OBITUARY

Lisa Meador

July 1, 1974May 2, 2021

Lisa Diane Mynes Meador, 46, of Mechanicsville, passed away in her sleep on May 2, 2021. She was born on July 1, 1974.

She was preceded in death by her father, Ronald E. Mynes; and both sets of grandparents. Lisa is survived by her husband, Virgil A. Meador, III; and their son, Hunter Layne, age 20; mother and step-father, Judy and Dave Jonker; sister, Kim Gunn (Mike); brother, Scott Jonker; and sister, Tricia J. Martinez of Plano, Texas; aunt and uncle, Bill and Linda Frye. Also surviving, are her in-laws, Joyce and Arthur Meador; sister-in-law, Angel Jenkins; step-daughter, Samantha Meador; and step-grandson, Gage Nolte; nieces, nephews and cousins.

Lisa worked at Image Designers, Inc. for 27 years, and was a member of Shady Grove United Methodist Church.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Moments of Hope Outreach, P. O. Box 161, Studley, Va. 23162 or Meow Stories, c/o Pam Hall, 3324 White Chimneys Ct., Glen Allen, Va. 23060.

A Memorial Service will be conducted 3 p.m. Saturday, May 15, 2021, at the VFW Battlefield Post 9808, 7168 Flag Lane, Mechanicsville, Va. 23111.

  • FAMILY

  • Ronald E. Mynes, Father (deceased)
  • Virgil A. Meador, III, Husband
  • Hunter Layne Meador, Son
  • Judy Jonker (Dave Jonker), Mother
  • Kim Gunn (Mike Gunn), Sister
  • Scott Jonker, Brother
  • Tricia J. Martinez, Sister
  • Bill Frye and Linda Frye, Aunt and Uncle
  • Joyce and Arthur Meador, Mother & Father In-law
  • Angel Jenkins, Sister-in-law
  • Samantha Meador, Stepdaughter
  • Gage Nolte, Step-Grandson
  • many, Nieces, Nephews and Cousins
  • DONATIONS

  • Moments of Hope Outreach
  • Meow Stories c/o Pam Hall

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, May 15, 2021

Memories

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Kevin Blackwell

May 15, 2021

I always looked forward to picking up at Image Designers. Lisa always greeted me or any of my family with a sweet smile and hello and she always had my stuff in order. I considered Lisa to be my business “buddy” and I always looked for her first. Image will never be the same without you Lisa. We will all miss you dearly but hope to see you again some day when Jesus calls his children home.

Tricia Jonker

May 13, 2021

Lisa, I miss you so much . I loved to see all the pictures on Facebook. You and I had so many Memories I can’t list them all. One of the best one I came for Christmas over the years. I love you 💕❤️ Love your big sister Tricia

Jeanette Jenkins

May 13, 2021

Our the last couple of years Lisa, had become my best friend. Whenever I need to talk she was there for me. Lisa help me get though one of the roughest time's in my life. When my boyfriend had open heart surgery. Every even she would be on the phone walking with me to my room where I was staying at the hospital with him. Lisa and Virgil took my kids shopping for me out of the kindness of there hearts. Lisa loved my kids just like they were hers. I'm happy that we got to know Lisa, to love Lisa. Lisa was and amazing person kind heart, very giving, to so many people, she loves her mama and baby's.

Jo Anne Kirby

May 10, 2021

Though Lisa and I were only friends on Facebook starting about ten years ago we had a connection. I watched Hunter grow up, his learning to drive and getting his license, his graduation from high school and his getting Mia.
We commented about how many drive thru restaurants you can visit in a week and how many meals we cooked (or didn’t).
Being kind of a bystander I could always see Lisa’s love for her family in her posts and her love for her fur babies. She was a very special kind of friend to me and I’m going to miss her.

Elizabeth Kowalik

May 7, 2021

I am so saddened for your loss of a very fine person. Lisa always said positive things and was a good listener to all. Lisa kept my two dogs for me while on vacation. I was so amazed by her great humanity towards our four legged friends. She hand fed my old Jack Russell and then placed hard food out of the bowl unto the kitchen floor for my other dog, a Labrador mix.... Why? Because the lab ALWAYS moved the food from his bowl unto the floor and THEN ATE IT. Lisa smiled and said "I was just saving him a step to make it easier for him". I will never ever forget it...it blew me away. Lisa was just flat out special. She now wears her halo beside her God and will be watching us on Earth hoping we can Love as she did and will continue to do from the heavens. Sincerely Elizabeth C. Kowalik

Kim Smith

May 6, 2021

I will miss Lisa she was a great friend and a fun loving person I will never forget her my prayers go out to the family

Pam Hall

May 6, 2021

I was very fortunate to meet lisa when she started fostering for me. She was an awesome foster mom. She could turn any wild cat. She had the biggest heart and would help anyone and never say no. She made me laugh everyday. She was never in a bad mood. I will miss talking to her every day. I still forget your gone i will reach out to call you still. I was very blessed to have had you in my life even if it wasn’t long enough for me. Watch over all the furry babies for me until we meet again.

Matt Davidson

May 5, 2021

I saw Lisa almost weekly for the 27 years she worked for Image Designers and I can attest to a consistent greeting with a warm smile and a good word. We shared a common interest in dogs, helping with community service projects and tomato plants. To all her family, especially Virgil and Hunter, I mourn with you and will never forget Lisa. She leaves a void that it will take all of us working together to fill. Lisa, you did your part to make this world better. You set a high standard for the rest of us. I hope my heart can grow as big as yours.

Pete Toole

May 5, 2021

I knew Lisa through my work with Image Designers. She answered the phone almost every time I’d call and she was the first face you’d see in the door for good reason! She was the best. I’m sorry for loss and for the world’s loss of this beautiful soul gone to soon.

Christine Rich

May 5, 2021

To the immediate and ID family.
She was a “bright” light on this planet. She always had a smile on her face in the 25 years I have known her. Always there with a helping hand. That was what she was made of. We will be loss without her in our lives because she was such a part of our work family that I saw or talked to everyday. You will be with us in spirit I know!

FROM THE FAMILY