Olivia Peinado Vidaurri (1951-2021)

Olivia Peinado Vidaurri, 69, died suddenly February 20, 2021, at Ascension Seton Hospital in Kyle TX. She was born on June 13, 1951 in Durango, Mexico, the daughter of Samuel Peinado and Maria Ignacia Diaz.

Olivia was the oldest of four children. At a young age, she was selfless and kind. She cared and helped raise her siblings alongside her mother. She became driven, dedicated and a leader. She graduated from college majoring in English and Accounting. Soon after her first divorce she made her way to Houston, Texas to begin a new life with the help of a good family friend, Emma Ocanas. She worked at the Rivoli restaurant for 6 years and sold Tiara dishware. While selling Tiara, she met the love her life Enrique Ocanas Vidaurri, 3 months later they married and moved to Austin in January of 1982. 

She began her career at the Hyatt Regency in Austin, she moved from Garde Manger Sous chef to housekeeping supervisor to accountant. She had three beautiful children and continued to find time for additional jobs in marketing and sales such as, Herbalife, Mary Kay, Avon, Organo Gold, and her last one being Vida Divina. She enjoyed crocheting, baking, cooking, arts and crafts, and the list goes on. She met many wonderful people along the way, each shaping her life into the amazing caring woman she was. She was a dedicated spouse, mother, daughter, sister, aunt and grandmother.  She was loving, caring, strong, and supportive. A FIGHTER. She had the smile that would light up a room. She never gave up on anyone, everyone had a chance to redeem themselves in her eyes. Her greatest accomplishments were her family. But her absolute most favorite job of all was being a grandma.

In addition to her father, Olivia was predeceased by her husband, Enrique Ocanas Vidaurri. Surviving, her mother, Maria Ignacia Diaz, her siblings, Alma Delia Martinez, Jose Rene Peinado Diaz, and Blanca Eugenia Trevino. Her sons Enrique Vidaurri Jr. and his wife Selina Vidaurri of Kyle; Samuel Vidaurri of Buda; daughter Veronica Vidaurri and her husband Alfonzo Bernal of Buda; 4 grandchildren, Lillianna Denise Vidaurri, Star Vivianna Vidaurri, Julian Enrique Bernal, Enrique Vidaurri III, and many nieces and nephews.

Following cremation, there will be a Celebration of Life Memorial Service at 3:00 p.m., Saturday, March 6, 2021 at Harrell Funeral Home of Kyle, 1715 Kirby, Kyle, TX 78640.  Tributes may be posted to Olivia’s Tribute Page at www.harrellfuneralhomes.com 

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