Beatrice Perez

December 3rd

Beatrice Olivo Perez was born December 31, 1960 in San Antonio Texas. She passed at 9:05am on Friday December 3, 2021 at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne Indiana. On December 21, 1979 she married Josue V. Perez. They had four children together, Israel Perez of Syracuse, Indiana, Josue Perez Jr.(Angela Comeaux Perez) of Willis, Texas, Nadia Perez of Cromwell, Indiana and Samuel Perez(Annie Havana Meier) of San Diego, California, all of whom survive her. She is also survived by four grandchildren, Nicole, Alexander,  Alivia, and Aniyah Perez. As well as eight siblings Pete Olivo, Teresa Rivera, Rosalinda Hernandez, Cynthia Olivo, Juan Olivo, Simona Flores, Raul Olivo, and Lorenzo Olivo. She was preceded in death by her parents Juan & Simona Garces Olivo, as well as her sister Sara Mello.

She was a hardworking mother, with a big heart and a love of life. She worked for a time as the ESL teacher at Syracuse Elementary School. She loved music, and dancing, despite whatever pain she was in at the time. She was a painter and poetry writer. She usually merged these two hobbies to make cards for friends and family for all occasions. Her favorite vacations were ones spent with family, one of which was also shared with friends, a trip to see Brooklyn Bethel, in 1995, at that time that was the location of the World Headquarters of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

On July 11, 1987 she was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. She loved to share what she had learned about the Bible with others. She had strong faith in the Bible’s promise of a resurrection as shown in the example of Lazarus (John 11:32-44). As well as the promise of everlasting life (Isaiah 25:11) in Paradise on earth (Psalms 37:11).

She will be greatly missed by friends and family, and she will always and forever be loved.

Her Memorial Services were held on Zoom on Saturday, December 18, 2021.

Love, Hope, and Endurance”
Of all the words within our hearts it seems impossible to find, just the right word to say,
To make your sorrow go away.
We wonder, how we will survive,
Remembering our loved one is no longer alive.
It is to God’s strength we reach out for endurance,
And it is through His Word we find reassurance.
To know somewhere above the sky,
There exists a God who does not lie.
He promises everlasting life,
To those whom to do his will do strive.
No pain, no sorrow, no passing away,
Enjoying life to the fullest each day.
When love will all hearts by then have filled,
And everlasting life will have been fulfilled.
By: Beatrice Perez

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