Diaz, Olga

February 24, 1986 - May 7, 2017

Olga Diaz, age 31, of Plano, Texas passed away on May 07, 2017 at home.  She was born on February 24, 1986 in Santiago Maravatio, Guanajuato, Mexico to Primitivo Diaz and Elvia Murillo.

After graduating from Plano Senior High School in 2005, she attended and received an Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from Collin Creek College in 2008.  She continued her education and obtained her Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from The University of Texas-Dallas in 2011.  Her most recent position was with Christus Health in Irving, Texas.  She loved learning, acting, and playing the piano.

She is survived by her boyfriend, Adam Field; parents Primitivo and Elvia Diaz of Plano; brother Armando Diaz and wife Trinidad of Oak Cliff; brother Primitivo Diaz and wife Sylvia of Dallas; sister Ivonne Andrade and husband Ricardo of Frisco; sister Rafaela Diaz-Soto and husband Guadalupe of Ft. Worth; brothers Esteban Diaz, Antonio Diaz, and Jose Diaz of Plano; and numerous loving nieces and nephews.

A Visitation will be held at Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Homes in Dallas, Texas on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 from 6-9 pm. The rosary will begin at 7 pm with a service at 8 pm.  Also, please join us at Saint Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church in Plano, Texas on Thursday, May 11, 2017 for a special remembrance mass at 10:30 a.m.


Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252

19 replies on “Diaz, Olga”

Jeremy Allen Garza Nuckolls says:

In school olga was one of my dearest friends. She never judged me, was always willing to be a shoulder to lean on and she has the most contagious laugh. I love you “O.D.” (As she always wanted to be called) I’ll never forget you. Our group of friends will never forget you.

Randy says:

Prayers to the family from the Harding’s

Roshell Fields says:

Such a beautiful person and full of life. Being around Olga was to be in an atmosphere of high spirits and fun energy. She always had a smile on her face.

Noe Garza says:

A good friend to my daughter, Kristen, and to our family. She visited us often. She was part of our extended family. Olga was a bright spirit, always cheerful and full of hope. She will be greatly missed.

Andromeda Artist says:

Olga was such a special person. She was dedicated to her family, and her job. She strived to her best in everything while I knew her at Christus.

Shannon Bowen says:

Olga always had a positive outlook on things and loved to make people smile. I will miss our little talks in the mornings. She was a special person and will be missed.

Antonio Carter says:

Please accept my heartfelt condolences, I have warm memories of your baby, sister aunt, and many more hats she wore. My prayers are with you and family and this time of need.
Antonio Carter

Jeremy T says:

I remember sitting down with Olga at work and she was working on the art design for our decoration contests. She was smiling and pretty excited about telling me all about her vision for the decoration. She was truly a remarkable person. I am glad that I got to know her and my deepest sympathy for all that were touched by her.

Imelda says:

Ogla will remain in our hearts forever. I pray the love of God enfolds you during your journey through grief. Please accept my most heartfelt sympathies for your loss.

charla fletcher says:

I met her in the spring of 2005 at the Hendrick Scholarship interviews, and ever since she had a very special place in my heart and was like my kid. She brighten every room she entered and was so very full of life. We are all better off having had her in our lives. My heart is sad for all of her family and friends since I know this will be hard to get past.

Kari Silva says:

Olga was very sweet and she will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this time of loss.

Ana Chavez (Quiteño) says:

Olga was the sweetest friend we all had. Always smiling, making us smile. Will miss you.
– Ana Banana

Merly says:

One of the most Kindhearted person I’ve ever met! Olga, you will be greatly missed.

Tamber Stout says:

Olga was always a bright and shining star. She was a dedicated, caring, and hard working individual and nothang meant more to her than her family and friends. She was an angel living among us for a short period of time, so that we could learn to love as passionately as she and she built my faith by her love for the Lord. He has called her back to Him so she can rest in peace and have a happiness that we only dream of. I am so grateful she touched my life and her suffering has ended forever. May we all be as warm and touching as her.

Jackie F says:

I am so sorry for your loss. Olga was one of the most pure people that I knew. She had a huge heart. She was always happy and energetic. I am sure she is looking over all of her family.

Cassidy Kennedy says:

I remember the first time I ever met Olga. We were all on set; Adam filming and Olga standing to the side ready to be of any assistance. The whole day I thought she was a new PA I’d never met and planned on thanking her for her silent diligence. Before I got the chance to give this thanks from our team, she was introduced to me! I don’t even remember exactly what it was but only one sentence was said before she was embracing me. The kind of hug that stays on your heart for the rest of the day. From day one (I unfortunately didn’t get MANY with her) she was overflowing with this genuine appreciation for all things that could be felt in the lighthearted way she would look at you as well as the seriousness with which she took being a part of ANYthing. The empathetic nature that lived inside of Olga repeatedly inspired me to live and love in a way that could leave even a slightly similar impression as the one she left in me. She loved so openly, her heart was home to many I’m sure she was unaware even knew her name. Thank you to Olga’s family for bringing such a light into this world, I’m a better person for having met her. I will miss her on the days love is harder to feel, and will be thinking of Adam and her family in this devastating time. Namaste, that word was made for beings like her.

Stefanie Molnar says:

Olga was a wonderful coworker and friend! She always had a smile on her face and love in her heart. She was a goofball and enjoyed teasing me and being teased by me. I will miss your smile, your laughter, and her spirit. She always talked about her birds and that I reminded her of them. (Silly, I know!) Today something told me to wear my bird earrings, and then I learned of Olga’s passing. I heard you Olga! I will miss you dearly.
My condolences to her family and loved ones. We will never forget you!! <3 <3

Brooke Scalf says:

Olga was an amazing person and a best friend. She was more than just a friend to me, she was like a big sister who would always look out for me and give me advice. I could always count on her to be there when I needed someone. She has such a sweet and loving soul, she would always be the first to welcome someone with a hug and a warm smile. She was a beautiful person inside and out and I will never forget her. I love you and miss you chuchos!

Diana Rubel says:

Olga was part of my work family. What a blessing to know her – such a sweet spirit and a smile that lit up our department. I will miss her determination to be the very best she could be, whether that was in the work she produced or in her personal life. She was such a JOY to be around. I will miss her dearly! May God Bless each one of you in this very difficult time.

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