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Lisa Anne Haynes Webb

  • On October 9, 2020

Lisa Anne Haynes Webb, born May 20, 1963, took flight with the angels this October 8, 2020 with her daughters by her side.

Lisa was a force to be reckoned…she loved fiercely, fought passionately, and cared so deeply for her friends and family. Connection was her driving purpose, and like a magnet, people were drawn to her. She made lasting friendships everywhere she went with her easy smile and giving heart.

She enjoyed a good cup of coffee, whether in a quiet moment to herself or sharing one with a friend. Lisa could make any house a home, and you were always welcome. It never mattered how much time had passed since you last saw her, she was ready with a hug and good conversation.

Lisa’s commitment to compassion extended to her professional life as a certified nursing assistant, and it was recognized when she was awarded Brightstar’s Employee of the Year in 2018. Her work ethic was unmatched and she was well-respected as a natural leader.

Her greatest achievement, however, was being a mother.  Lisa wanted nothing more than her daughters to be happy, and she did everything she could to see that through.

We all know Lisa was gone too soon, and the imprint she leaves behind is significant. Hold her memory close, but hold your loved ones closer…she would want that.

Lisa is preceded in death by her father, Charles Haynes. She’ll be happy to see him again.

She is survived by her mother: Patricia Susa, her siblings: Charles (Mary Lynn) Haynes, Michael (Jeanine) Haynes, William Haynes, and Thomas (Leann) Haynes, her children: Stefanie (Stephen) Wittmaak, Rebecca Hrycko, her four grandchildren: Sebastian, Selby, Christopher, and Landon, and many nieces and nephews.

A service will be held in the chapel of Oak Spring Cemetery, 238 Oak Spring Road, Canonsburg, PA 15317, (724) 745-6565 at 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 10, 2020 with a burial afterwards.

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Sandra Olivetti
  • Oct 10 2020
Rest in peace my friend. You will always be in my heart. I miss you so much since you left Georgia. I know God has put you in the best place you deserve. Sandra Olivetti Francis Rd McDonald's
  • Oct 11 2020
Rest peacefully mummy. I’m so proud to be your daughter. I will never understand why this has happened to you, you didn’t deserve this & you deserved to live a long healthy life. I know you’re at peace and pain free. I just wish we had more time with you. Me and your grandsons will miss you forever & I can’t wait to be with you again when it’s my time to go. Send me signs and please watch over Stef and I. “Love you more” Xoxo Beca
  • Oct 11 2020
Rest in Peace Lisa. I always admired your positive and cheerful personality. You were a ray of sunshine, wherever you went. You will be dearly missed ❤ Viraj (BrightStar Care)
  • Oct 11 2020
What a beautiful woman, and what a beautiful legacy she gave to us in her children and grandchildren. God bless you and yours
Amber Gravitt-Martin
  • Oct 12 2020
Rest In Peace Lisa. You're kind and loving heart has touched so many people. You worked with me at McDonald's a for while and left a lasting impression of patience and kindness. You always had time to speak to every customer who may of needed an ear for someone to listen or who may of needed a kind word to lift their day. It is a privilege to have gotten to work and drink a cup of coffee with you.