OBITUARY

Lisa Burns Meyer

July 1, 1980July 19, 2021
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The Beautiful Story of Lisa Marie Meyer

Lisa Marie’s story started July 1, 1980, born the youngest child to Rocky & Cindy Burns. She was the baby of the family and soaked up that title as often as she could.

Lisa’s bright blue eyes and big smile caught the eyes of Jason Meyer in 2001. Lisa and Jason had a whirlwind romance and married April 5, 2003. On October 29, 2004, she became a mother to Wade Allen and on April 2, 2007 she brought her beautiful daughter Ali Reese into this world. Wade and Ali were Lisa’s pride and joy.

Lisa was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, niece, granddaughter, cousin and friend. When you think of Lisa, you think of a beautiful bright smile, big blue eyes and a heart the size of Texas. Lisa is best described by those that knew her as a lady that loved fiercely, loved BIG, loved unconditionally, and that she loved everyone. Lisa was a kind hearted person who was known for making everyone feel at home and welcomed. Lisa would reach out to anyone in need and she never met a stranger.

Lisa Marie passed away unexpectedly on Monday, July 19. Lisa is a lifelong resident of Beach City, TX.

Lisa is survived by her loving husband Jason Meyer, children, Wade and Ali, loving and supportive parents Rocky and Cindy Burns, Brother and Sister-in-law Heath and Cherie Burns, Sister and Brother-in-law, Laurie & Jody Bench, her bonus father in law Jack Hodges, niece Emma Burns, and nephews Eli, Gabe and Grant Burns, Hayden, Lane and Jaxon Bench, Grandparents Freddie and Lena Henning, many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Lisa is preceded in death by her grandparents, Luke and Vinita Hoffpauir; grandpa James Earl Burns Sr.; father-in-law, Jack Meyer; Uncles Johnny Wade Henning and Johnny Foreman; cousin Brandi Burns; and bonus mother-in-law, Dianne Hodges.

Lisa was a lifelong member of the Holy Trinity Catholic Church and catholic daughters.

Pallbearers will be Ryan Dagley, Chris Novak, Wes Hutter, Robert Zbranek, Danny Wilks, James Bohannon, and Gary Powers. Honorary pallbearers will be Joey Hues, and Clayton Fromme.

And Now these three remain; Faith, Hope and Love

But the greatest of these is Love,

1Corinthians 13:13

“Love like Lisa”

Link for livestream: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClQ2lCTH0pQgk-_pZ8zA6xA

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Ryan Dagley
  • Chris Novak
  • Wes Hutter
  • Robert Zbranek
  • Danny Wilks
  • James Bohannon
  • Gary Powers
  • Honorary Pallbearers
  • Joey Hues
  • Clayton Fromme

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, July 26, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, July 27, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Memories

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Lauren Anderson-Cox

July 26, 2021

To the Burns/Meyer Family,

My deepest condolences in the loss of sweet Lisa. I can honestly say I do not think Lisa had a mean bone in her body. From her infectious smile to her beautiful ice blue eyes, Lisa was a one of a kind soul. Lisa blessed many with just being a nice wholesome person.
When I think of her, my mind goes back to my childhood. Playing basketball with her mom, Cindy coaching in the old gym on the hill. Such fun times and great memories. My heart hurts for each member of Lisa's family, friends and anyone she has touched. I will continue to pray for comfort and guidance.

"Death is nothing else but going home to God, the bond of love will be unbroken for all eternity." -Mother Teresa

Sending all my love,
Lauren and Kyle Cox

Walt Lisiewski

July 26, 2021

Rocky,
I was truly sadden to hear about your loss. No amount of words can express or ease the pain you and Cindy must be experiencing.
While I never had the opportunity to meet Lisa, reading about her, so many commented on what a true inspiration she was to everyone.
Praying that you and your family find comfort in your memories during this difficult time. Please know that I lit a candle at church for you yesterday.
Your friend,
Walt

Kathy Witkowski

July 26, 2021

Lisa,

Your Journey seemed so short, however you and you alone knew what your Journey entailed. We are so Blessed that you had included all of us along the way from choosing your parents Rocky and Cindy, to marrying the love of your life Jason, while bringing into the world two beautiful children. Wade and Ali will continue to keep your legacy alive for many generations to come. Throughout your life you touched siblings, extended family members, friends and co-workers through the years.

I so enjoyed working with you even though it was for a short time and it was a pleasure taking you under my wing. I felt so honored to have given the Blessing at your wedding reception, an occasion I will never forget.

