Olga Rada Death, Obituary – We are deeply saddened by the news that Olga Rada is no longer with us. Her passing came after the passing of her husband, Antonio Soria Rada, who had preceded her in death. Her husband had passed away before she did. It was him who arrived first, before she did. He beat her to the scene. Olga L. Rada is survived by her sons; Antonio Rada Jr.,Alfredo Rada, Jose Daniel Rada, Josue Eli Rada, her daughters; Olivia Rada, Patricia Rada and Marisela Rada. She has a huge number of grand children as well as great grand children, in addition to her three brothers, Salvador Garza, Enrique Garza, and Mario Garza.

In addition, she has a significant number of grandchildren. Her sisters’ names are Irma Camacho and Sylvia Sandoval, and she also has a significant number of grandkids and great-grandchildren. Her sisters are named after her. Visitation for Olga L. Rada will begin on Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at three in the afternoon and continue until nine in the evening. Friends and relatives of Olga L. Rada will have the opportunity to pay their respects to her during the visitation, which will begin at three in the afternoon and continue until nine in the evening.

At the Salinas Funeral Home Chapel of the Heavens in Weslaco, where visitation will continue on Thursday, December 22, 2022 from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., there will be a prayer ceremony held on both Thursday and Friday evenings at 7:00 PM. At ten o’clock in the morning on Friday, December 23, 2022, there will be a Chapel Service performed at the Salinas Funeral Home in Weslaco, which is also known as the Chapel of the Heavens. The service will be held in honor of the deceased.

It was decided that the event would take place on this particular day at this particular time. After that, the funeral procession is scheduled to make its way to the Val Verde Memorial Gardens in Donna where the burial will take place. The Salinas Funeral Home in Weslaco has been tasked with the job of making all of the essential preparations for the funeral, which were previously delegated to them by the family.