Judith (Judy) J Oliverius

Judith (Judy) J Oliverius

Mrs. Judith J Oliverius, 79, passed away In Las Vegas, Nv on Saturday, June 2, 2018, after a long bout with  numerous Illnesses, surrounded by family.  Born on August 1, 1938 in Leavenworth, Kansas, she met our father, Robert L Oliverius and they were married on November 22, 1958.  Robert joined the United States Air Force and they started their family while traveling around the states.  After retiring from the Air Force In 1976, they settled
in Las Vegas, where Judy worked as a Food & Beverage auditor for different casinos. She is survived by her children: Douglas Oliverius (Janice), Diane Metz (Mark) and Juli Duffy. Grandchildren: Christina Vest (Brian), Markey Metz, Michael Ward (Jessica), Jennifer Manning (Nick), Brandi McKenzie (Sean) and Allison Oliverius.
Great grandchildren: KayLee Vest, AshLee Vest, Kayla Manning, Jameson Ward, Levi Metz, Braden McKenzie and Trey McKenzie.

6 Comments

  • kathy Clarke and Clayton Davis Posted June 19, 2018 6:01 pm

    I know how much you meant to your family, and you will always be in their hearts and memoires. Rest in Peace

  • Jessica Davis-Ward Posted June 19, 2018 6:06 pm

    A bright shinning star with a heart larger than ever! I am so blessed to be able to call this woman my family and gotten to love her, and be loved by her! She was so loved and will be missed by so many!

    • Doug & Janice Oliverius Posted June 21, 2018 12:06 pm

      Thank you for your kind words and thoughts. I know she loved you. Thank you for visiting her while she was in the hospital it always brightened her day.

  • Doug Oliverius Posted June 21, 2018 1:02 pm

    Though our mom is now with our dad watching down on us, she will be missed. It was so great spending these last few months with her as she battled daily. Some days better than others but everyday was a blessing. I believe I grew closer with her near the end as we spoke of the past (laughing and crying) and her interest in what my plans for the future were. She shared what she would like to see happen after her passing and she was at peace with what would happen next. She was still a fighter and still had a great sense of humor to the end; always joking about her situation and the nursing staff. She would always talk about family and friends and the importance of them in her life. She loved life and I know life misses her. She was a blessing.

  • Ken and Barbara Cox Posted June 23, 2018 4:05 pm

    Our sweet sister in law. You were a blessing to our family…always loving, kind, and charitable. We’ll cherish the laughs we had, and there were lots of laughs! You will be missed but our comfort comes from knowing you and Bob are reunited. Rest In Peace Judy Jo.

  • Mark Greenberg Posted June 26, 2018 10:27 pm

    To Judy and Family,
    My deepest condolences to all of you during a very difficult time. I know the loss of a mother is a very difficult event to go through. Time will heal your grief yet your love for Judith will never be forgotten. I wish you all peace and serenity.

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