Lisa Redfield



Photo by Debbie Rose
Photo by Debbie Rose

(September 6, 1960 - July 2, 2015)


The Lusk Herald
July 8, 2015



Lusk's Legend of Rawhide pageant will be without one of its most beautiful "Indian" women. Lisa Redfield passed peacefully from this life in the early morning July 2, 2015. She was a graduate of Niobrara county High School in the class of 1978 and was a cheerleader at the school.

Lisa will be forever in the hearts and minds of so many - and especially Brad Booke, the love of her life; her dear mother, Betty Redfield; her precious children, J.W. Alexander, Jonathan Alexander, Jody Alexander, and Jamie Alexander, and their loved ones; her beautiful grandchildren, David and Gracie Alexander; her sisters Leanne Johnson and Becky Redfield-Bauer and their families; her brother Jon Redfield and his family; and many nieces and nephews.

These folks, and many others, celebrated Lisa's life in a Fourth of July gathering in Lusk, Wyoming, where Lisa spent her childhood and high school years. After attending college at the University of Wyoming, Lisa settled in Bozeman, Montana, where she raised her family and where her beautiful smile and laugh became a part of the lives of all who knew her.

After her kids and family, Lisa found her greatest joy in the sight and sound of mountain rivers, which gave her time for reflection and brought her peace. On July 5, Lisa's family started a tradition in her honor by taking the First Annual Lisa Redfield Memorial Platte River Float - simply hours of fun that Lisa had enjoyed countless times in her life. Her loved ones will try their best to carry forward another source of great pleasure to her.

Lisa believed passionately in the natural healing power of the human body and spirit. She sacrificed and saved to give herself the opportunity to learn from those who are learned in natural healing - and she took great satisfaction and pride in becoming a certified bioenergy therapist.

Lisa left this world far too soon for all of us - she was only 54 - but she believed that all things happened in their own time. She will have the comfort and company of her father, Leroy, and her brother, Dave, who passed away before Lisa. Memorials may be sent to Betty Redfield, Box 1148, Lusk, Wyoming, 82225, who will see to it that Lisa's dreams endure.

We love you, Lisa.








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