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Lisa Anderson Park

November 15, 1967 — June 21, 2021

Lisa Anderson Park

Lisa McCoy Anderson Park, 53, of College Station, passed away on June 21, 2021.

She was born on November 15, 1967 to David Townsend and Dolores McCoy Marrs, in Dallas, Texas. She grew up in Jacksonville, Texas, until the seventh grade and then completed hight school in Rockdale, Texas. As a child she was imaginative, playful, and determined, Known early for unusual answers, when asked at age four what she wanted to be when she grew up she calmly and thoughtfully replied, "Rich."

She always had many friends and enjoyed dancing and attending parties. Her friends will miss the quirky, fun, giving, and strong heart of Lisa.

She graduated cum laude from Bauder Fashion College. She had an eye for beauty and style! She was very creative and enjoyed painting her clothes and shoes with her own designs. She was truly magic when it came to skin care and fashion.
Lisa loved her family more than anything, especially her daughter. She loved large inclusive family gatherings. Many will remember her beauty, her innocence, her determination, and how much she loved everyone.

She had a deep love for music and different types of musical instruments. She collected stones as well as a mass of sneakers.
Lisa was a very spiritual and dedicated Christian who lived, loved, and honored her faith. She had a finely honed sense of humor and was blessed with ability to love and accept all living beings.

She will be missed dearly by her loving fiancé Rick; her dearly loved daughter Ellen Austin Anderson; her parents David W. Townsend and Dolores Gale McCoy Marrs; her brother Doyle Thomas Marrs; and her granddog Beau and her grandcat Zoey.
Lisa was joined in heaven with her grandparents Doyle and Doris McCoy; her great uncle Ellis Ebarb and great aunt Gloria Ebarb; her grandparents William Forest Townsend and Dorothy Nell Jones; her beloved Chelsea, Monday, Mica and many other special pets.

The family would like to thank the people at NAMI for Brazos County, especially Tracey Sanders.

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