On 5/21/17, Alde Oyanadel, received a calling, a kind of offer she was excited to begin. One for which she will not be returning. Alde was born in Rancagua, Chile. A creative, artistic, curly blonde. During and after her schooling she enjoyed acting in radio and community theater, where she met her husband.
They raised four lovely girls: Sonia and Pamela migrated with them to the US, and Cindy and Ingrid, who were born in New England.
Her daughters will remember her as the ultimate philosopher, her pursuit of healthy, holistic living, and her love and devotion for her church.
Her artistic nature and love of nature and creative arts and constant stimulation of the imagination were very important to her and she has left oil paintings and drawings that will be fondly cherished.
Alde was preceded in death by her parents, Manuel and Blanca Oyanadel, her brother Manuel, and her two sisters, Alicia and Adriana, and most recently her beloved great-grandson Harrison.
She is survived by her daughters, sisters Alina and Amelia, grandchildren: Dustin, Brandon, Tony, Melody, Eddie, Nick, CJ, Adiel, Adam, Stephanie, Randall; Great Grandchildren: Tristan, Jenna, Abigail, Jeffrey, Shawn, Harmony, Alexis, Sophia, Avery, Hadley, Blakely, Colin, Rylie and Aria.
As a woman of great faith, her new mission takes her to a celestial place where she will be socializing, dancing and teaching the children…
A family graveside service will be held at 10:30 AM on Friday, May 26, 2017 at Syracuse City Cemetery, 1250 South 1000 West, Syracuse, Utah.