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Olivia Anne (Warren) Harper
January 27, 1977 ~ January 22, 2024 (age 46) 46 Years Old
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Olivia Anne Warren Harper was born on January 27, 1977, to Jennifer Elayne Tyre and Jerry Wayne Warren of Jesup, GA.
She grew up with older brother Gabe Warren (Caren) and sister Rebecca Chester (Jon). She spent her early life running bare foot through the swamps and hunting with her dad.
She graduated with honors from Wayne Co. High School. She attended Andrew College in Cuthbert, GA. She played softball and had her number retired at Andrew College. She represented the school at the Jr. College National Honor Society Convention. She was the top scholar her freshman year and was president of the honor society.
She then attended Auburn University studying animal and dairy science. She graduated in December 1999, while there She met and married Ronald V. Haper at the Orlando Florida LDS Temple.
She moved to Bern Idaho with her husband in February 2000 where they raised their 6 daughters, Emily Anne (Colton) Hislop age 22, Celeste age 17, Samantha age 15, Jennifer Isabella age 13, Arianna age 10, and Dixie age 6.
She was preceded in death by her Grandparents Jerry and Aline Warren, Linwood and Helen Tyre, and her brother-in-law David Harper and sister-in-law Jennifer (Reese) and Uncle and Aunt Donald and Annette Tyre.
Olivia battled cancer with a smile for over six years. She loved hunting with her family and by herself. She enjoyed fishing, cooking, the outdoors and loved animals. She worked at the vet clinics and drove the school bus.
She especially loved her daughters, spending all the time she could with them, taking them to activities and fun places like the beach. She was very caring and kind to everyone, going out of her way to serve others. She was loved by all she met. She always had a smile and kind words and was happy.
She served faithfully in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. She always strived to be Christlike. She will be greatly missed.
She is survived by her husband, daughters, parents, siblings and in laws.
On behalf of the family, we wish to thank all the Doctors, Nurses, and employees at the hospital for all their time, attention, and care for Olivia, and thanks to all for their attendance at the services.
The funeral service will be live streamed on Schwab Matthews Mortuary Facebook page. To watch the live stream, go to their Facebook page, follow, and the funeral will begin streaming once the service starts. It will be available to watch after the service as well.