Beloved Longtime Lincoln Heights Community Business Owner (Sloan's Cleaners on Broadway at Sichel) Norma Olivo Passes Away
Norma Olivo standing outside of Sloan's Cleaners on Sichel Street in Lincoln Heights.
** Blogger's Note: Its with profound sorrow that I join many in the Lincoln Heights Community in mourning the unexpected passing of longtime Sloan's Cleaners Owner Norma Olivo. Olivo passed away Sunday at home in the company of family members. Sloan's Cleaners on the corner of Broadway and Sichel has been a Lincoln Heights Business Institution for decades as many entered its doors with wrinkled wear and smiled on the way out with cleaned, press clothing, while happily engaging in pleasant platitudes with Norma. The care that Olivo took in making her business a community success, was also extended to the surrounding community as she and her older daughter Erika Gallo, took the lead in gathering petitions to successfully place a Stop Light at the Broadway and Sichel Intersection after serveral pedestrians were hit in attempting to cross the busy Broadway thoroughfare. Services for Norma Olivo are schedule for ............,
Friday, 12/19 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, 12/20 10:30 a.m.
both at Sacred Heart of Jesus Church
2210 Sichel Street
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Our thoughts are with daughters, former LincolnHeights Neighborhood Council Vice-President Erika Gallo, Leslie Skellington and the Olivo Family, during this time of profound loss---Scott Johnson.
Candles placed by an unidentified party, in tribute to the longtime owner of Sloan's Cleaners.
Tribute to the Loving Mother of Leslie Skellington and Erika Gallo.
With Sincere Respects ....................
Labels: Erika Gallo, Leslie Skellington, Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council, Norma Olivo