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Lisa A. Baker Champigny

Agawam, Massachusetts

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Lisa A. (Baker) Champigny, 55, of Valentine Street died suddenly Monday evening surrounded by her loving family, friends and caretakers. Lisa was born in Holyoke daughter of the late Francis and Frances (Gula) Baker. She grew up in South Hadley, graduating from South Hadley High School in 1980,...

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Lisa was a free spirit,a wonderful nurse and friend.I will never forget our times at the Holyoke ER and also will never forget our trips to Stop and Shop after work at midnight.And what about those 16 oz White Russians before the bowling parties!!!
Lisa was a good soul and will long be remembered!So sorry that I was unable to attend her services.
Love you and miss you!
Your Second "Mom",
Bonnie

I love you sweet bunchkins

Jan and family,so sorry to hear about lisa.She's a good soul with God now.Thinking of you all at this time,peace.

So very sorry for your loss. I remember we'd all head to Lisa and Jan's after school and for many sleepovers. I can still remember her laugh.

Caroline and family,

My deepest sympathy on the loss of your sister.

My sincere condolences to Lisa's family.

Jan sorry about your sister.i knew your mom from the village and you from the deli. Sandy

Dan, Barney, and family: I am so sorry for your loss. I know that Lisa was such a bright light in your lives and that she will be so deeply missed. I have been blessed to have her in my life as a dear friend and co-worker. She made every day better just by being there. I am so sad she is gone. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Danny and family! So sorry, your loss was so tragic. But remembering the good times are a special treasure. Keep all memories alive and Lisa will be by your side forever.