In Memory

Lisa Felser (Millman)

Lisa Felser (Millman)

MILLMAN . Lisa Marie (nee Felser), loving wife of Douglas B. Millman, beloved mother of Lauren Marie, Benjamin Douglas (Holly Hathorn), and Samantha Lynne Millman, devoted daughter of Charles and Janice Felser, dear sister of Denise Carpenter, Kimberly Berry, Tammy Robinson, Gina, Bob, and Glenn Felser, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. August 30, 2005. Age 43 years. Residence Amelia, OH. Memorial service at T.P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington on Thursday, September 1, at 6 P.M. A Gathering on Thursday from 4-6 P.M. Memorials to the Wellness Community of Greater Cinti.
Funeral Home: T P White & Sons
Funeral Date: Sept.01, 6 p.m.

Lisa's husband Doug asked that her friends be notified of his address: 337 Lucy Run Road, Amelia 45102 and email:

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03/16/09 04:58 PM #1    

Darci Lingenfelser (Hayford)

Lisa was a pretty close friend of mine, even after high school. After all, we stole part of my last name, I used to tell her. LOL Lisa was a true sweetheart. This is heart breaking, and I wish I knew what happened. If anyone knows, please send me an email.

03/17/09 09:49 AM #2    

Carol Lang (Lambert)

Yes I want to know too - Lisa and I were best buds for a long long time - I was in her wedding and she was in mine.

I cannot believe she is gone. This comes as a huge shock to me.

She was a wonderful person and I am sure a phenominal mother and wife.

03/17/09 10:26 AM #3    

Greta Zepf (Swanson)

I was also shocked to hear that Lisa passed away. She was a great girl and lots of fun. We had a gym class together and she was so funny. She was always making faces behind Miss Meadows back and I was the one getting yelled at for laughing.

I found her obituary in the Cincinnati Enquirer and was sad that I didn't see it when it happened.

03/17/09 11:20 AM #4    

Carol Lang (Lambert)

I found this on as an "authorized biography" that Lisa submitted.

I have been married to the same man for 20 years. I have 3 kids, lauren 18, Ben 15, and Samantha 13.
They are all wonderful people, I am very lucky. I am married to Doug Millman, we got married outdoors in 1981 after the ceremony we rode away on a 1969 Harley Davidson Motorcycle. We still have the bike today. I work for a dentist in Hyde Park, I have worked there for 16 years, I am the front desk manager. I love my job. I love to bicycle, I do alot of rides during the season. Every year I participate in the M.S. 150 I ride 150 miles in 2 days to raise $$$ for Multiple Sclerosis. I am part of the Treadhead Team. I love anything outdoors, walking, rollerblading, soccer(i still play now and then),swimming anything and everything. We recently built a home in Amelia on 5 acres of land. I have a very nice life,things are good.

03/18/09 01:25 AM #5    

Tina Anderson (Honican)

it breaks my heart that she is gone. i do remember the faces she use to make in gym class.

03/18/09 08:47 PM #6    

Cheryl Walters (O'Neill)

I think that Lisa passed away maybe 4 years ago? I think that she had some form of brain cancer and fought a very long, hard battle to live. I remember that there was a benefit for her to assist with some medical bills since she was not able to work for a very long time. I can get details. A very close friend of hers started working with me recently.

03/26/09 07:46 PM #7    

Joan Fleming (Mountel)

I taught Lisa's children and remember her as a frequent parent volunteer at the middle school. Her kids were a pleasure to have in class. I enlisted her daughter to give my daughter, Annie, private flute lessons when Annie began playing flute at Ayer. They were so cute together! When I first heard the news, I was in shock. Cheryl is correct, Lisa died of a brain tumor. I still can't believe it happened.

06/14/09 01:36 PM #8    

Tina Mooney

If anyone has photos of Lisa please send them to me so we can include them in our slide show.

07/04/09 08:58 AM #9    

Denise. Ratliff (Evans)

Lisa always had a great sense of humor, she made me smile and laugh many, many times!

01/10/11 10:21 AM #10    

Julie Tuke (Faust)

I knew Lisa through mostly soccer. What a full speed and determined player she was! Head up and back straight she took on the opponents! If she won the challenge she would come back laughing if she lost that challenge, she got fired up and was determined to finish the job! Full of fire and fun she was!

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