OBITUARY

Lisa Beasley-LeBoeuf

December 13, 1963April 13, 2018

Lisa Marie Beasley-Leboeuf died April 13th 2018, due to a long battle with ovarian cancer. Lisa was born in Fall River, MA to Roger Rodgers and Helen Kaye Robertson. She is preceded in death by her grandparents Orville and Helen Robertson, and her natural father Roger Rodgers. She is survived By Her mother Helen Kaye Hardy, her adoptive father Vanaughn 'Van' Hardy, her husband Tim Leboeuf, her daughters Katherine, Sarah and son Joseph, and her sister Christina M. Rodgers. Lisa was a loving wife, mother and daughter and devoted Christian. She loved to sing and dance, she and her husband owned a karaoke business together, and singing was her passion. Lisa also loved all her critters, Hooch, Todd, Koda, Grimm, Gus, Mellow, Bobo, and Sebastian. A memorial service will be held at Main Street Baptist Church in Burnet on Saturday April 21st 2018 at 11:00 AM. Arrangements were made by Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Burnet. Condolences may be offered at www.clementswilcoxburnet.com

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, April 21, 2018
REMEMBERING

Lisa Beasley-LeBoeuf

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Kacie Harley

April 18, 2018

So many memories are in my heart forever.. too many to list.. but the one thing that made Lisa, Lisa... Was her laugh... Her laugh was infectious... There was no way you could remain in any other mood but happy when she laughed.... Her voice... oh Heavens...I'm sure she's singing with the angels, because her voice was pure joy.... Being that I share your mother's nickname as my own, I always felt you more of a big sister, than a cousin...You will truly be missed by everyone who crossed your path....we are all better humans because of you and your love... I love you..

michael hardy

April 18, 2018

When....... I met Lisa she was about five or six years old a cute little one who was so soft spoken and kind. . we played all types of games together her favorite was monopoly at which she would almost always win also Lisa would love to climb in the orange trees and hide . my lil brother mark and I would throw oranges and although we couldn't see where they were going Lisa would say with her tiny soft voice" that one was pretty close" we would all laugh. . having her with us gave a big lift because Lisa looked up to her big brothers like we were important a kind of a big shot in our own way and gave me a feeling of pride knowing there was someone looking up to me to do good made me feel so much better.....the perfect prototype for a lil sister..... Having Lisa and her mother Kaye join our family was the best thing that ever happened to my dad , brother and me..... times were tough after our mother left.... the two brought so much love to our humble home .... if nothing else good ever happens to me, I will always be grateful and feel blessed that the Lord guided both of them our way God bless Lisa and I know I will see her again one day..... M hardy

Becki Mask

April 17, 2018

You were always an amazing person. So full of love and joy! You were always happy and loved everyone, especially your family. We all love you and you will be missed dearly but we know you are riding high and hanging out with all the family, laughing, dancing, and singing! We are all better people for having you in our lives! Love you Lisa. Fly high my sweet cousin!

Desiree Dorety

April 17, 2018

I remember when i was younger i would always be over there asking to play in her back yard, or to go swimming with kaity and Sarah. She was always so happy and always had a smile on her face she made everyone feel welcome and wanted she was so careing and EVERYONE loved her.

Cajun Danos

April 17, 2018

Your soul touched me from the first time we met. I was always happy to see your beautiful face and listen to your angelic voice singing so eloquently. You are too good for this world Lisa and heaven needed another Angel. I am blessed to know you. Rest in peace my friend. I will never forget you and your bubbly personality.

FROM THE FAMILY