Lisa Michelle Stonehouse-Spreen born July 24th, 1968 passed away late evening of March 24th, 2021 at the age of 52. She was the wife of Allan Dwight Spreen for 33 beautiful and loved years. She was a mother to Samantha Christine Spreen-Weber and Kyle Allan Spreen. She also loved her (as she called them “bonus children”) David William Weber and Kaitlyn Rose Wenzel-Spreen and she was the most amazing grandma to Ryker William Weber and Brantley Allan Spreen.
Lisa was born in Hudson Bay Saskatchewan and was a daughter to Harold James Stonehouse and Carol Ann Louise Ross-Stonehouse. She had a brother, Leslie James Harold Stonehouse and sister in-law Emelia Rosalene Kazlauskas-Stonehouse.
Lisa moved to Edson with Harold, Carol and Leslie on Halloween of 1982. She attended Parkland Composite High School and met the love of her life in 1985. They dated until they got married in 1988. They had over a whopping 400 guests and had their reception at the Edson Golf Course. They always knew how to have a Party! The love between Allan and Lisa was un-matched. They were high school sweethearts and the love of each other’s lives. They did everything together. You could even say they were inseparable.
Lisa also was blessed with loving in-laws Carl Spreen and wife Marjorie Spreen who loved her very much and 3 amazing sister in-laws, Lillian Spreen-Nero with husband Dale Nero, Teresa Tailby with husband Ed Tailby and Elizabeth Craig and husband Wade Craig. Over the years they took turns holding family events, fires, camping trips, and holidays. They were raised close and in turn their kids close.
Lisa was an aunty to Stephen Coleman, Brittney Craig, Jessica Craig, Kaitlyn Zslnka, Shanelle Craig, Kendall Zslnka, Rachel Tailby, Morgan Zslnka and Dawson Craig, but to Lisa those were her extended kids. She loved all of them very much and let them know it with birthday texts, anniversary texts, random I love you messages and as I am sure all the kids would agree, the biggest, warmest and most meaningful hugs you would ever receive. She kept pictures of all her nieces, nephews and of course their babies on her phone. She showed them off proud and bragged them all up with their accomplishments.
Lisa made a lot of friends along the way, her oldest and dearest of 30+ years was Cheryle Robinson. Her husband Calvin Robinson and their daughter Candance Robinson spent many years camping, racing, eating wings and going to meat draws and other various events together. They raised their children together. Also long time friends were Cindy and Neil Plamondon and Chance Stolz.
With her family and friends she very much enjoyed rzr rippin, camping, snowmobiling, and sitting around the bonfire (that was always too hot to sit close to). She always over packed snacks and made sure everyone was well fed. Nothing made her happier than seeing everyone smiling and enjoying themselves.
Lisa also took her dogs everywhere! You can’t remember her without thinking of a dog in her lap or paw prints all over her pants. She loved her pups very much and the joke was always that she spoiled those darn dogs more than her kids and she would reply “they’re not spoiled, they’re well loved. There is a difference.”
Lisa was one of the most compassionate, loving, nurturing and beautiful women. When she asked about your day she asked because she cared. If you were down, she would have open arms and her ears ready to listen. Lisa had a genuine smile and the most beautiful laugh.
You are loved and will be forever in our hearts.
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