look beautiful here...i know you will agree with me🥰

Johanna Marie J. Espadilla

January 2, 2021

No words can express how much i will miss you, Mommy...will miss our daily talks and prayer times, too...
You will always be in my heart, Ma...
I love you so much❤️❤️❤️


Lovely lady...


Pretty young ladies
Sisters forever❤️❤️