Lisa Ann Bowman-Christensen
To Lisa's Family,
Thankfully, I shared these sentiments with Lisa over the years and I wanted to share them with you too. My deepest sympathy and so sorry a flight delay and family plans in mid- Michigan kept me from the Memorial Service.
“Lisa you have been a cherished friend since middle school. You shared your heart and home with me, without reservation. I break out in a big smile as I recall so many fun memories from high school camping trips with your family and mine, youth group activities, the Chicago concert, working at the restaurant, our college road trip to Maine, a catfish dinner in Atlanta, family fun in Florida (where you family taught mine to say “is there anything I can do to help”). I appreciate how you make time to talk every year when I come “home” to Michigan. Love the way we pick right up where we left off from the prior year's conversation. I want you to know your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I am so thankful for your friendship and I miss you. -Love, Your Friend, Renee”
Lisa and I worked together at Federal-Mogul in Atlanta many years ago. She was such a delightful person & always had a smile to share. I am proud to have known her & will cherish her frienship always. Love & prayers to each of you during your time of sadness & loss. Lisa will live on in your hearts forever, as she will in mine.
My sincere condolences to the entire family. I hope you can find love and comfort in each other during this difficult time. I am thinking of you constantly.
Words are denied to me. Lisa you are much loved and your absence will be felt by so many. Your children will be enveloped in the love of your family which you helped shape. We will see you again. Much, much love.
Kari & Mike, Mara, Kara, Elaina and Ben Weber
My deepest sympathy to the entire family. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
“Good-byes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as separation.”