Kaul Funeral Home

28433 Jefferson Ave, St. Clair Shores, MI


Lisa Louise Ewart

January 12, 1957November 29, 2019

Lisa L. Ewart, age 62, of St. Clair Shores, passed away Friday, November 29, 2019. Beloved daughter of the late Elliott and Marilyn Ewart; dear friend of David Rayes; loving sister of Carl (Ellen) Ewart, Susan (Glenn) Oshnock, and Mark (Carla) Ewart; and aunt of Carl (Melissa) Ewart II, Stephanie Oshnock, Emily Oshnock, and Tyler Oshnock.


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Lisa Louise Ewart

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Nicole Bolden

December 10, 2019

Nothing can describe the sadness when I heard of Lisa’s passing. She was probably the first teacher who ever believed in me and saw my true potential. I will never forget everything she did for me in the short time I knew her.
Rest high in heaven Ms. Ewart

Mark Dikowski Dikowski

December 9, 2019

I loving memory. You will be missed.
Mark Dikowski

Wendy Wolfe

December 2, 2019

I am so sad to hear of Lisa's passing. She was such a strong caring presence to the children in her classes. She has touched so many lives and left her mark on so many children. They will always remember her and the lessons she taught them. I will always remember her when David, Lisa and I had lunch together. My sides were hurting from laughing so hard! Her smile and sense of humor were the best! Rest in peace my dear friend and God Bless.

Susan (Ewart) Oshnock

December 2, 2019

My family and I would like to thank everyone who has reached out. Lisa did not want a funeral service however we will be having a memorial luncheon to celebrate Lisa on Sunday, January 12 th at The Gazebo in Warren. All are invited to share their memories and honor her memory. I ask that you message or call me at 586-322-3188 to RSVP so we have a place for everyone. I look forward to meeting those whose lives she touched. Fondly, Susan

Becky Podolan

December 2, 2019

So sorry to hear of Lisa’s passing. She was an amazing woman and friend that gave her whole heart and life to her students and our schools. The world won’t be the same without her in it. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Nancy MacDonald

December 1, 2019

Lisa and I were fellow special education teachers in New Haven Schools. She and I were going to a conference in Grand Rapids with her dear friend David Rayes, our principal and Cyndi Coughlin, our Special Ed Director. Lisa in her typical kind and generous manner offered to let us park our cars in the backyard of her family's historic home so we could all car pool. Upon returning home I was backing my car down the drive way. David was behind me, pulling her garbage can up the long drive to put it away for her. As I watched carefully not to hit Mr. Rayes, I ran into the corner of this historical home and ripped the side of her house off. Sweet Lisa came over to my car window and asked if I was OK. Then she said, "Don't worry about it Nancy. My dad ran into the same corner twice before, and he lived his entire life in this house!" Although my insurance covered the damages and they managed to make the repairs closely match the rest of the house, it was Lisa's kind smile and warm reassurance that made me feel less horrible about destroying her lovely home. Thank you dear Lisa!

Lisa, Ms. Ewart always provided a safe haven for our students. For those of you who did not see her classroom I suggest that you close your eyes, envision being in a room with scented candles burning, soft music playing, lights turned down dim, and comfy chairs to plop down in and read a book or do your homework. That was Lisa's room. She had a huge heart and was very kind to me and everyone she met. Truly every student that was blessed to know her, loved her. She will have many people mourning her loss. Take care Ms. Lisa. Enjoy spending Christmas with your parents and our Lord! Love, Nancy MacDonald

Kristina Moran

December 1, 2019

Lisa was an amazing woman. I will never forget the hours and devotion she had for our middle school students. She touched so many. She will be missed.

Sheila Shaub

December 1, 2019

Mrs. Ewart. I remember us sitting in her classroom on my lunch break and some other students would also go in her room. Kind of a safe haven for us.
Her and I would eat ham spread and crackers it became a tradition after awhile.
She really cared about her students and was such a amazing person in general. Many students would go to her to vent about anything and everything. I know I did.
Rest in peace.

Anna Weinberg-Andrus

November 30, 2019

I'm going to miss sharing a glass of wine on your patio, and sharing in some laughs with you and David. As others have said your smile was always so warm and welcoming. Fly high Lisa! Hugs to all the Oshnocks

Tara Johns

November 30, 2019

Always a contagious smile and willing to help all of our students. She will be missed by all!