Let the memory of Jo be with us forever.
  • 71 years old
  • Born on February 10, 1948 in Kentucky, United States.
  • Passed away on February 12, 2019 in El Paso, Texas, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jo Oliver 71 years old , born on February 10, 1948 and passed away on February 12, 2019.

 She is survived by her Husband, Mike Taylor, her Sister, Sue Smith, her Son, Randy Berry, and her two daughters, Sandra Stone, and Loretta Hanna. She had 2 nephews and a niece, Chris Ulery, Mason Hise, and Sara Jo Hise.  She had three Grandblessings she adored, Jeremy Stone, Rebecca Barnes, and Shannon Haney. She also had three Great-Grandblessing, Severa Haney, Gavyn Haney, and Barrett Haney. 

  Jo went to the University of El Paso and graduated with a B.S. degree in 1974. She went on to Texas Tech in Lubbock Texas to get her degree in Medical Technology.  All while taking care of 3 children. She worked in the Medical field for years, and after fulfilling that career, went on to work at Skychefs for a major airline providing meals for passengers.  

 She had a love for all animals,  and really enjoyed crafts, painting, and cooking. She also enjoyed the company of her family for Sunday Dinner and Dallas Cowboy Football. Jo loved gardening,  and Purple Irises were some of her favorites. She loved country dancing with her husband, Mike, and old time rock n roll. She used to race sports cars when she was younger, and is now racing her Corvette to the Big Keno Machine The The Sky.    Jo was filled with a determination and passion she passed on to her family...We will remember her forever.

     

Posted by Marinabernadett Long on 6th March 2019
I have so many great memories of you. You are truly missed and loved.
Posted by Sandra Collett on 5th March 2019
I met Jo when she began working at Methodist Hospital Lab, not long after Randy was born. We became steadfast friends immediately. She was so full of life, so funny, so beautiful and so very very intelligent. We had so many "adventures" in those days in Lubbock. I remember the night we set up a tent in her backyard so her two girls and my two boys (all about the same age) could "camp out". A few hours later they all came rushing into the house, as they had been telling ghost stories and scared themselves silly. Of all of her marvelous skills and talents I loved her "turkey walk" the most. It always made me laugh so hard. We stayed in touch after we both left Lubbock but weren't able to see each other as often as I wish. I went with her to Las Vegas once, and we watched the people waddle out of the all-you-can-eat buffet, laughing at them, then proceeded to eat until WE waddled out, laughing at ourselves. Jo was many things to many people, for me she was joy and laughter, love and kindness, and a sister-hood that will go on forever. I love you, I've always loved you Josephus. My heart goes out to Sandra, Lori and Randy, as well as Mike and Sue.
Posted by Loretta Hanna on 5th March 2019
Miss you, Momma.
Posted by Sandra Stone on 4th March 2019
Mom, not a day goes by that I do not remember something we have or have not done together. I will miss the days of calling your for advice, help, or just to hear your thoughts of how you were doing. I Love You, Mom.

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