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Lisa Gail Kohlenbeck

December 5, 1961October 25, 2020
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Lisa Gail Kohlenbeck of Middletown, NY formerly of Brooklyn, NY passed away on October 25, 2020 at the age of 58. Lisa was born to Richard and Maryann (Ludwigsen) Kohlenbeck on December 5, 1961 in Brooklyn, NY.

Lisa grew up mostly in Brooklyn, NY and Long Island attending New Utrecht High School and Central Avenue High School in Valley Stream, NY. Lisa worked as a model, taxi- dispatcher and as a waitress later in life. Lisa enjoyed her independence, long walks, writing, volunteering at the food pantry and making others laugh.

Lisa is survived by her father Richard Kohlenbeck; children Christopher Kohlenbeck, Andrew Nutt, Michael Nutt, Annie Haggerty, Joseph Kohlenbeck, Kevin Nutt; siblings Laurie Leverone (Stephen), Gabrielle Kohlenbeck (John Botero), and Ricky Kohlenbeck (Davorka); grandchildren Kinsley, Christopher, Kayleigh, Ivory Rose, and Logan.

Memorial visitation will be held on Sunday, November 1, 2020 from 12-3pm at Edward F. Carter Funeral Home 170 Kings Ferry Rd., Montrose, NY. Service will be held during the visitation at 2:00 pm.

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Diane Dilbert

October 31, 2020

I have fond memories of Lisa from my Childhood. She would come visit me and we would spend the day doing fun things. She always had a compliment or nice things to say that made me feel good about myself and special. She was beautiful, kind, and it was always a pleasure spending time with her.

Gabrielle Kohlenbeck

October 30, 2020

Two of my fondest memories of Lisa is her teaching me the Hustle and the other swinging around on the Tilt O Whirl at Coney Island with all our blonde hair swinging around, Lisa laughing that contagious wonderful laugh. That's how I remember my sweet sister, Lisa - Laughing and having a good time at every chance she could.

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