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Lisa Anne (Roerk) Renfro

May 20, 1963 ~ May 22, 2022 (age 59)

Obituary

Lisa Anne Renfro (Roerk) 59 of Louisville, Ky. Passed away at her sister’s home in Clarksville, IN after a very short battle with stage 4 metastatic cancer. She was surrounded by her sister’s and her children and closest friends were present, with Nat King Cole playing in the background “Unforgettable”, one of her favorite songs.

Lisa was preceded in death by her parents; Victor and Fredricka Roerk (Hall), Her birth mother Carolyn Marie Froedge (Marcum).

She leaves to cherish her memory her two daughters; Jennifer Laura Renfro and Jessica Anne Renfro, Both from Louisville Ky, Sisters; Cheryl Lynne Lynch (Gary) of Clarksville, In, Kimberly Jo Javins (Carl) of Charlestown, In, a brother Michael Ray Brown. Three grandchildren who she adored and they adored back, and numerous Aunts, Uncles, cousins’ nieces, nephews and so many friends that they could fill a room by themselves! Her and her sister Kimberly shared the same birthday, 4 years apart, which she absolutely loved. They were the birthday sisters! She would always say “you’re about to catch me” and Kimmy would say” but you’re always going to be older”. They laughed about that every birthday! She was very close with her sister Cheryl, which is where she was staying and receiving her care. Cheryl did an amazing job taking care of her and Lisa didn’t think anyone else could do it as well! When We would give Cheryl a break, she still wanted her!

Lisa was a former care giver for the elderly and sick, a job she thrived in. It brought her much joy in taking care of people and helping others. She had an infectious smile and contagious laugh. She was all of 4’11 but packed a big punch when it came to being the life of the party. The way she could tell a story was just amazing. She was caring in her own way, which she never thought was good enough and struggled with self-esteem, however I assure you, she was beautiful inside and out. She was very giving of her heart and loved deeply.

She loved Crooner music, with Nat King Cole and Dean Martin being her favorites. During her last few days, her daughter played some of those for her and she actually sang and tried to dance. Those will be some joyous memories!

Lisa gave her life to Jesus just a day before she went to join our Heavenly Father! That alone brings us peace, knowing she will spend eternity with Him!

The family ask in lieu of flowers, to make donations to Scott Funeral Home’s Angel Fund to help cover the cost of services for those families who have lost a child. Lisa did not want a service, so her wishes will be carried out.

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