A friend, A lover taken far too soon. I miss you every day. I will always Love You and I will never forget.
T. Rosa, friend
I had the pleasure of knowing Lisa and her sister Samantha. A friend had introduced me to Lisa in 1998, where we dated for some tme. Dating didn't work out for us, but Lisa and I remained friends, occasionally exchanging e-mails and phone calls. Lisa was full of life, and even though she could be a tough cookie, she was one of the nicest and warmest people I had ever met. God Bless, Lisa and Samantha, and God Bless America.
Paul Jordan, friend
Lisa gave her heart and soul to everything she did. I knew her very well and will deeply miss her smiling face and laughter. She believed in the American Dream and worked toward that goal everyday. I know she is in the arms of God now. But I will carry her in my heart forever. She was my friend. I miss her deeply.
John Brooks, friend
What can I say? There is no reason that a life should be taken at the young age of 31. I had the opportunity to meet Lisa when she interviewed me for a position in Human Resources at Canter Fitzgerald, a little over a year ago. It was a pleasure to meet her, and I would like to send my condolences to her family in New Jersey. I remember her talking about the beautiful sunsets and the play of light outside her office window. God bless you, Lisa.
Colin Thomas Kish, acquaintance