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Lisa Kay Schon

May 25, 1979 – February 17, 2022


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Lisa Kay Schon, of San Tan Valley, Arizona, formerly of Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, passed away on February 17, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona.  She was born on May 25, 1979, to Peter and Susan Schon in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Lisa graduated with honors and held a bachelor and master of science degrees from UW Madison and Milwaukee. Lisa loved her career as a Licensed Professional Counselor and was a huge advocate for helping animals in need.

She is survived by her loving parents, Peter and Susan Schon; her best friend and sister, Megan (Steve) Hutto; grandmother, Anne Schon and her beloved dog, Harper Grace.

A Celebration of Life for Lisa will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the Summer of 2022 with a date and time to still be determined.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Lisa’s memory to, Animals Need Heroes Too/ UW School of Veterinary Medicine, Home – Animals Need Heroes Too or to the Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation (NETRF), Give Now – NETRF.

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4 responses to “Lisa Kay Schon”

  1. Sharon Lincoln says:

    So very sorry for your family’s loss. Memories are precious now!

  2. Sue and Dave DeZutel says:

    So very sorry for your loss. Nothing anyone can say will ease your pain. Just know your in our prayers.

  3. Molly O'Bryan says:

    Dear Schon Family, I am so very sorry to hear of Lisa’s passing – my deepest condolences to you. She and I hadn’t spoken in a few years, but I thought of her often and will continue to do so. Sending love to you all.

  4. Bryan Rech says:

    Mr and Mrs Schon and Megan – I am so sorry for your loss – Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs.
    With deepest sympathy as you remember Lisa

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Lisa Kay Schon

May 25, 1979 – February 17, 2022


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Lisa Kay Schon, of San Tan Valley, Arizona, formerly of Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, passed away on February 17, 2022 in Phoenix, Arizona.  She was born on May 25, 1979, to Peter and Susan Schon in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Lisa graduated with honors and held a bachelor and master of science degrees from UW Madison and Milwaukee. Lisa loved her career as a Licensed Professional Counselor and was a huge advocate for helping animals in need.

She is survived by her loving parents, Peter and Susan Schon; her best friend and sister, Megan (Steve) Hutto; grandmother, Anne Schon and her beloved dog, Harper Grace.

A Celebration of Life for Lisa will be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the Summer of 2022 with a date and time to still be determined.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Lisa’s memory to, Animals Need Heroes Too/ UW School of Veterinary Medicine, Home – Animals Need Heroes Too or to the Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation (NETRF), Give Now – NETRF.

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4 responses to “Lisa Kay Schon”

  1. Sharon Lincoln says:

    So very sorry for your family’s loss. Memories are precious now!

  2. Sue and Dave DeZutel says:

    So very sorry for your loss. Nothing anyone can say will ease your pain. Just know your in our prayers.

  3. Molly O'Bryan says:

    Dear Schon Family, I am so very sorry to hear of Lisa’s passing – my deepest condolences to you. She and I hadn’t spoken in a few years, but I thought of her often and will continue to do so. Sending love to you all.

  4. Bryan Rech says:

    Mr and Mrs Schon and Megan – I am so sorry for your loss – Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs.
    With deepest sympathy as you remember Lisa

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