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Lisa Angus

August 9, 1967 — January 22, 2024

Kennesaw, GA

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Lisa Angus, also known as Lee, gracefully departed from this world on January 22, 2024, at her home. She was born on August 9, 1967, in the vibrant city of Miami, Florida, a place that would forever hold a special spot in her heart. Lisa's radiant and compassionate spirit touched the lives of all those who had the privilege of knowing her.

Throughout her life, Lisa demonstrated an unwavering commitment to excellence in her career. She served as a Senior AE at Tukios and her unparalleled dedication made her an invaluable asset to the company. With great charisma and an impeccable work ethic, she tackled challenges head-on and inspired those around her to reach new heights. Her impact in the professional realm is immeasurable.

Lisa's thirst for knowledge led her to complete a Bachelor's degree in Communications from Florida Southern College. This accomplishment not only exemplified her intellectual prowess but also provided her with a solid foundation upon which she built an exceptional life.

Beyond her career and education, Lisa cherished the simple pleasures that life had to offer. One of her fondest memories was shelling on the beach, where she would spend hours collecting seashells as if each one held deep meaning and beauty. Engaging with nature in this way brought about tranquility within her soul.

Known for her kind and supportive nature, Lisa radiated warmth wherever she went. Her friends and family will fondly remember the moments shared with this remarkable woman who always offered unconditional love and understanding. To witness her infectious smile and hear words of encouragement was to experience firsthand the wellspring of compassion that resided within Lisa's heart.

Lisa's role as a mother brought indescribable joy into her life. She took immense pride in raising Zach Stire, her beloved son who meant everything to her. The love between them served as an everlasting testament to their unbreakable bond. Lisa's proudest accomplishment was undoubtedly the love and strength she instilled in her son.

In honoring Lisa's life, we will gather for a Celebration of Life event on February 2, 2024, at Sonzini Mortuary in Ogden, Utah. The event will commence at 10:00 AM and conclude at 11:00 AM, allowing all those who held Lisa dear to come together and pay their respects. The address for the funeral home is 2326 E Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT 84409, United States. This will be an occasion to recognize not only the beautiful life Lisa led but also the lasting impact she had on each person she encountered.

As we mourn her passing after a brief illness, it is important to remember that although Lisa's physical presence may be gone, her spirit lives on in our hearts and minds forever. She taught us the importance of kindness and compassion and leaves behind a legacy that will continue to inspire us all.


Lisa Angus will be remembered as an exceptional individual who embraced life's offerings wholeheartedly. Her magnetic personality and unwavering support touched everyone fortunate enough to cross her path. Let us cherish the memories we shared with her and carry forward her legacy of love and empathy.


In this time of sorrow, our thoughts are with Zach Stire, Lisa's cherished son who was an incredible source of happiness in her life. May he find solace in knowing that his mother's love will always remain eternally present.


May Lisa Angus rest serenely in peace as the angels embrace her gentle soul.

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Friday, February 2, 2024

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