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Randy Elder

Lisa Jeannotte

May 17, 1966 - December 03, 2021

This GatheringUs memorial celebrates the life of Lisa Jeannotte. Collecting your stories and memories here will provide great comfort. Click on the heart to let us know you were here and to receive email updates. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

Lisa Jeannotte died peacefully in her home on December 3rd, 2021, in Tucker, Georgia at the age of 55.    Lisa is survived by her husband, Randy Elder. She will also be greatly missed by her three cats (Emily, Willow, and Lily), many family members, her oldest friend Colette Adams, and many other friends, teachers, and colleagues near and far.     Lisa was born on May 17, 1966, in Milwaukee,...  see more
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  • Maggie Moore
    This is how I will always remember Lisa. Sitting at the head of our dinner table, Christmas cracker hat on, belly full of wonderful food - while we all talked about what we'd eat at the next gathering, and Lisa shared obscure facts about something she...  more
  • Moe B
    Unfortunately I have not seen Lisa for over 30 years but recalling back to teenage years when she was over at our home {all the time} and hanging out with my sister, it was always interesting or entertaining at the very least. Often, I would be dragged...  more
  • Aaron Brussat
    Lisa was a wonderful neighbor these 24 years. From sharing our oven when her's went out on Randy's birthday many years back and thereby discovering she had the best carrot cake recipe on the planet, to seeing the world through her artistic eye and...  more
    • Aaron Brussat
      Kendra Brussat Yes, Randy, you and Lisa have been great neighbors. LIsa was always willing to be on the kids emergency drop off list for school and the special Ed bus. I remember her letting me use her car to get kids one day when I had car trouble. And of course...  more
      • December 16, 2021
  • Kendra Brussat
  • Chris Szlichcinski
    Lisa was a beautiful soul with a generous and caring heart. She opened our eyes to the beauty of the miniature world. She was creative and talented in the arts and sciences, and she will always be remembered with love. Chris and Trish
  • Colette Adams
  • Arlene tessier
    Randy, Lisa will be missed. Our hearts go out to you, and we hope that you will find some comfort knowing she’s out of her pain. Now it’s time to take care of yourself, just as Lisa would have wanted. Please let us know if there’s anything...  more
  • Juliana Cyril
  • Judy Elder
    Dear Randy:

    Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart.

    Even though we didn’t have the opportunity to see Lisa often enough, she held a very special place in our hearts. We...  more
  • Soo Rhee
    Randy, we are so sorry for your loss. You and Lisa were so kind to our class! We have fond memories of your sushi parties, Lisa's paper making skills, and watching movies together. - Soo and Nate
  • Sarah Feigon
    Lisa touched my life with her gentleness, humor and kindness. I always felt at home in the home she shared with Randy. It was like a second home to me during my time in Atlanta as a transplanted New Englander. She was humble but highly intelligent and...  more