Lisa Renee Sawyer

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LISA SAWYER
July 26, 1963 ~ June 6, 2018
" Lisa was a visionary, her energy was boundless
and her gifts were many."

Lisa Sawyer, 54, of Vancouver, WA, passed away June 6, 2018 in a motorcycle accident near St. Regis, MT. She was born Lisa Renee Martin in Vancouver, WA to Elizabeth Louise Zacha and Kenneth Ray Martin on July 26, 1963.
Lisa's short 54 years were filled with tremendous joy and laughter. She will always be remembered for her enormous sense of humor, the love she had for her children, and her immense creativity.
Lisa was in the floral industry for 37 years, much of that time with the Safeway corporation as a designer, merchandiser and divisional manager. Lisa's designs have been featured in national bridal and garden publications. Her client roster included Melinda and Bill Gates.
Lisa was an avid sports fan and was passionate about interior design and gardening. Above all else, she loved being a mom.
Lisa is survived by her daughter, Dylan Renee Fagan; grandson, Ryker James Belleville; son, Keenan Robert Fagan; sister, Carolyn Louise McKee; brothers, Curtis Ray Martin and Troy Steven Olson; mother, Elizabeth Louise Zacha; niece, Kaitlin Rai McKee; & nephews, John Richard Mckee, Mario Emmanuel Lee Page, Blake Ray Martin.
She was preceded in death by her brothers, Rick and John Martin; grandparents, John and Charlotte Zacha; grandmother, Daphne Martin; and father, Kenneth Ray Martin.
Life so beautifully lived deserves to be remembered. Please join Lisa's family and friends for her Celebration of Life on Saturday, June 16th, 2018 at 3PM at 22301 NE 51st Street, Vancouver, WA 98682.
In lieu of flowers, a Go Fund Me account has been established for Dylan and Keenan at the request of family:
https://www.gofundme.com/eygcp-supportfundforthekids
Please sign her guest book at: www.columbian.com/obits.
Published in The Columbian on June 13, 2018