Lisa Ann Haddon

September 6, 1963November 13, 2020

Our loving wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, and friend, Elizabeth “Lisa” Ann Haddon, age 57, passed away Friday, November 13, 2020. She was born September 6, 1963 in Duncan, Oklahoma to Joe Hamman and Sherry Garcia. She married her best friend and soul-mate, Phil Haddon, on March 25, 2000. They built a marriage of incredible love, respect, and kindness. Lisa loved her family, especially her grandchildren. She enjoyed spending time with them whether that be reading, swimming, or just simply being together. Lisa had three loves, besides her incredible family: cooking, gardening, and crafts. She loved to host and cook for elegant dinner parties. She was a master gardener, always with her hands in the dirt. She also had a beautiful home that she loved to decorate. Anyone that came to visit felt at home immediately. Phil led Lisa to the Lord and are members of Wesley United Methodist Church. Lisa served on many committees over the years, but she loved working in the kitchen, which was her special way of serving the Lord. Lisa was a bright, shining light. Beautiful both inside and out. She had so much warmth and love inside her that everyone could sense it and were drawn to her. She greeted everyone with a smile, and will be incredibly missed. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Lauryn Haddon; father, Joe Dale Hamman; and brother, Scott Hamman. She is survived by her husband of 20 years, Phil Haddon; daughter and son-in-law, Amanda and Jarred Wion; grandchildren, Hannah and Ethan Wion; mother, Sherry Garcia; as well as other family, church family, and dear friends. A Celebration of Life will be held 2pm Thursday, December 3, 2020 at Wesley United Methodist Church. Masks are required for anyone attending.



3 December

Celebration of Life

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Wesley United Methodist Church

1401 NW 25th St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73106

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Alison Mackay

November 21, 2020

I loved you Lisa

You were. A dear friend

Thank you for your smiling face. Sweet voice

And loyal service

To us all

Gayla Brum

November 20, 2020

Oh, Lisa! I have so many wonderful memories of you! Remember when we were at Lake Arcadia on the pontoon boats with Michael Jackson blaring from the radio? And you imitated his dance to perfection? Hat and all! Or the time we all tried to climb on top of a huge piece of Styrofoam we found floating around? And you and Phil never ever failed to come to our Christmas parties. I will miss so much seeing your beautiful face and enjoying your sweet personality. I love you, girl. Thank you for being my friend.

Kathy Albright

November 20, 2020

The first time I met Lisa I had just moved from New YORK and I said " My lord, that is the lenkgth of your legs...?? she laughed and said " what did you say".. " i said leinkght... " , she had very long legs compared to my short stubby legs..oh you mean lenght"....the ng soundlike like a k. we laugh all time time about how we laughed and knew we would be friends forever. I love you my sister always and forver .♥♥♥
My letha
love your KAT

donna davis

November 19, 2020

My beautiful sister, I will never forget you and the great times we had together. I remember Rocky letting you drive his car one night and you doing donuts in the parking lot of Westlake Hardware and the times we spent with your mom making purses out of a pair of jeans ( i still have mine). It's too bad that our parents didn't stay married, but that never mattered cuz you were always a sister to me. I love you sis! Until we meet again, forever, you will be remembered.

Love your sis,
Donna Jo


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