Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Lisa Lawson

Lisa Lawson, 30, a resident of Twin Falls, died Friday, Nov. 11, 2011, after a car accident in the Snake River Canyon near Twin Falls. She was born Dec. 23, 1980, in Twin Falls, the daughter of Darell Lawson and Jody Deisher.

She graduated from Borah High School with honors and attended one year at Boise State University. She had dreams of becoming a teacher. She lived in Twin Falls, Boise and Hailey and traveled the states back and forth three or four times.

Lisa loved working in the construction field. She was an expert mudder and taper within the drywall industry.

Lisa loved animals and children. She had a way of getting anyone to laugh. She loved the outdoors, hunting and fishing.

We will dearly miss our beloved little angel. Her beautiful smile will be engraved in our hearts forever.

Her family includes her father, Darell Lawson of Bellevue; her brother, Lance Lawson of Bellevue; her sister, Carrie Lawson of Hailey; three aunts, Jill Lawson (Clara Martin) of Bellevue, Shara Comer and her children, Gregg Oneida and Jerod Williams, of Bellevue; and Karen Ross (James) and children, Kevin and Kala, of Boise; her uncle, John Lawson (Pam) and children, Jeremy and Marlena of Boise; grandparents, Coral and Bob Deisher and children, Nick and Scott, of Buhl; cousin, C.J. Jennings of Twin Falls; boyfriend, Tristin Guisasola of Twin Falls; and numerous cousins.

Lisa's mother, Jody Deisher; grandmother, Jean Jennings; grandfather, Al Lawson; and aunt, Joey Jennings all preceded her in death.

A memorial service is planned for 2 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 17, at Wood River Chapel in Hailey. Cremation will have preceded the service. Friends may visit to leave a condolence, share a memory or light a candle.

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