Lisa Marie Meyer, born in Los Angeles, California on November 2, 1956, graced this world with her wit, dedication, and an inspiring spirit that touched everyone who knew her. She brought laughter and joy to any room she entered, her witty and funny nature a beacon of light for those who needed it. Lisa spent the majority of her adult life in Midvale, Utah, a place she loved and called home for 8 years. This spirited woman, who was always ready with a quick joke or an encouraging word, will be missed by all.\n\nLisa was a dedicated and hard-working woman, who committed 15 years of her life to the United States Postal Service. Her service to the community did not go unnoticed, as she received numerous awards for her hard work and dedication. Despite her professional accomplishments, what mattered most to Lisa was her family. A caring mother and doting grandmother, she found the most joy in the time spent with her children and grandchildren. As someone who believed in the power of education, she took pride in her bachelor's degree in early childhood education and a minor in French. Her love for road trips, hockey, and musicals was infectious, and she passed on this passion to her children, making every moment a memorable journey.\n\nLisa is survived by her children, Brittany (Braden) Meyer, Richard Meyer, and William (Anastasia) Meyer; and her beloved grandchildren, Storii Lopez, Levi Russell, Cyrus Meyer, Rowan Russell, and Lilith Meyer. She was preceded in death by her mother, Sherry Pittman; brother, Richard Deal; and grandson, Aiden Meyer. As Mark Twain once said, "The secret of getting ahead is getting started," and Lisa truly embraced this spirit in her life, inspiring all who knew her.\n\nPlease join us in celebrating Lisa's life by sharing your favorite memories and photos on her memorial page. The family encourages friends and loved ones to leave messages and tributes, as your words of comfort and shared memories will be treasured. In the words of Lisa herself, "Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened." Share a smile, a story, a photo, and let's remember Lisa for the witty, dedicated, funny, and inspiring woman she was. Your contributions will help keep her memory alive for generations to come.