Holbert, Lisa Renae


Lisa Renae Holbert of Dallas, Texas, passed away on Friday, February 6, 2015. She was 51 years old.

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4 replies on “Holbert, Lisa Renae”

Dinah Willbern says:

Lisa, I had the pleasure of knowing you for over 7 years & I will miss you very much. You were an inspiration to me because you spoke the truth – sometimes when it was hard for people to hear, but needed to hear. You were there for me many times whether it was getting me to go somewhere with you when you knew I needed a break from life or just to talk some common sense advice to me about whatever was troubling me that day & you did it in that comforting, slightly raspy voice of yours. I will always remember one Halloween party where you came as a Fairy Princess. You looked absolutely ethereal and heavenly in your shimmery white gown adorned with “Gossamer wings”. You had a sparkling tiara resting on top of your beautiful golden curls that always had a mind of their own and your magic wand in your hand. You looked like an angel from Heaven that night & I catch myself wondering if that’s how you look now. You were a blessing here on earth & Heaven is a better place with you in it. Love you, Lisa.

Shari Lynn Kesak (Pascoe) says:

I first met Lisa over the phone long distance from Canada through her brother James back in the 90s, in which Lisa and I would have great chats. When I would come to visit the Holberts, Lisa and I spent great times together shopping and I recall spending 4 hours with her once just in Victorias Secret! She was fun and had a say it like it is personality in which I admired and I can still see her smiling face and hear her voice today. My deepest condolences to Trent, Mr. and Mrs. Holbert, James and Shalet. She will be sadly missed but fondly remembered. Hugs to all xo Shari, Fred and our son Milan from Canada xxx

Carol Francks says:

Lisa, Lisa
I knew you since you were about 9 years old. We had some great times, conversations,laughs and tears. You were very special to me and everyone who was privileged to know you. I couldn’t write this till now. You’re mom misses you so and we talk about you, laugh at things we recall and pray for you. No more pain, no more sorrow. I love you.

Mary Garcia(Cantrell) says:

Lisa!! my friend I know I haven’t been around much I’ve known you since jr high through my husband Bobby Cantrell”and I thought you were so better different from everyone else I can remember a time we waited so long in your front lawn for some boys to come by that I was asleep when they did .this was BCK in the 80s..how embarrassing.you are a fun women to be around I think the last time I saw you was 2015 in FB KROGER YOU LOOK AS IF U NEVER AGED.your curly hair was so beautiful. LITTLE TO KNOW I didn’t think that would be the last and only time I’d see you. .I’m so glad that I hugged you that day.I’ll miss you Lisa . Lol Mary cantrell.

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