In Memory

Kit Lynette Oliver (Samuel)

(This is the Obituary from her services flyer on Aug. 14, 2015 ~ as written by her niece Gail)

Kit Lynette Oliver-Samuel was born in Yuba City, California on June 1, 1957. Her life, fulfilled with many great adventures has left a significant impact on not only her family, but the community around her.

Unexpectedly, Kit went home to be with Lord Jesus on July 22, 2015. Through her last days were in Sacramento, California she was born and raised in Yuba City, California. She leaves behind two children, her daughter Shamava Samuel of Sacramento, her son Tyson Samuel of Yuba City, and four grandchildren, Tyson Samuel Junior of Yuba City, Amauri Steele, Ty'nen Samuel and Tania Samuel, all of Sacramento. Also, she leaves her four sisters, Pallie Jackson of Yuba City, Thelma Oliver of San Francisco, and Teresa Daniels and Deanna Oliver of Sacramento, and four brothers, Bernard Oliver and Charles Oliver of Florida, Eugene Oliver of Oregon and Arrelius "Skinner" Oliver of Yuba City.

She leaves behind a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, sisters, brothers and lifelong friends whom cherished and loved her throughout the years.

She is preceded in death by her beloved parents, Joe "Buck" and Emma Oliver of Yuba City. Her four brothers, James "Sunny" Oliver, Melvin Oliver, Bill Oliver and Andrew Oliver, all of Yuba City. Also, she is preceded by one sister, Joeva Green of Yuba City and one unsung angel of a granddaughter named Teah Samuel.

She is welcomed and comforted by all that have fallen and risen again to the gates of heaven. She is surrounded by the warmth of our thoughts and love from our hearts.

"...Love... Love... & Love To Be Loved"

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Kit Oliver-Samuel

of Sacramento, went home to be with Jesus on July 22, 2015. She was born and raised in Yuba City.
Services will be at 10am, Friday, August 14, 2015 at Sierra View Memorial Park. A celebration will follow at the Veterans Center on 17th Street in Marysville. Arrangements by Ullrey Memorial.
She will be greatly missed.
(This was in Appeal Democrat's Wednesday, August 12, 2015 Edition)
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