Lisa Anne Church

January 13, 1960 - December 4, 2017

In Loving Memory

Nancy and Paul, so deeply saddened to hear of Lisa's passing. I remember her fondly as the tag-along little sister I didn't have when our fathers were stationed together in Frankfurt, Germany. What a fulfilled and amazing life she had.
Kimberley Cartwright Hess
pittsboro, NC
I am sorry to hear of Lisa's passing. I was very fortunate to work with her on a number of marketing projects from 2008 to 2016. It was always a pleasure working with her and I felt she was more of a friend than a co-worker. She was such a kind person and always wanted to know how my family was doing and I knew she genuinely cared. She will be missed by those who knew her.
Scott Larsen
centerville, UT
My sincere and heartfelt sympathy upon learning of the passing of Lisa. Lisa was the kindness and most loving, caring and gracious person I have known. Not to mention her great sense of humor! We became friends while working together for several years at First Security and had remained in touch off and on since those years. Lisa always asked about my family, my golf game and how my three boys were doing. I will miss this great lady and know, with certainty, she is in a beautiful place continuing to touch lives, influence others and do great work . Jason and Julie Giles.
Jason Giles
heber city, UT
Lisa was part of the family when she and Kris lived in SF and Marin and we were able to get to know her. She is a beautiful and gracious soul who will never be forgotten. We are all the lucky ones for having known her. May you rest in peace Lisa, until we see you again. Our deepest condolences to Lisa's family and friends. Much love.
Cynthia Gorospe
crescent city, CA
Nancy, I can say for certain that I am a better person for having spent 4 years with Lisa at SBC. On our class Facebook page, it is clear that she had a similar affect on others. Her passing left a hole, but we have been filling it with our memories of her. Love to you from the class and from me.
Jane Dure
san antonio, TX
Dear Nancy and Paul:Please accept our deepest sympathy on the death of your sister, Lisa. Our daughter, Lori Simpson Schultz, was a high school friend of Lisa and we remember many happy hours spent at our house. They were both on the basketball team and Lori went on to become and attorney, too. I was a friend to your Mother, Anne, and we also played bridge together. May al your happy memories of Lisa help comfort you at this time. Estelle and Dick Schultz
Estelle Schultz
bradenton, FL
I am so very sad about losing Lisa. It was my good luck to meet Lisa through our involvement in the investment club, BCIC. Such a smart, sweet, kind, gracious person! I so enjoyed our lunches in the last couple of years and had hoped to enjoy many more. I regret not having been in touch with her over the last several months. My deepest sympathy to her dear friends and family. She will be missed and not forgotten by those who knew her.
Barbara Clark
salt lake city, UT