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Lisa Nessel

   Lisa Kay Nessel, 57, passed away at home on Sunday, November 15.

   Lisa was born in Winchester, Indiana, on February 4, 1963, the daughter of Don Owen and Sue Jennings Roberts.
   Lisa was a 1981 graduate of Randolph Southern High School, where she was active as a Cheerleader. She still enjoyed going to an occasional basketball game there. She had formerly worked at First Care Day Care in Lynn and later worked in retail for Hook’s Drugs, Revco and CVS. She worked at the BMV Processing Center in Winchester before taking on the role of stay-at-home Mom. She loved spending time with family, often making up games to play at home. Lisa also attended Spartanburg Christian Church.
   Lisa will be missed by her husband of 23 years, David Nessel, who she married on June 21, 1997; sons, Nicholas Roberts and Matthew Nessel; daughter, Courtney Nessel; grandson, Mason Nash Roberts; mother, Sue Roberts; brothers, Randy Roberts & wife, Monica and Brett Roberts & wife, Kris; sister, Shelley Fritts; as well as several aunts, uncles and cousins.
   Lisa was preceded in death by her dad, Don Owen Roberts, in 2018. 
   A memorial visitation will be held from 5-7 pm on Friday, November 20 at the Spartanburg Christian Church, 6714 East 700 South in Spartanburg. A celebration of Lisa’s life will begin at 7:00 pm at the church. All attendees are expected to comply with current COVID-19 requirements of wearing a mask and observing social distancing.

   Memorial contributions are encouraged for the American Diabetes Association, 8604 Allisonville Road, Suite 140, Indianapolis, Indiana 46250.   


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Our hearts are breaking for your loss. It doesn't seem possible she is gone. Sending love and prayers from Aunt Sharon and families.

Sharon Shelton Nov 18 2020 12:00 AM

Lisa and I were neighbors for many years when we were younger. We used to cut people out of catalogs and use them as paper dolls. We had hundreds of them and would play on her back porch for hours!
My oldest sister Connie was always dissecting something and would gather the neighbor kids around to watch. One day she had a dead bat. She knew Lisa and Randy had eaten spaghetti for lunch so of course she cut the bat open and said "Oh look it's guts look just like spaghetti!" We left her with the bat lol.
My heart is breaking for those she's left behind. I know her family was her world. My condolences go out to her entire family. She was sweet as an angel and will be deeply missed by those who knew and loved her!

Becky Albertson Lutz Nov 16 2020 12:00 AM