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January 4, 2013

Lisa Sille

Pella — Lisa Ann Sille, age 45 of Pella, passed away on Monday, December 24, 2012 at Skiff Medical Center in Newton.  Funeral services were on Friday, December 28, 2012, at Coburn Funeral Home in Monroe.  Visitation was held on Thursday, December 27, 2012, at the funeral home.  

Memorials may be directed to the Kidney Transplant Foundation and condolences may be left for the family at www.coburnfuneralhomes.com.

The daughter of Alfred John and Roberta Faye Light Kinart, Lisa was born on February 26, 1967, in Knoxville.  Lisa graduated from PCM High School 1986.  Lisa lived in Pella for 23 years.  She worked at Pella Regional Health Care Center in Material Management for 17 years.  Lisa loved to bowl and attending all PCM basketball games.  She loved to go to her cousins Seth Light’s basketball games.  She enjoyed going out to eat with her friends Kelly and Greg.  She loved to visit with Judy Klein and made many trips driving by herself to Illinois to see her.  She also enjoyed her friend in Texas, Paula and flew to see her.  Most off all she loved WWE Wrestling on TV.  She would take her mom when they were in Oskaloosa.

Those left to honor her memory include, her mother and step father, Roberta and LeRoy Kinart, her sister and bother in law, Rhonda and Tim Edwards her nephew and his partner, Jeffrey Edwards and Hadley Wickham,  a step sister, Tamara Kinart Boots and her husband David and their children Tristan and Tessa and her devoted companion and cat Punky.  Preceding her in death was her father, John Sille, grandparents, Dick and Opal Sille and Elbert and Florence Light and uncles, Don and Gene Light.

 

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