Lisa Loveland Larsen passed away peacefully, Sept 19, 2022, surrounded by the ones who loved her most, and boy did she love them! Lisa was born October 30, 1961, to Gary D Loveland and Pam Richards Loveland. She spent her childhood in Brigham City, graduating from Box Elder HS in 1979, she was a proud B! After high school, she pursued a degree in nursing at Weber State, graduating top of her class. Being an RN brought incredible joy, she was able to provide loving service and exceptional care for people. She had many career opportunities and worked for Thiokol Corporation, Nucor, Cache County School district, Varian Medical and in many hospitals in Utah. She loved to work hard, and was very talented, always ready to take on any challenge.
She was set up on a blind date by her mom. Mom had a good friend named Carolyn Larsen, who had a son who recently returned from his mission. Both moms thought they would be a good match for each other, and boy were they! Lisa and Mike were married on June 28th, 1985. A marriage filled with love and lots of laughter, with few bumps along the way, Lisa and Mike made a happy home. Anxious to start a family, Madison soon arrived. Not wanting her to be an only child they soon started the adoption process and Brenner and Beck joined their family and were a perfect fit. Because of her and Mike’s loving home, many foster kids were welcomed and loved by them. Her true joy was becoming a grandma, a role she played to the BEST of her ability. When Trinity Pamele was born Lisa was "reborn" of sorts. Lisa and Trinity were inseparable, making memories to last a lifetime. The love they share is immeasurable.
Lisa never let her health issues take her loving and caring spirit away. She was always ready for an adventure; she was very talented in making friends and sustaining friendships. She loved to doodle, do handy work, and collect treasures. She loved and cared for many animals. Crystals and oils brought her comfort.
Lisa is survived by her loving husband Mike and children Madison, Brenner, Beck, and Granddaughter Trinity, Father Gary, her brothers Lance (Ruth), Lyle (Wendy), Lynn (Claudia) and her favorite sister(s) Lara (Chris) and Lana “Lulu” (Johnny). She is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, and a loving Mother in-law Carolyn. Much love and Thanks to Wendy Ernstrom for her loving care of Lisa for the past years. Preceded in death, by her loving Mother Pam and many beloved pets.
To know Lisa was to love her, her wit and sarcasm couldn't be matched,
Funeral services will be held on Saturday, September 24, 2022 at 11 A.M at the Tremonton West Stake Center- Fairview Ward (345 S 1000 W- Tremonton). Viewings will be held on Friday, September 23, 2022 from 6-8 P.M. at Rogers & Taylor Funeral Home (111 N 100 E- Tremonton) and prior to the service, on Saturday, at the church from 9:30-10:30 A.M. The service will be livestreamed and may be accessed below.
This isn’t goodbye, it's just see you later!
We Love you Lisa