Kelly Ann (Pruitt) Ollivares entered this world October 27, 1960 and went back to the Lord on February 7, 2007. Kelly is survived by her loving family, husband Glen Ollivares, son Ryan Roberts of Newhall, CA, daughter Shannan Roberts, parents, Deacon Richard and Nancy Pruitt of Manhattan Beach, CA, and brothers, Michael (Maria) of San Diego, CA and Brian of Los Alamitos, CA. Although her passing is mourned by many, we all know she is at peace and free of her pains. Always a devoted daughter, wife and mother, Kelly enjoyed many hobbies as well as her computer work. Funeral Mass will be Saturday, February 17, 2007 at 11AM at American Martyrs Church, Manhattan Beach with committal in Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to your favorite charity.

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  1. Glen, I am very saddened to hear of Kelly’s passing. We had a lot of fun playing golf at the Hideaway and I enjoyed conversations with Kelly very much. You two were a match made in heaven and my heart goes out to you and all of Kelly’s family. We have all lost a wonderful person that touched so many lives. Glen, once again, I am so sorry. Please take care of yourself.

  2. Glen, My deepest sympathy goes out to you. Jennifer and Kristin always spoke so highly of Kelly and always said what a sweetheart she is. Take care and be well our prayers are with you during this very difficult time. We love you Kim and Chelsea Wixom-Braden

  3. Glen and family, We are sorry to hear of your loss. Kelly was a wonderful friend and person to us and she will be missed. You will always be in our prayers.

  4. Glen & family, I am very saddened with loss of Kelly. Such a sweet person! Her spirit will live on, as she was such a dear, fun loving & cheerful girl. Glen, so sad for you. Truly, she was the love of your life, and sole mate. I have you in my thoughts and prayers. For Kelly’s family, parents, sibblings, and children I’m sorry for your loss. Your also in my thoughts & prayers. Loving memories of Kelly, Kay Rich

  5. Dear Glen: You and Kelly have been very specially in our prayers these last few months. It was such a gift to get to journey with both of you in RCIA. The depth of your love for one another was so solid and joyful. One day a few months back you mentioned how important it was for you to care for her – no matter what. I was so reminded of meeting Kelly one day a few years back. When we parted all I could remember about the conversation was her smile and that her greatest wish was to be the wife you needed. You were both 100% for the other. Your love was and is a gift to all of us. Take care of yourself, Glen. You are in our prayers.

  6. Kelly and I went to Mira Costa together and spent many fun times away from school also. I had my daughter Lisa and when she had Ryan and Shannan we would get together so the kids could play. Kelly was a great friend and mother. I will miss her. I’m really sorry over the years we lost touch. God be with you Kelly!

  7. Dad I heard about Kelly’s passing, couldn’t really send ya here I am writing you, hope you doing ok. VANEESA.

  8. I will always remember Kelly for her warm heart and wonderful wit. Take comfort that she is no longer in pain and with Christ, in whom she believed so deeply.

  9. Dear Nancy and Family, We were so sorry to hear of the death of your beloved daughter. I will not be able to attend her Mass as I will be in Cornerstone this weekend. I will especially be praying for the repose of her soul during this weekend. With our deepest sympathies and love. God Bless You, Virginia and Jim Hartinger

  10. Dearest Glen and Family, May Our Lord, Our God be with all of you at this most difficult time. Although I personally (Martha) never got to meet your wife or you, I “feel” that I did know her, and knew of her. When our eldest daughter Marisol got married in 2005, Kelly helped Marisol tremendously. Her kind spirit, laughter, concern and generosity showed throughout Kelly’s whole being. I’ve been told as well that the reason why Glen is so darn tall is the fact that Kelly fed Glen enough to feed an army. That Kelly’s kind heart, was proven through what she put in Glen’s lunchbox. Kelly put the rest of us wives to shame, including myself (Martha). Iknow that God is in great company, because My own Mother went home to the Lord just three weeks ago, and Kelly is probably “helping” my Mom, and “they” are all having beautiful dinners with our Lord. May you find your strength with everyones prayers, and may God be with all of you at this most difficult time. We Love you all, The Garcias- Gerardo “jerry”, Martha, Marisol, Maricela, Marissa and Stephen. p.s. and Macho the mut, too.

  11. Glen I wish I would have known Kelly better she was very nice the few times I met her.two things I did know about her she was a very good cook and she made you happy.

  12. To My Uncle Glen: I am so sorry for your loss. Kelly will be greatly missed. I will always remember her warm heart and caring concerns for our family when my dad passed away. Like dad used to say uncle,” It’s not Good Bye”, It’s Bye Bye for now” I love you uncle and aunt Kelly

  13. Uncle Glen I am so sorry for your loss. Kelly was a sweetheart and we will miss her deeply. These past couple years we have grown closer together and shared some wonderful times as a family. We love and miss you aunt Kelly.

  14. Dear Glenn, Russ and I were so sorry to here about the loss of your Dear beloved Kelly. We had some Fun times at the Hide Away. She warmed the hearts of everyone that knew her as well as yours. When ever we look back and remember people you and Kelly allways come to mind. We remember how much you both loved each other when ever we talked with you we could feel it also.Glenn our hearts and prayers are with you. With Love, Russ and Candi

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