We will always see you in your daughter’s eyes, in your sons mannerisms and kindness. We will always hear your name as your loving husband speaks from his heart oh so fondly of you. Your essence and your laugh will continue to put a smile on our faces and lighten our hearts. As tears flow, they are with joy of how vibrant you were. As you whisper into our ear, it’s you giving us comfort.

Lisa, I have told you this before and I’ll say it again. You are -
A Lady with Integrity
A Lady with of Many Talents
A Lady with a Loving Heart

Your generosity, laughter, and wit all defined you as a Beautiful Person, Wife, Mother, Daughter, Sister, and a Trusted Friend to all. What a Blessing you were and are.

Until we all meet again, Good Journey Sweet Soul, Good Journey.

Rusty Senac

July 25, 2021

We cannot imagine how difficult this time must be for the Burns and Meyer families. We want you to know that we share your sorrow and that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We offer our heartfelt condolences.

-Rusty & Jenny Senac

Kelly Dutton

July 25, 2021

Sweet Lisa and my daughter Adrianne grew up together. My heart is breaking for the whole family. Words can't express the sorrow I feel for Cindy and Rocky right now or for Laurie and Heath. I love you all.

Catherine Lemelle

July 24, 2021

Lisa an Angel from Heaven!
Garage Sale January last year 2020 is the “MEMORY” Fr Khanh told me she was interested in helping with my Garage Sale, Joseph & I were selling our house and we needed to get rid of house goods. Lisa brought a group of young ladies to help with garage sale, Joe & I didn’t have to do or say anything, Lisa & her group did the job... Love ❤️ you Lisa “REST PEACEFULLY WITH CHRIST” you will truly be missed “But” God has gained an Angel from Earth...🌹🙏🏼

Emily Mccarty

July 24, 2021

Although we all know these days will come we are just never ready for goodbye. We were neighbors for many years before I became part of the family. You made sure I felt welcomed and loved. You were always so good to me and my boys. I admire you as a women, a friend, a sister, a cousin, a daughter, a grand daughter but mostly as a mother. You were awesome in all the ways. You were the picture taker, the glue, the gatherer. Always putting everyone else's needs before your own. Always with a smile and bright blue eyes! Lisa Marie, you were one of a kind and I'm so glad that I got to know and love you. You are as good as gold and totally irreplaceable. I will hold our memories tight. I pray that the family finds peace and comfort at this time. 🙏

Brandi Conrad

July 23, 2021

Lisa, even though you were only 3 months older, I always felt like you were my big sister. I was much smaller than everybody, shy & awkward. Yet for some reason, you took me under your wing. You protected me, helped me make friends & tried to boost my confidence. You taught me about life, relationships, how to do a flip on the trampoline, prank call, 3-way, wrap a house…You were somebody I could let loose & be my true goofy/crazy self around, because I knew you loved me no matter what (plus, you were goofy too). I remember drinking SunnyD with salt around the rim & dancing to Criss Cross all night (with our clothes backwards, for the complete effect), running for our lives at your sister’s cheer practice, you pranking me every chance you got (since I was so gullible, that was a lot) and so much more…from softball to basketball to dances, sleepovers & slumber parties, you were a huge part of my childhood & shaped who I am today. We had so many laughs together & I have so many wonderful memories that I’ll always cherish. I’m so thankful God brought you into my life, even if it was for far too short a time. I hope my Mammaw is making you some fried okra up in Heaven. You will be dearly missed, but we will try our best to keep your memory alive.

Jenifer Storm

July 22, 2021

Words cannot express the feeling of great loss we all feel. I am forever greatful for the love you showed Kenadi. I wasn’t always able to make it to the girls stuff but you always stepped in and were there so I didn’t feel as guilty missing it because I knew Kenadi had a momma there that lover her like her own. From taking her to wrapping her first house, 8th grade dance, homecoming and Freshman initiation, just name a few. You always made sure to get pictures and send them to me. Kenadi says she will mostly miss Yalls Starbucks dates and movie dates just at the house, and the list goes on. Rest easy Lisa we love and miss you so much already! I promise to do my best to Love like Lisa. Love, The Storms

Leslie Hues

July 22, 2021

Our world is forever changed. You will be missed more than you know. I pray for peace over your family and friends. We will keep your memory alive and will always be there for all of your loved ones. I love you always and forever. Rest in peace, dear cousin.

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