Ms. Olga Petrov

Ms. Olga Petrov

Ms. Olga Petrov

Ms. Olga Petrov
June 28, 1955 – October 18, 2020

Olga Nitha Petrov was born on June 28, 1955 in Lima, Peru. She emigrated to the United States in her teens where she married and had two sons. Olga was a beautiful and extremely bright woman. She enjoyed her work in the accounting field. Olga had a fiery personality and everyone around her enjoyed her sense of humor. She loved dancing, reading horror novels, and brain puzzles. She was a dedicated mother and proud grandmother. She gave everything she had to her two surviving sons Paul and Daniel Eberly. She also leaves behind a big loving family including daughter-in-law Jackie Eberly, three grandchildren—Brandon, Peyton, and Paris Eberly. Also, her brother James Koller and stepfather Thomas Koller. As well as uncles—Elias Baez, Victor “Tito” Baez, Jose Luis Baez and aunts—Eva Villanueva, Lupe Maria Robson, and Gladys Baez Terry. She was preceded in death by her mother Yvonne Koller and sister Sylvia Lee, both of whom she missed greatly.


Daniel C Eberly II

November 8, 2020, 3:21 am

My mother Olga Nitha Petrov was the most amazing woman I’ve ever met. She was the most adoring honest mother anyone could ask for. I love her with all that i am. I want to add my brother into this as we are in too much heartache at this time. We just found out 2 weeks after our dear mothers death. I don’t know exactly what to say in full. Olga was an accountant and the best at it. She struggled from strokes not able to be helped by anyone. I’d like to say I took care of her for 6 years paid by state of Virginia as she took care of me. I owed that to her. She was a fighter. She never let anything take her down or beat her. The depression sat in laid in bed but i tried to push her to get up out of bed. I am the youngest as my brother is 4 years older than myself. My name is Daniel Eberly. Petrov was her maiden name. I will never forget the laughs we had. Olga was very very humorous. She had a pure genuine heart so sensitive and caring. She would do anything for anyone and to raise two boys the way she did and anything needed to provide for us both she did. She was born in Lima Peru. Always spoke of her father and now she finally gets to see him again with her mother. She is with her parents looking over us. I feel her inside me. Her spirit filled me. I owe her the appreciation to say thank you for showing me this life and world in all ways imaginable. She was my best friend. She is still and will always be. I can go on and on, but I have said enough. My brother will post condolence as well. I will end with this. Mom I adore you, love you infinite unending and I will see you again.

Jackie Eberly

November 14, 2020, 2:42 pm

My mother in law Olga was one of the strongest women I’ve ever known. She was an amazing Mother and Grandmother and we will cherish the memories we have of her forever. While she did not have the opportunity to meet our youngest in person we take comfort that Paris seems to bear a beautiful resemblance to the Grandma who loved her so. I know that we will see her again one day, until then we will do our best to make her proud of this little family. God bless you mom, rest easy now.

Maria Robson

November 15, 2020, 4:44 pm

Sorry about Olga,is unbelievable to accept this. Keep in touch love you all.

Anne Rainer

December 2, 2020, 11:36 pm

While I never had the honor to meet Olga, we share the same beautiful grandchildren…So many of her amazing qualities will live on in her children and grandchildren. Her memory and spirit are present in her grandchildren who love and miss her dearly.. Her strength is carried on by her oldest son, who is raising her grandchildren to remember her and to honor her by living their lives to the fullest. I look forward to meeting Olga one day in Heaven, and sharing the stories of both her life lived, and the adventures yet to be lived through her sons and grandchildren.. Praying for peace for her remaining family until we all meet again..

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