Belinda Olivo Perez was born in San Antonio, Texas on September 3, 1962. She received her associates degree from San Antonio College and also attended Incarnate Word University. As a young lady she was a high school state qualifier in the 4 x 100 sprint relay and also participated on a Junior Olympics team. She received many tournament awards in Karate and basketball during high school. Later in life she took up natural bodybuilding and also entered a San Antonio pageant. The two most important accomplishments in her life included the birth of her daughters, Alexis Reaux and Briana Reaux. She accepted Christ as her Savior during her young life and was full of love for people.
Belinda is survived by her daughters, 17 year old Alexis Reaux and 15 year old Briana Reaux both of San Antonio, Texas. She is survived by her mother, Cristina Wilkins from Madison, Wisconsin and preceded in death by her father, Heriberto Perez, Jr. She is also survived by her sisters Sylvia Romero of Blanco, Texas and Dee Tesch of Madison, Wisconsin and by her brothers Pierre Perez of Blanco, Texas and Charles Perez of Wausau, Wisconsin. Belinda also leaves behind a sister-in-law Andrea Perez and her brother-in-laws Celestino Romero, Jr. and Peter Tesch. Her nieces Cierra Perez and Estrella Tesch and nephews Herby Romero, Cele Romero III, Joseph Romero, Cody Perez, Isaiah Perez, Azariah Perez, Alexander Perez, Skyler Tesch, and Elijah Tesch will miss her greatly. Belinda also leaves behind her half sisters Dorothy Perez, Clene Perez, and Jen Hernandez. In addition, she is survived by her special friend and her daughters’ father Kevin Reaux.
Belinda was also preceded in death by both her maternal and paternal grandparents: Pedro Olivo, Dolores Olivo, Heriberto Perez, Sr., and Candida Perez.