Olga Alcorta Aceves

June 19, 1954March 24, 2019

Olga Alcorta Aceves, age 64 passed away on March 23, 2019.

Olga was born June 19, 1954 in Sinton, Texas to Carmelita Torrez and Pablo Alcorta.

At a young age Olga was a caregiver to her younger siblings in order for her mother to provide for their family. Eventually, Olga met and married Elpidio L. Ledesma and became a mother and caregiver to her own three children.

Olga enjoyed a career working in manufacturing throughout her life in Austin with companies such as Abbot Labs, IBM, and Texas Instruments. She also worked for home healthcare services and was a compassionate and nurturing soul to those in her care. She felt honored and privileged to serve these individuals during their most difficult moments. She worked tirelessly to ensure they were comfortable.

Olga was a strong matriarch that one could lean on. She had an unshakeable faith in God, a strong passion for family, and a free spirit. Family and friends have benefited and been blessed from her outpouring of love and care for many years. She leaves unforgettable memories, loving stories, and great humor in her free-spirited personality. Her genuine smile, outgoing attitude, and compassionate heart will never be forgotten.

Olga is survived by her two sons, Elpidio Alcorta Ledesma Jr., Gabriel Alcorta Ledesma and his wife Margarita, and her daughter Gracy Jene Walker and her husband Jamey, 11 grandchildren: Elpidio III, Cynthia, Brandon, Alex, Gabriel Jr., Zachary, Joseph, Kristen, Britney, Ashlie and Jordyn, two great-grandchildren, and her siblings: Pablo, Esther, Juan, Daniel, Jessie, Janie, Angie, Mario, Mary, and Hermina.

She is preceded in death by mother Carmelita Torrez and her father Pablo Alcorta and many other loving relatives.

She truly colored our world. Life will not be the same without her. We will miss our mother, our Yogi. Visitation will be at Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home on Thursday, March 28. 2019 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.


  • Visitation Thursday, March 28, 2019

Olga Alcorta Aceves

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