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Olivia Nole

Olivia (Dee) Nole passed away unexpectedly on December 23rd, 2022.  She was born in Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10th, 1951 to Fred and Margaret Robinson.  She found a home in Imperial Valley California where she lived for many years, made many friends and took great pride in her work. She has 4 beautiful daughters – Vetie, Tamira, KeAndria (Cho) & Alyessa.

Dee absolutely lit up a room the moment she entered.  She was often the center of attention making everyone (young and old) feel comfortable.   When the music hit, Dee was up and dancing. Dee was the favorite to so many because she made every person feel like they were her favorite.  Her blunt honesty and quick wit would have you blushing while you are on the ground laughing for hours. She loved all her siblings so much. It wasn’t uncommon to hear her brag about how many brothers and sisters she had before rattling off all their names in order of birth. She is an amazing mom that was so proud of all her kids, grandkids and great grandkids.  She is one of a kind hard working duck and we will miss her greatly.

Dee is survived by her 4 daughters – Vetie, Tamira, KeAndria (Cho) & Aleyssa. Her 8 grandchildren – Breana, Jerwan, KeAndria, Avona, KeShawn, Wylie, Jamal & Jayden. 2 great grandchildren – Jhalil & Nolicia.  Son-in-laws Shawn, Herman and Canic. Her siblings – Freddie (Bo), Carolyn, Willie Stean, Joe, Belinda, Brenda, Glenda, Bennie, Marsha, Martha, Gerald, Marcia and Krystal; and Fred, Ziporah, Bobrie Paxton.  Along with many friends and coworkers.

Services for Dee will be Saturday, December 31st, 2022 from 9am – Noon at Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home, 4800 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix AZ, 85018
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