OBITUARY

Lisa Ann McGee

December 11, 1960January 14, 2019
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Lisa Ann McGee, 58, of Enola, Arkansas, born on December 11, 1960 in Lowell, Massachusetts, passed away January 14, 2019 in her home, surrounded by the love of her family.

Lisa had quite a few joys in life, like her friends, and three dogs Jelly Bean, Anna, and Princess, but her biggest joys were her two grandchildren, with whom she spent every free moment she had with.

She was preceded in death by her father Timothy Neas in 1984, and her mother Alice Jane Tucker in 2018. She is survived by her husband Donald Eugene McGee of Enola Arkansas, daughters Amy Kristen Burton of Conway Arkansas and Kelsey Corinne McGee of Conway Arkansas. Grandchildren are Bryce Christopher Burton of Conway Arkansas and Maliyah Louise Grinder of Conway Arkansas. She also left behind two brothers whom she loved dearly, James Neas, along with his wife Lisa Neas, and their daughter Jessica Rutherford all of Conway Arkansas. Also, her brother Timothy Neas and daughter Brooklyn Neas of Florida.

A celebration of her beautiful life will be held at Griffin Leggett Conway Funeral Home on Monday January 21st at 2 p.m.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, January 21, 2019
REMEMBERING

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DANA BEGGS

January 22, 2019

Don,
I am so sorry for your tragic loss of your sweet wife Lisa. She touched so many peoples lives and helped people that struggle; always showing unconditional love and support.
Please know we all know she is now skipping on streets of gold in presence of her creator.
Love you always Don, am here for you if you ever need anything. 501-351-7973
Your friend-- Dana Cobb Beggs

Jennifer Ashworth

January 21, 2019

Lisa was like a second mother to me during my preteen years. I practically lived at their house. She was such a warm loving person. She taught me about quality snacks like zingers and toaster strudels. She gave me my best friend, Amy. She made me laugh and feel safe in her home always. It breaks my heart not to be there to say goodbye. She will always live on in her family and in my memories.

Dakota Holliman

January 21, 2019

Lisa was my first manger I had. She was always so nice and helpful to me. I probably drove her nuts asking a million questions, but she would always smile and tell me everything she knew. She was a joy to work with and always had a smile even on her bad days. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. Losing a loved one is one of the worst pains as humans we experience in our lifes. May God give you peace and assurance, Lisa and I would talk about God and church quite often and things we thought about the subject. The troubles of this world has left her, she will be looking down from up above on you all. She loved her family and would show me pictures of you all.

God bless you all.

Dakota,

Anna Ayres

January 19, 2019

I lived in Arkansas long ago and I knew Lisa because my husband worked with her husband , Don . She was always so kind , funny , happy , and such a compassionate person to me . She was always full of the most positive encouragement . If she saw me struggling with something , I didn't have to ask her for a kind word , she would just jump right in to help me get back on the right track . My life , during and after my divorce , was a struggle and she was right there to help me see myself through . She was an angel to me . I loved hearing from her , her voice was always like a light on the darkest of days . She will be greatly missed .

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