Lisa Winters

June 28, 1983 - January 16, 2022

06/28/1983 - 01/16/2022

Past Services

Thursday January 20, 2022
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Judy’s Pub and Eatery

315 N. Great Neck Road #364

Virginia Beach, VA 23454

Lisa Winters: Virginia Beach, VA. – The world lost a vibrant, loving and gregarious young woman on Sunday, January 16th. At only 38 years old, it was much too soon. Lisa Winters had a huge heart, warm and engaging personality, fabulous laugh and quick wit, with an ability to see the world from a unique perspective. She loved life, people and travel (particularly to warmer climates).
Lisa grew up in Waterville, Maine, the daughter of Dorie Hawkes Winters and Mark Winters. She was an accomplished cross-country runner and track athlete. For the past decade, Lisa was a resident of Virginia Beach. She worked with numerous companies in the restaurant industry during her career and had an exceptional work ethic, with deep respect and loyalty for her employers.
She loved family, was an adoring and fun aunt to her niece, Logan Winters, and nephews Gordie, Robert and Conrad Winters and had a deep commitment to her friends. Lisa is survived by her parents, her brothers and their wives, C. Todd Winters and sister-in-law Dr. Jessica Winters, and Timothy Winters and sister-in-law Natsuko Winters.  She is also survived by several aunts, uncles, and cousins. She was much loved, respected and will be missed by all of us.
A Celebration of Lisa’s Life will be held at Judy’s Pub & Eatery at 315 N. Great Neck Road, Suite 364, Virginia Beach on Thursday, January 20th from 2 PM to 5 PM.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the AYC of Greater Waterville, Maine, the Norfolk (Virginia) SPCA Adoption Center or the Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center.

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2 years ago

Night out for Cirque du Soleil in Worcester

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Graduation Day 2014

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After work fun

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2 years ago

We met Lisa when she was our server at pub 99 in Worcester Massachusetts. She was full of personality and spunk. We quickly became friends, not just customers. We were heartbroken to hear of her passing and send our deepest condolences to her family.

Jayne and Geoff Gaboriault

2 years ago

Lisa was a close friend of mine back when we both lived together in Worcester and worked at the 99, which feels like yesterday even though it was 10 years ago. I have so many memories with her that I have been spending this week reflecting on, looking at old pictures, remembering, to honor the person and friend she was for me. I feel so thankful I got to have a small meaningful chapter in her exciting, fun, and love filled book of life. My heart is so saddened that she is no longer here. My thoughts, deepest sympathies, and love go out to all of her friends and family. You will remain in our hearts and truly be missed.

Stephanie L King
2 years ago

You know her 30 seconds and can write any of the above! Awesome sense of style, huge loving heart, beautiful inside and out! The world became better with her in it!

Dot & Paul MacIntosh
2 years ago

We met Lisa at The Lighthouse in Virginia Beach, on June 28, 2016. We were supposed to be married on the beach, but it rained sideways, and we got married in the bar. She was bartender for us and our guests, and at that point, we didn’t know it was her birthday. Over time we visited often, and got to know Lisa quite well. Like everyone, she had a story, and hers was quite the roller coaster. I am going to miss her smile, and turtle stories, and the middle of the night Messenger conversations. I will cherish the necklace and piece of table art she made for me. We are overwhelmingly sad, and at the same time feel so lucky and blessed to have known her.
Our deepest sympathies to her family.

Joseph/Linda McMahon
2 years ago

Lisa, we never knew you, but after seeing the Celebration of Life video we could tell that you were truly were loved by your family and friends. Your passing has left a void in many hearts and that beautiful, radiant smile will surely be missed by all. May God rest your soul and comfort your friends and family.

Stoll’s from ohio
2 years ago

Our sympathies to Lisa’s family. We got to know her from visiting Virginia Beach every year at the lighthouse bar. After missing a year due to covd we made I back down last summer and ran into the lady she worked with their at the restaurant she works at now. We visited with her for a few minutes and asked if she new where Lisa worked. She told us where at so we went their the next evening we ate. She kinda remembered us from the lighthouse and she visited with us while we ate their also. She was always so pleasant to see every summer when we were in town. Our deepest sympathy from the two of us.