OBITUARY

Lisa Renee (Rodgers) Seale

24 September, 196325 April, 2021

Lisa Renee Seale (Rodgers), age 57, passed away on Sunday, April 25, 2021. Lisa was born September 24, 1963 in Oklahoma City and grew up attending Lawton and Edmond Public Schools. She enjoyed being with family and friends and loved traveling. We will remember her for her quick wit, sense of humor, and love of others. Lisa is survived by her parents, James Rodgers and Norma Jean Mockus of Oklahoma City; sister Cheri Stone; sons John (Sabine) and James (Amanda) Brown; sons Austin and Brian Isom; 9 grandchildren, and 3 nieces, Misty, Tara, and Kara. She is preceded in death by her brother, James Rodgers Jr; grandson, John Brown V; and best friend forever, Janet Faye Hester. A memorial service for Lisa will be held Friday, May 7, 2021 at 2:00 PM at Advantage Funeral & Cremation Services -South Chapel, 7720 S Pennsylvania Ave, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73159. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Lisa's memory may be made to City Rescue Mission, 800 W California Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73106 US, https://cityrescue.org/. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.AdvantageSouth.com for the Rodgers family.

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  • Memorial Service

    Friday, 7 May , 2021

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Sandy Henley

5 May 2021

I found this great picture of Lisa in Galveston after I posted....

Sandy Henley

5 May 2021

Sending so much love and prayers to all my Oklahoma family. I always wished we could have lived closer and grown up together. I so looked forward to Grandmom's and Aunt Nomie's visits to watch you all through pictures through the years and hear the latest updates. I always felt close to you all from afar. I know you are hurting, please remember that both our love and our soul is eternal. Continue your relationship with her...it did not end, it just changed. Don't stop talking to her, even if it's just in your head. She can hear you, and she understands the 'why' of everything. Don't expect to 'get over it', but know in time you will learn how to live with it, and to feel peace when you think of her. Be kind to yourself above all. Living through a loved ones passing is one of life's lessons God planned for us without us knowing..... that we would continue to learn from our loved one long after they are gone from here. Love truly is eternal, and we WILL all meet again. Cheri, that was a great tribute to her. Love to you all....

Tammy Marra Dickson

3 May 2021

To the family,
Lisa and I became friends in grade school. I spent the night with her family several times and I always felt so welcome. She was a sweet person and I am thankful to have known her. I am so sorry for your loss and my prayers are with you all.

Misty Rena’ Barnett

2 May 2021

My Aunt Lisa~

I’ve never been good at expressing my feelings through words. You and I have so shared so many memories together. You used to say that we grew up together and a lot of that is true. I wish I could hug you and tell you I love you one last time but knowing that you can still hear my prayers is bringing me comfort. I love you Aunt Lisa! Until we see each other again...

Give heaven some hell!❤️

Cheri Stone

30 April 2021

My sister...
I remember the day you came home from the hospital. I was so excited! A little sister! From that day on we shared so many memories. Growing up, getting married, having kids, holidays, vacations, we've always been a part of each others lives. I was looking for pictures for your video and 90% of them we are together. I'm not sure how this is going to work without you. Everytime the phone dings with a new message, my first thought is that it's you. Every time mom or dad does something silly my first thought is to tell you so we can share a laugh.
My only comfort right now is knowing that I now have two guardian angels watching me. You and Jimmy.
I'll miss you always but I know we will be together again one day.
Love you little sister!
Cheri(Showie)

Sue Fietz

30 April 2021

Lisa & I October 2018
This was a great night reconnecting with old friends. Lisa was so excited to catch up with us all & the feeling was mutual.

Sue Fietz

29 April 2021

Lisa & I had been friends since grade school. She moved & we lost touch. October 2018 we had a neighborhood reunion and I got to spend time with her again after all these years. She hadn't changed at all! She was the same sweet Lisa with the big smile! She will be missed. Sending my Love & Prayers to all her family.

Kara Franklin

29 April 2021

Aunt Lisa was hilarious, kind, loving, smart, understanding and always there to make you laugh, or listen and pitch in when you needed her to! Thank you for being amazing. You are so loved, and greatly missed. We will miss the laughter you created, and the smiles you made sure to put on others faces but we were blessed to have had you for as long as we did. Gone but never forgotten.

Give heaven some hell aunt Lisa. ❤

John Brown

29 April 2021

I'm so sorry that me and my mom were not closer, but I believe we are now and forever after. She cared about me more than I ever knew, and I hope that she's with my son now and that he's more receptive than I was. Thank you for everything Mom. You literally made me the person I am and I'll always be thinking of you.

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