Lisa Weigle

Funeral Service

Funeral Service Live Stream January 28, 2021 6:00 P.M. Mountain Time.

Obituary of Lisa Sami Weigle

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Born in Boise, ID on July 18th, 1964, Lisa remained a Boise native her whole life. She attended Garfield, North Jr High, Boise High and Boise State University. She was highly accredited in her field of massage therapy specializing in helping those with chronic pain.

Lisa had a wonderful flair for all things artistic. Whether she touched a gift box or a canvas, she turned it into a masterpiece. She transformed her home and garden into a sanctuary that is pure magic. The perfect place for her adopted squirrels, birds and hopefully the elusive owl, which was her spirit animal.

She had a love for all critters big or small and had many throughout the years. Horses, a miniature burro, rabbits, cats and dogs just to name a few.  The most recent was her beloved little dog, Frankie.

Lisa was spiritual, had an open, loving heart and was happiest when giving to others. Friends and family were of the upmost importance to her with a special fondness for her nieces and nephews. She was always there with words of guidance, a beautiful meal, a warm hug and lots of giggles. Laughter makes the world a better place and she knew it well.

She was loved and will be dearly missed.

She was preceded in death by her father, David R Samuelsen, her grandparents, William and Jessie Lois Irvin, David and Clarinda Samuelsen and her uncle, John Irvin (Terri).

She is survived by her mother, Ann Samuelsen, her sisters, Lynn Killian (Mike Foldesi), Laurie Samuelsen (Don Blackstone) and her nieces and nephews, Alisha Seastone (Dave), Dave Ihm (Franceine), Annie Foldesi plus the grand nieces and nephews, Jack, Aydan, Leigha, Fyn, James, Eva and Emma.

There will be a celebration of life to happen at a future date.

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