VisitationSchertz Funeral Home
Schertz, TX 78154
On the night of August 1, 2021, Olga Neave’s golden heart stopped beating, her hard-working hands at rest, Olga grew wings to be with God. Olga is preceded in death by her loving parents, Frank and Trini Brown.
Olga is survived by her three sons, Roy, Xavier, Frankie; three daughters, Victoria, Angela, and Maria; nineteen grandchildren, Raegan, Ellie, Gabriel, Nina, Andrea, Areiana, Andy, Xavier, Jaxon, Fernando, Dayton, Max, Anson, Azaleya, Remo, Asia, Caleb, Castiel, Andrew; five great-grandchildren, A’laniz, A’leyia, Alison, Jordan, Scarlett and numerous nieces and nephews.
Olga was born on Wednesday, September 23, 1953 in Natalia, Texas. Throughout her years, Olga moved between Wisconsin and Texas. As Olga raised her young family, she developed a passion and talent that led her to proudly graduate from Cosmetology School in 1983. Her ability to style people’s hair fit her personality as she was filled with an abundance of care and compassion. Her flair quickly caught the eyes of her children and grandchildren who frequently requested their own hair appointments with her. These new hairstyles were visible, except during football season as the family proudly wore their CHEESEHEAD gear. Olga took great pride in rooting for her football team, the Green Bay Packers. Olga maintained a simplistic lifestyle but always stood out as she consistently wore green and gold, these colors allowed her to have a huge following of friends with all types of backgrounds. Her soft heart welcomed everyone whether it was during shopping adventures to Flea Markets, gathering a group to dance “cumbias”, perfecting her green thumb, or trading capirotada recipes. Olga found great pleasure in cooking and feeding her family. Our mom’s countless meals provided a family bond, especially teaching her young grandchildren how to make tortillas.
Olga loved spending time with family and friends, those who knew her best quickly realized how loving and caring she was. Most importantly, you have touched the lives of all who knew you. Nana, por favor, descansa en paz.