July 13, 1959 ~ October 15, 2021 (62 years old)
Lisa Ann Stoddard Dixon, daughter, sister, mother, grandmother and loving friend, was born on July 13, 1959 and died on October 15, 2021. She was born in Ogden, Utah and spent most of her baby there childhood, before moving to Roy. , Utah, graduated from Roy High School in 1977. She continued her education by completing a double major in Family Studies / Psychology (BS) at Weber State University, an MA in Counseling (MA) at the University of Phoenix and a master’s degree in forensic psychology (master’s) from the University of Argosy. She has worked at the YCC Family Crisis Center, the Intermountain Specialized Abuse Treatment Center (ISAT), and Empowerment Counseling. Lisa’s colleagues at Empowerment Counseling shared that her presence has brought about such a profound and lasting change throughout their agency, team and mission, accomplished through her most genuine and sincere dedication to service. others. Lisa has especially been able to solve some of the most difficult and burdensome problems, she is a rare healer who has such a big heart to see good in some of the darkest places in our society. She was a real healer. She had a way of entering into your human experience and the empathy you could feel whenever you were with her. She carried everyone’s burdens even those that were too heavy. She had a heart that could see the best of all of us, even when we couldn’t see it ourselves. She was cherished and loved by her colleagues and clients, she will be sadly missed. Lisa would like us to stop, stop and look at ourselves and our humanity that brings us together, no matter what tragedies we think might divide us.
Lisa was a warrior for humanity, she was an everyday heroine. Lisa demonstrated and lived an example of giving love to others. His sacrifices will be felt forever and will thrill and continue. It was so beautiful to see her show peace and have such joy and appreciation of life and experience happiness and love every day! Lisa loved to write and work amazing cross stitch artwork. She loved old MGM musicals and reading. She excelled in the art of dance and piano in her early years, but playing the alto clarinet was her passion. She was selected to perform with the American Youth Band while traveling throughout Europe. She devoted most of her personal time to caring for her precious constant companions, Luna and Leilo.
Lisa is survived by three daughters, Tyan Hardy, Amber Stoddard and Mariah Stoddard; seven grandchildren and a great-grandson whom she so hoped to meet. She is also survived by her mother, Annabel (Jerry) Hofer; father, Russell (Joyce) Stoddard; siblings, Robin (Stoddard) Romero and Shawn Stoddard. She was predeceased by her sister, Wendy (Stoddard) Downey; and brother-in-law, Leonard Romero.
Funeral services will be on Friday, October 22, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. at Lindquist’s Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd. Friends can visit family on Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Ogden Mortuary in Lindquist, 3408 Washington Blvd.
We would like to invite everyone to join the family after services at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 4524 South 2525 West, Roy, Utah
The family would like to thank the intensive care unit team at McKay Dee Hospital for their care and commitment to Lisa and all of her other medical providers who took care of her. her, allowing Lisa to live the best life possible.
In lieu of flowers, a fund was created in Lisa’s name at the Education First Credit Union.
Services will be recorded and available by scrolling to the bottom of Lisa’s obituary within 24 hours of service.
Posted by Lindquist Mortuary – Ogden on October 20, 2021.