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Ann was selected to co-host the XRCO Awards in April 2010.[23] She retired from pornography in 2014,[1][4] which she announced via a Facebook post.[24] She had a breast reduction surgery shortly after retiring from porn.[16] Following her retirement, she continued to perform in webcam shows occasionally.[11][25] In January 2018, she announced her return to the adult industry, signing with Evil Angel and making four more scenes. Her first scene was with male pornographic performer Isiah Maxwell for her website thelisaann.com.[26][third-party source needed]




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She is preceded in death by her mother Lydia Mendoza and her baby sister Lori Ann Rodriguez. She was a loving, caring mother, grandmother, great grandmother, and friend. Lisa also had many friends and was loved by many.


She is survived by her two daughters Jessica Hernandez (John H.), Samantha Soliz (Randy C.) her two sons Richard Soliz Jr., Matthew Soliz (Cryselda T.), her sister Isabel (Ezzy) Sotelo, and her sister-in-law Sandra Soliz, also her ex husband Richard Soliz Sr. Lisa had 14 Grandchildren, 2 Great Grandchildren. She loved listening to music, spending quality time with her family and friends.


Lisa Ann Mitchell, 62, passed away peacefully in Baldwin City, Kansas, on December 8, 2022. Lisa was born on July 6, 1960, in Lawrence, Kansas to parents, Merle Dean Mitchell and Elizabeth Ann Mitchell. Lisa grew up with her two sisters, Kelly and twin sister Leslie and her brother David Dean Mitchell. Lisa graduated from Lawrence high school in 1978. Lisa loved being with family and friends and loved her cat, Topper. She enjoyed watching old movies. She was a homebody who loved grilling on her patio, fishing, camping, and especially loved sitting by the campfires. She was a proud Chiefs and KU fan. Lisa was very proud of her independence and was a very hard worker. She worked at Plasticom Labs as a lab worker. She was a member of the woman's Auxiliary of the Lawrence VFW. Lisa would put flags on graves for Memorial Day each year with her Auxilliary. She had been a member for 20 or more years. Lisa was preceded in death by her parents and brother David Dean Mitchell and brother-in-law Benjamin Fritzel. Lisa is survived by her two sisters, Kelly Fritzel, Baldwin City and Leslie D Mitchell Lawrence, Kansas and her nephews Jacob Fritzel, Josh (Amanda) Fritzel and Curtis (Sasha) Fritzel. She is survived by a number of cousins and many friends. Her family will be having a celebration of life at the Lawrence VFW in February 2023, Lawrence cremation and funeral services is honored to serve the family memorial donations may be made to the Lawrence VFW and Lawrence Humane Society and sent in care of Lawrence Chapel Oaks Cremation and Funeral services, 627 Monterey Way, Lawrence, KS 66049. See www.chapeloaksne.com for online condolences. Chapel Oaks Cremation and Funeral Services is honored to serve the family.


The world lost a beloved wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Lisa Ann Enggren left this world suddenly on March 17, 2021, at her home in Lakeville, Minnesota. She is proceeded in death by her father, Paul Sternberg, and niece, Christine Lawson.


It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our wonderful and beautiful daughter and sister Dr. Lisa Ann (Watkins) Liseno, 54, who passed away on March 12, 2023, after a fall in her home in Crawfordville, Fla. She was born on May 1, 1968, in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., to Norm and Mabel Watkins.


In addition to her husband, Lisa is survived by her son, Michael J. Black of Woonsocket, RI. She was the sister of Mary Ojala of Middleboro, Timothy McCarthy and Anne McCarthy both of Milton, Thomas McCarthy of East Bridgewater, Caroline Mitchell of Rowley and the late John McCarthy. She was also the step-sister of Billy Graham of Eldorado Hills, CA and Julie King of Placerville, CA and is also survived by many nieces and nephews.


In addition to her parents, James and Mary Jane, she is survived by her brother, Brian Grenoble (Elizabeth) of Pleasant Gap, and her twin sister, Erin Clouser (Glenn) of Spring Mills, and her two nephews, Devon and Owen of Pleasant Gap, whom she adored.


Along with her husband and daughter, Lisa is also survived by one sister (Francene Thomas and her husband Tim), four nieces (Meagan and Taylor Thomas and Kristen and Kathryn Rusnak), sister-in-law (Denise Rusnak) and brother-in-law (John Blasdell and his wife Diane).


