OBITUARY

Alisa Miyuki Pace

May 8, 1965June 4, 2018
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Alisa Miyuki Pace, 53, of Bentonville passed away unexpectedly Monday, June 4, 2018. She was born May 8, 1965 in Fontana, California to Jim Meek and the late Chieko Endo Tsutsumi. Alisa enjoyed traveling, teaching her students, camping, cooking, animals and especially getting together celebrating holidays with her family and friends. For nearly 12 years she was the loving wife of Edward Pace who survives. Other survivors include her step-father, Kunio Tsutsumi; her children, Alisha Lea (husband, Lynn) of Oklahoma and Aaron Pace (wife, Kimberlee) of Rogers; her grandchildren, Thomas, Dillon, Quinn, Ella, Melanee, Aurora and Evie; her brothers, Sam Meek (wife, Toni Marie) and Tomo Meek (wife, Toni Lynn); her chosen sister, Debora Olson (husband, Robert) of Oregon; her chosen brothers, Eric McMahan of Oklahoma and Bud Price of Bentonville; many nieces and nephews; numerous extended family and dear friends. Services will be held at 2:00pm, Monday, June 11, 2018 in First Baptist Church of Cave Springs. Visitation will begin prior to her service at 1:00pm at the church. Interment will follow in Phillips Cemetery near Cave Springs. Arrangements are under the care of Rollins Funeral Home in Rogers. Condolences may be expressed at www.RollinsFuneral.com

Services

  • Visitation Monday, June 11, 2018
  • Funeral Service Monday, June 11, 2018
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Charlene Neal

June 13, 2018

I had the pleasure of meeting Alisa, when her and Edward first met. We had a get together and had a game night. I fell in love with her beautiful heart and soul. We had so much fun together, going to the lake , camping , boating and swimming at Beaver lake. I was so proud when she ask me to help with her and Edward's wedding. It was beautiful, she was beautiful! I had the pleasure of doing her hair for their special day. We had many parties, get togethers, bon fires. Like Alisa I loved Pepsi.
She loved to cook and gardening. She adored animals, she had so much love to give. Alisa was an amazing cook and shared her egg rolls and we at times rolled them together. I thank God for allowing me to have that time with such a special loving woman. Beautiful inside and outside. A huge heart for others and kept going even though she was always in so much physical pain. She loved the Lord and she loved others and I don't think she ever met a stranger.
I love you my sweet beautiful sister in Christ and you are missed. You will always be in my heart. Gone but never forgotten.

Cindy Rush

June 12, 2018

I met Lisa when we were thirteen. We met at the skating rink, a place we would spend every weekend for years to come. Hours on the phone together every night, at each other's houses. I could always just be myself around her, talk to her about anything. She had that infectious smile, that energy and light around her.
It was tough when she moved from Vegas all those years ago but we never lost contact. I cherished the letters, Christmas cards every year, texts, phone calls. Facebook was a God send.
I was so happy when she met Edward and married him. She deserved happiness and that's what he gave her an abundance of! He was her angel here on earth and now she is his in heaven.
I will never forget you my beautiful friend. Your smile, your light, your beautiful soul. Until we meet again, you will always be in my heart. <3

Shawn Anderson

June 9, 2018

When I was a child, my cousin Lisa was the closest thing I had to a big sister. She was always there, always with a smile on her face, always knew what to do or how to make things fun for me. She looked out for me and always took the time to help me understand things... She was one of the first people to show me what unconditional love was and how to choose happiness.

I have rarely met someone with so much light and kindness. She truly was the closest thing to an angel on earth that I have met.

Donna Urban

June 8, 2018

Since I worked with Edward I remember before they got married I canvassed work to get the number of people planning to attend the wedding. I am saddened for Edward and the whole family.

Sheila & Dwight DeVoss III & family

June 7, 2018

In Our Deepest condolence thoughts and prayers are with you Edward and family we do not know where to begin we are still in shock Alisa was very special and she will always be loved and never forgotten will always hold a special place in our hearts for her she had a heart of gold and the most beautiful smile it would light up the room I don't know what I'm going to do without her but will hold her closely and dearly in all of our hearts until we all meet again but always hold the special moments and memories and when we feel that special Breeze our special Angel is sitting right beside us no matter what we do or where we go she will always be right beside us our special angel Alisa and she is looking down on all of us and smiling always be there beside us rest in peace our dearest friend and our dear sister we love you and miss you you was taking too soon fly high are beautiful angel see you again our beautiful Miyuki beautiful princess rest in peace our dear friend Γ nd sister..πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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