95 Year Old WW 2 Hero Liberated From Exploiter/Guardian Jared Shafer, Celebrates New Year with Family
By Steve Miller
LAS VEGAS - On September 23, 2010, WW 2 hero Guadalupe Olvera, then 91, ordered his daughter Becky and son-in-law, Bob Schultz, to rescue him from the quasi-legal guardianship of Las Vegas for-hire "guardian" Jared E. Shafer of Professional Fiduciary Services of Nevada, Inc. (PFSN).
Lured by promises made in glossy brochures sent to them by Del Webb Corporation, Guadalupe and his late wife, Carmela, moved to Sun City Anthem several years before her death, leaving family and friends behind in California.
Several years passed, and Carmela died. Days after Carmela's passing, it was discovered that the Olveras were wealthy. Appointed Clark County Guardianship Commissioner Jon Norheim was notified, and Guadalupe was immediately made a ward of the court and assigned PFSN guardians Jared Shafer and Patience Bristol (Bristol is now in Nevada State Prison for elder exploitation.)