She is survived by her husband, Mike Francis of Montevallo; son, Michael Francis (Christen) of Clanton; daughter, Kristi Farmer (Jason) of Fultondale; daughter, Melody Rouse (Jeremy) of Warrior; grandchildren, Cameron Farmer, Angel Francis, Hope Rouse, Carissa Farmer and Faith Rouse; mother, Elizabeth Summerlin of Montevallo; sister, Karen Summerlin of Montevallo; brother, Scott Summerlin of Pell City; sister-in-law, Linda Summerlin of Montevallo and a host of nieces and nephews.


Lisa was born January 5, 1966 to Juan David Pardo and Shirley Louise Glover in Columbus, Georgia. She was an Alabama fan who loved her dogs eighty-eight and meme. She was a loving Mother, Nana and Sister. She was predeceased by her parents and sister Charlotte Jacobs.


She was the keeperof family anniversaries and birth dates. She enjoyed reading the paper anddoing her daily paperwork. She loved watching her favorite tv shows (PerryMason, The Wheel of Fortune, Lawrence Welk, etc.). She was a Green Bay Packerfan and watched the games with her sister, helping to cheer on the team. Shealways had a loving heart and pleasant disposition. She was a member ofCatholic Financial Life. She enjoyed going to mass with her mother before shepassed.


She is survived byher sister Donna (Steve Schultz) Bianchi-Schultz and one niece Krista Schultzas well as many cousins. She is further survived by two cats, Brookes (herfavorite) and Tony as well as two dogs Lulu and Shadow.


WOODS HOLE, Massachusetts (CNN) -- The seas turned rougher Thursday after family members said private good-byes and buried the cremated remains of John F. Kennedy Jr., his wife and sister-in-law on the Atlantic from the deck of a Navy destroyer.


The final resting place for JFK Jr., his wife and her sister was off Martha's Vineyard, not far from where they died instantly last Friday when the aircraft piloted by Kennedy plunged into the ocean.


Three sets of remains, three American flags and three wreaths with red, yellow and white flowers were brought aboard the Briscoe for the ceremony honoring Kennedy, 38, his wife, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, 33, and her sister, Lauren Bessette, 34.


Defense Department sources tell CNN that 17 family members attended the service. The mourners included Kennedy's sister, Caroline Kennedy, his uncle, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, and cousins Maria Shriver and William Kennedy Smith.


She is survived by her husband Jamie Shaulis; her sons, Ryan and Dylan; her mother, Susan Weimer, and stepdad, Dean Coddington; her twin sister, Lori married to Mel Jeffries; and her brother, Barrie Weimer married to Cindy; her brother in law, Travis Shaulis married to Donna; sister in law, Barbara Russic Dixon married to Larry; parents in law, Jay and Margaret Shaulis; and step-siblings, Kim, Brian, and Cliff. Also survived by numerous nieces & nephews and aunts & uncles.


Lisa is survived by her children Patrick Farley (Amanda Miller) and Samantha Farley both of Herkimer, her mother Elizabeth LaFountain Moynihan of Frankfort, her grandchildren, Andrew LaFountain, Molleigh Miller, Alexa Gauthier and Elleigh Farley, a brother and sister in law Paul and Cathy LaFountain of Cedarville, a sister and brother in law Trudie and Jack Picknell of Florida. She also leaves her sister in law Sheila LaFountain of Frankfort, also many nieces and nephews and a special friend Stacey Bujag, besides her father she was also predeceased by her brother Jim.


Lisa was a devoted mother, partner, sister, daughter, aunt, and friend. Her friends and family were her life. She enjoyed concerts, dancing, spending nights out with friends, and nights in watching movies with her children Sarah and Daniel. Lisa loved spending summers at Lake Michigan, especially camping at Nordhouse Dunes. She was an educator at Novi Middle School for over 20 years; teaching was one of her greatest passions. Lisa is survived by her brother, Lindsay Braun, her children, Sarah and Daniel Zrull, the family dog, Daisy Lou, and life partner, Joseph Zrull. We will carry her with us in everything that we do. A memorial will be held on November 21st, 2022 from 2 to 6pm at the Schrader-Howell Funeral Home in Plymouth, MI. Friends and family are welcome to attend. 041b061a72


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