August 12, 1965 - February 21, 2021
Sunday morning in Annapolis was the perfect moment to soar. The sunlight was amazing as it shined across the bay and cut shadows made by glistening ice laden trees. The light was that special kind of golden white light, the kind you consciously step into and take pause to feel that special embrace, a preview of heaven. Lisa Maria Dickinson picked her moment and place; she passed shortly after sunrise on Sunday, February 21, 2021. She passed peacefully, surrounded by the love, warmth, and serenity, best found at home with loved ones. With the love and support of family, and many friends, Lisa fought the good fight against an improbably difficult disease. Along the way, she found her courage, and she always had a special grace. Lisa was a selfless and supremely gifted Mother. She raised two amazing daughters, Julia, and Carina. Both are students at Archbishop Spalding High School, and both attended St. Martins and St. Mary’s grade and middle schools. Lisa was raised in Kensington, MD, attended Holy Cross High School, and graduated from the University of Maryland. She married Raymond in 1995 and settled in Annapolis in 2003. Daughter, Julia was born in 2005 and daughter Carina 2006. For a time, everything was perfect and blessed. Lisa was so young and is predeceased by few. Robert Barnard was her father; Maria was her twin sister. Lisa leaves behind her Mother, Teresa, a brother, Anthony Barnard, sisters-in-law, Becky Barnard, and Victoria Dickinson. Raised in a large, Catholic family, Lisa had countless uncles, aunts, and cousins in her life; they all supported Lisa in her battle with cancer. Lisa’s aunt, Theresa Flanagan and her cousin Angela McNerney were always special to Lisa; they, and their families, gave selflessly, helping as care givers and guides to Lisa and her family. Lisa’s family will receive visitors at Lasting Tributes Funeral Care, 814 Bestgate Road, Annapolis, MD 21401, on Saturday, February 27, 2021, from 2-4pm. Covid-19 sensitivities and sensibilities needed and appreciated. A Celebration of Lisa’s life will be scheduled. Once the days become warmer, longer, and brighter, a date and event will be set and announced.
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