Obit: Lisa Stone

Obit: Lisa Stone

July 25th, 2012 in Obituaries
Location: Hamilton county

Lisa Krueger Stone, 48, of Signal Mountain, went home to Heaven to live with our God and Savior, Jesus Christ on Monday, July 23, 2012, after a brave and gallant fight with cancer.Lisa is survived by her beloved son, William Bryan "Trey" Stone III, and, her loving husband, William Bryan "Bill" Stone II. Also, her parents, Larry and Marilyn Krueger, Henderson, Nev.; brother, Jonathan Krueger, Los Angeles, Calif.; her parents-in-law, Bryan and Ann Stone, Rainbow City, Ala.; and brother-in-law, John Stone, Rainbow City, Ala. Lisa was welcomed to heaven by her grandparents, Julius and Bertha Krueger, and Charles and Travis Scott.A native of Tullahoma, Tenn., and later Brentwood, Tenn., Mrs. Stone was a graduate of Tullahoma High School, and, Middle Tennessee State University, where she was a member of Alpha Delta Pi. Lisa was an accomplished pianist and database programmer. She was employed by Schneider Electric/Square D Company for over 16 years, and had devoted the remainder of her life to Bill, Trey, her friends, neighbors and her Bible Study Sisters of Community Bible Studies, Franklin, Tenn.Lisa was a member of Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church, where she was a member of the Sanctuary Choir, and formerly of Brentwood Baptist Church, where she taught childrens choir and Sunday School classes for over 12 years. A shining example of Gods love and grace, Lisa was revealed in her study, and love, of the Scriptures. There is certainly a new angel singing in the angelic choirs of heaven with Lisas earthly departure!Bill and Trey wish to thank: Jonathan Krueger for caring for Lisa during her fight at M.D. Anderson Center and back home in Signal Mountain; Drs. Bynon, Papadopoulos, Janku and Lee, as well as the other doctors, nurses and caregivers at M.D. Anderson Center, Houston, Texas, Alexian Signal Mountain and Hospice of Chattanooga; Lisas special sisters in Christ: Karen Smith, Julie Perez, Rebecca Wert, Amy Mizell, the Community Bible Study ladies, the "Wigwam ladies", her PATA sisters; the Fayette Court cul-de-sac; the families of Conner Creek; the communities of Signal Mountain, Brentwood, Tullahoma and Rainbow City; and her "adopted" Auburn family. A special thank you to Lisas pastors, Dr. Mike Glenn, Brentwood Baptist Church, Brentwood, Tenn., and Dr. Bill Dudley, Rev. Margaret Ferguson, Dr. Tim Filston, Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church. God Bless you all.On earth, Lisa loved and was loved. Her departure leaves a void for us left behind, however, rejoice! She lives eternally with her God, our God, because by grace, she was saved.We thank everyone who has lifted Lisa, and Trey and Bill in your prayers during this battle. Please continue to pray for Trey and Bill, and all who know and love Lisa.A celebration of Lisas life will be held at the Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church sanctuary, at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 28.In lieu of flowers, please consider memorial donations to the Lisa K. Stone Memorial Scholarship Fund for William Bryan (Trey) Stone III, Family Savings Credit Union, 711 East Meighan Blvd, Gadsden, AL 35903; the Lisa K. Stone Memorial Alumni Scholar Endowment, c/o AU Foundation, 317 South College St., Auburn, AL 36849; or the Sanctuary Choir, Signal Mountain Presbyterian Church.Please consider a letter, or card, to Trey Stone, 4610 Conner Creek Drive, Signal Mountain, TN 37377, of Lisas legacy to you, and/or your encouragements for him.You are encouraged to share a memory of Lisa and/or your personal condolences with the family by visiting her memorial web page and guest book at www.companionfunerals.com.Companion Funeral & Cremation Service of Cleveland, Tenn., is honored to assist the Stone family with these arrangements.