Eric Christian Olvera, 32, of Stephenville Tx passed away unexpectedly July 12, 2022. Eric was born in Dublin TX and grew up in Gorman and Cross Plains Tx.
Eric attended school in Gorman and Cross Plains. In the short time Eric had on this earth he touched so many people’s lives. Eric was a hardworking man who would do anything to provide and care for his family. Eric’s generosity was endless. His wife and two girls were his proudest accomplishments. Family meant everything to him. If you were ever in his presence music was always playing. Eric was always the life of every gathering making sure everyone was having a good time. Eric Olvera was preceded in death by: grandfather Estanislado Olvera, aunt Lydia Olvera, uncle Ricardo Olvera, aunt Barbara Fenley, and great grandmother Lois Grissom.
He is survived by his wife Sonia Hipolito and daughters Kailiana and Elliana Olvera, mother Anita Meyers and husband Rod Ryon, father Skeet Parker and wife Shannon Spate, grandmother Amelia Olvera, sister SummerOlvera and husband Juan Martinez niece McKenzie and nephew Dathen Martinez, sister Sahara Parker and niece’s Autumn Parker and Paisleigh Johnson, uncle Jose Olvera and sons Jonathan, Sheldon, and Trent, uncle Ruben Olvera and wife Becky and sons Jarred and Seth, daughters Desa and Ashley, aunt Maribel Olvera and son Ricardo Jr., cousins Melina and Conyn Sanchez. Grandparents Steve and Evelyn Parker, uncle David Parker and wife Bethany and daughter Amber and son Taylor, aunt Delilah Fournier and husband Russel, uncle Jeff Parker and wife Cindy and son Wyatt, aunt Stephanie Goble and husband Clayton and daughters Harmony and Sydney, and numerous extended family members.
Visitation 6:00-8:00 PM Tuesday July 19th at the Higginbotham Funeral Home in Gorman. Services will be held Wednesday July 20th at the Higginbotham Funeral Home in Gorman at 10:00 AM. Graveside at DeLeon Cemetery following service. Pastor Jody Forbus officiating. In lieu of flowers the family has set up an account for his daughters at the Texas Heritage Bank in Cross Plains, Texas.