Meet our lola team

We are a family owned company with a heart for our community. Our team focuses on outreach and connections to help our Advocates and Vendors to provide the services our community needs.


 Nathan Pipoly | Chief operations Officer

LOLA was founded by Esther Pipoly in 2017. Her son, Nathan Pipoly, soon joined her to become her Chief Operations Officer.
Nathan’s role as visionary is to ensure that all of the services offered by LOLA through our Advocates and Vendors runs smoothly and is cost effective for both the company and our clients.

LOLA’s Co-Founder, grew up in San Antonio, Texas and has first-hand knowledge about losing a loved one and the impact that loss has on family members. Having lost his father and grandfather just 63 days apart in 2014, Nathan not only felt the devastating loss but saw what his own mother experienced as she settled two estates while grieving. When life began to normalize, his mother, Esther Pipoly, had developed the concept of helping others through similar situations and thus, Loss of Life Advocates came to be. Together they have designed a program that will enable everyone experiencing a loss or illness to protect and to preserve their legacy and to reclaim precious time with loved ones. In his free time, Nathan enjoys traveling, the outdoors, and spending time with family.


Adyn pipoly | Community relations advocate

In 2018 Adyn, Esther’s daughter, moved from Denver, Colorado to join LOLA as Community Relations Advocate.
Adyn’s role is to be the voice of LOLA at community events educating others about what we do.

Adyn also a native of San Antonio, Texas enjoys nature to the fullest extent. Her interests lie in horseback riding, hiking, music and exploring the world. Her love of yoga and living healthy led her to obtain instructor certifications gaining her more than 500 hours of yoga education as well as Level 1 and 2 Reiki certifications. Adyn, along with her brother, Nathan, have been pillars in the foundation and support of building Loss of Life Advocates with their mother after the sudden losses of their grandfather and father in a span of 63 days in 2014. Their hope is to help families and individuals prepare for and process through life transitions with quality time to spend with their loved ones before transitioning and time to grieve later. Adyn presents her perspective as a daughter affected by loss as well as her viewpoint while watching her mother struggle through grief while working, closing her husband’s law practice and his estate while also closing out the estate of her father.

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erik saenz | Business developement

In 2019, Erik Saenz joined the team to lead the Division of Business Development for LOLA.
In addition to lending his voice to educating our community about LOLA, Erik reaches out to local businesses to offer LOLA for Individuals, Families, Business Owners and Companies.