Lisa Gayle (Jensen) Keeble

February 14, 1963September 8, 2020

Lisa Keeble (Jensen) left this world to be with the Lord on September 8th, 2020. Lisa was born February 14th, 1963 in Biloxi, MS. Lisa is a 1981 Graduate of Tyner High School and studied Ultrasound Technology in Florida before spending most of her career as a Registered Ultrasonographer in Chattanooga. Her passion was direct patient care and helping others. Lisa leaves behind to mourn for her, her Mother, Margaret Jensen, her Son, Jensen Gage Keeble, her Brother and Sister-in-Law, Steve and Lisa Jensen, as well as several nephews, nieces and cousins. She will be missed more than she will ever know. Lisa loved adventures with her son and walking her dog. She had a special place in her heart for homeless people and pets, small children and anyone needing a helping hand. Whenever Lisa encountered those in need, she always offered everything she could. A celebration of Lisa’s life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Lisa’s name to the McKamey Animal Center, 4500 N. Access Rd., Chattanooga, TN 37415 or to the Suicide Prevention Hotline at 800-273-8255. Please share your memories of Lisa with the family at Arrangements are by the East Brainerd Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home, Crematory and Florist, 8214 E. Brainerd Rd., Chattanooga, TN 37421.


No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


Lisa Gayle (Jensen) Keeble

have a memory or condolence to add?

Judy M

September 21, 2020

I will miss Lisa greatly. I'm grateful for the time we spent together, never a dull moment. Lots of love and laughter. She cracked me up with her decorating her rooster and pig, she loved pigs!
Very sorrowful for your loss Gage, she adored you and may you find comfort in knowing that.

Julie DeHerrera

September 15, 2020

Love ya cousin! I'm remembering the time you introduced me to your record album The Animals when you briefly lived in Idaho; finding out that you wanted to see a Van Halen concert; eating fried green tomatoes; holding Gage as a baby; the nightlife of Chattanooga (cousin Sandra and I had a blast); driving to see uncle Gene at the cemetery; your smile, kindness, beauty, sass, your Southern charm...
RIP dear Lisa.

Denise Gates

September 13, 2020

I am deeply saddened by the news of Lisa's death. We worked together for several years and shared many heart to heart conversations. Her laughter and love of people will be a memory I will treasure for a long time. May peace surround her entire family.

Amie Ridge

September 12, 2020

Lisa and I worked together for several years and she was always so much fun. She was an amazing sonographer and highly respected by her peers and the radiologists. She loved Gage so much and was very proud of him. I spoke with her only a month ago and she sounded like she had turned a corner and was in a better place. She was always a good friend to me and I will miss her! Sending love and prayers to her family.

Amie (“Em”)

Wanda Swisher Moses

September 12, 2020

I am so heartbroken to learn of Lisa's passing. We became instant friends working together and she taught me a lot. We had many talks and laughs to share. We had a wonderful trip together to a Sonography conference and it was the best time making memories of that weekend. She was so beautiful and smart. I knew her dad also and that she missed his so very much over the years. I remember how proud and exciting she was when she had her son. He was the highlight of her life. My prayers go out to her family for comfort and peace. Keep the great memories close to your heart to bring you through the tough days. God bless you all. Love you, Lisa and will see you again.

Craig Miller

September 11, 2020

Lisa and I dated for several years in the early eighties. She was a beautiful Young Lady with an eye for adventure. We shared so many wonderful experiences as young people. Her presence would light up a room and she never met a stranger. Her smile was contagious and her laughter would fill your heart.

Lias was beautiful both inside and out. There is no doubt that she will be missed immensely.

I was Blessed to have known her.

My prayers to her family.

Craig Miller

Annete Stout

September 11, 2020

Lisa was a lady who knew how to love, laugh, and express gratitude. Life absolutely baffled her sometimes - causing all kind of reactions from her, but my favorite was watching her smile twinkle all the way up to her eyes & take over her entire face as she burst out laughing. She was so fun to laugh with. I'll miss that, and I'll miss her.

Sue Sipe

September 10, 2020

I just learned Lisa is gone. We walked so many days together this past year. She loved you dearly. She grieved her past. She was beyond blessed at your gracious inclusion of her attending the Boy Scout eagle event for Gage. She sobbed in gratitude for welcoming her to join you both for dinner that night. It gave her much hope. Her hope and vision for a redemptive future often leaked out of her and she tried to regroup. I so treasured watching her steps forward. We were so different yet laughed and cried much together. I moved this summer away from the apartment complex. Last time I saw her, I was concerned. My heart aches for you and that I was not there to encourage her one more time. You have both been loving to her. She knew that. She sure struggled forgiving herself. May you find Gods peace through all of this. You did love her well.
Sue Sipe

Dawn Bowie

September 10, 2020

The first time I met her, she was so angry. But soon, she softened. She was doing the very best she could. I hope everyone remembers that about her.”

Barbara Shaffer

September 10, 2020

Lisa was a gift to my life and so many others. She gave her time and her compassion to others effortlessly and selflessly. My heart breaks for all of us.
In my prayers,
Barbara Shaffer


Learn more about the Keeble name