Javier Loya is a Mexican-American business entrepreneur known as the CEO of OTC Holdings and part-owner of the Houston Texans football team. He is married to Lucinda Vincent – Loya whom he met between 1993 – 94 when he started his company, Choice Energy LP. They are blessed with two children, Ana Loca Loya and Elena Loya.
The family of five is living their best life thanks to Javier’s astounding wealth and a net worth of $5 million.
When Javier’s kids were growing up, they had the kind of upbringing every child could dream of. Their parents fully supported them at the 30th Annual Houston Chronicle Best Dressed Luncheon at the Westin Galleria Hotel on Wednesday, March 28, 2012.
Javier’s wife, Lucinda, is known for her creative prowess, stylish fashion sense, and colorful revitalization of her family’s Kentucky home. Her 50th birthday, documented properly by CultureMap, showcases a woman living her life to the fullest surrounded by friends and business associates. Javier’s Wife, Lucinda Loya, is 59 years old, while Javier, who was born on February 2, 1969, is 54 years old.
So let’s get a closer look at Javier’s wife and daughters.
Who is Javier Loya Wife, Lucinda Vincent Loya?
Lucinda Vincent Loya is an interior designer known in Texas for her gorgeous house designs. She was born in February 1964 in Southern Indiana, United States, with a single mom and two brothers, and started working at age 10.
Growing up wasn’t as lush as it is for her now. She moved to Houston in middle school when she was 12 and then to Tennessee. By 16, she was staying alone, aspiring to be a movie star because that’s the only path to prosperity she could imagine, but it turned out that interior designing took her to even greater heights.
She started working in interior design in 2003; at that time, she was already married to Javier and had given birth to her first daughter, Ana Luca.
She has worked in Uptown Sushi for a while and has an office in Houston Design Center. She has fallen in love with interior design and puts time and effort into it. Some of her works have been featured in national magazines, tv shows, and an episode of HGTV’s Selling New York.
In 2005, she welcomed her second daughter, Elena. Her interior design company, Lucinda Loya Interiors, was established in March 2010.
Lucinda Loya received the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America’s Women of Distinction Award 2018. She is also a two-time honoree of the Houston Chronicle’s Best Dressed list benefiting The March of Dimes.
You would expect the likes of Lucinda to be on television for TV shows like The Real Housewives of Houston. The show’s portrayal of extravagance and “fakeness” does not fit into her personality. Instead, she appeared in a more real tv show, an hour-long TV show, True America, directed by John Henion, which aired on December 2011. True American covered the exact life of Lucinda and Javier Loya without scripting or rehearsed acting.
Javier Loya’s Daughters: Ana Luca Loya and Elena Loya
If you do not look closely, you may not tell Javier’s children from their mother. A distinct difference is their hair color – Lucinda has a darker hair color.
Javier Loya’s daughters are Ana Luca and Elena Loya, born in 2003 and 2005. They are both at the University of Southern California and are 20 years old and 18 years old, respectively.
Ana Luca attended The Kinkaid School before she went to Houston County High School and then to USC. She is a Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority member, one of the oldest and largest women’s Greek-letter organizations, with chapters at numerous universities and colleges.
Javier’s children are on social media but set their accounts to private.