Lisa Seavert

Lisa Seavert

Lisa Seavert

Lisa Marie Seavert, age 36 of Apple Valley, formerly of Redwood Falls, passed away unexpectedly Friday, July 12, 2019.  Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, July 17 at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Redwood Falls.  Visitation is 9:00-11:00 a.m. Wednesday at the church.  Burial is in Redwood Falls Cemetery.  Stephens Funeral Service – Redwood Valley Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements.

Lisa Marie Seavert was born September 22, 1982 in Redwood Falls, Minnesota to Rich and Karen (Barnhart) Seavert.  She was baptized and confirmed at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church.  Lisa graduated from Redwood Valley High School in 2001 and received her Bachelor Degree in zoology from North Dakota State University in December 2004.  She had a love of music and animals.  Lisa played piano and French horn, and also sang.  She participated in dance and was on the dance team at Redwood Valley.  Lisa also sang in the jazz choir.  She served an internship at Earthwatch Institute in Washington where she participated in an Earthwatch Expedition of the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute.  Lisa was a volunteer at the Redwood Falls Animal Shelter.  She worked as manager at Woof Dah! managing staff and training employees.  Lisa enjoyed painting and loved travel and history.  She was selected to travel to Europe with the Ambassadors to Music.

Lisa is survived by her parents Rich and Karen Seavert of Redwood Falls, maternal grandparents Herbert and Jean Barnhart of Spring Valley, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.  She is preceded in death by her paternal grandparents Norma and Allen Seavert and fiancé Andrew Jenniges.

13 thoughts on “Lisa Seavert”

  1. We will miss you Lisa Marie. We loved watching you grow up and we were very proud to be your aunt and uncle. So sorry that your dreams did not all come true. We will never forget your college graduation when you kept pulling out all the special award medals you had won and you kept in your pocket! You will always have a special place in our hearts and know that we will always love you! Aunt Jo and Uncle John

  2. Mary Kay Kerkhoff

    My Heartfelt Sympathy to Rich, Karen and family. No one can truly comprehend the loss that you feel, the sadness that you must be going through. Warm thoughts are reaching out in hopes that you find comfort in knowing that you have friends to support you during this difficult time.

  3. Jennifer Franklin

    Our condolences to your family. So very sorry for your loss. Continued prayers for all of you.

  4. Linda Alexander-Maitland

    No words can say how deeply saddened the Appel Family is by your loss of your Beautiful daughter. Our heartfelt prayers for you?. Linda Appel-Alexander-Maitland and Family

  5. Diane Woodford

    Our sympathy to the family of Lisa Seavert. May God give you strength, comfort and peace in the days ahead.
    John and Diane Woodford

  6. Mary Nelson-Ebenhoh

    Rich and Karen: I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Lisa. My condolences and prayers to you and everyone who loved her. I remember watching her grow up in Girl Scouts, Troop 100, with Linda Schiller and I. I remember Amanda Nelson and Lisa always had the highest Girl Scout Cookie sales . Go Troop 100!
    May Lisa’s love and memories help you through this difficult time.

  7. Rich and Karen – May you find peace in your memories. Enjoyed working with Lisa at the Pizza Ranch. Deloris Fast

  8. Hi this is Lisa’s best friend Carly. I just wanted to say i think you are a great mother and father to Lisa. I know she told me you tried hard to have her stay in the hospital, unfortunately the system failed to give her the help she desperately needed. I’ve been very upset and hurt by this. I’m keeping you in my prayers.

  9. My heart just hurts for you Rich and Karen and your whole family. If I could do anything to help ease your pain, I would. I am keeping you all in my prayers. I am so very sorry for your loss.

  10. Rich and Karen,

    My heart brakes for you. The loss of a child (at any age) is truly unimaginable. Words cannot express the pain you must be experiencing. Know that you have much love and support in the community and that you are not alone. May you find peace in the coming days and years moving forward.

  11. Rick Thielen & Elaine Malecha

    Rich and Karen. Words just cannot express how sorry we feel in your loss. It is such a tragedy for someone so young to pass on. You have our deepest sympathy.

  12. Randy & Ellen Picka

    Rich and Karen, our condolences to you. Our sympathies to you both. You will be in our prayers.

  13. Tom and Doris Rohde

    Rich & Karen, we are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts are broken. The last time we saw Lisa was when we were visiting your mom & dad last year. We had a wonderful visit and she came down not just one time but made the effort to come a 2nd time while we were there. She was a sweet, talented, & beautiful girl. Lisa, we love you & you will be sadly missed. Love Uncle Tom & Aunt Doris

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