Elisabeth (Beall) Erspamer

April 16, 1958 ~ January 4, 2022 (age 63)

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Elisabeth “Lisa” Beall Erspamer, 63, passed peacefully into the arms of her heavenly Father on January, 4, 2022.

Lisa was born on April 16, 1958, in Dallas, Texas to James F. “Jim” and Molly Beall. She dearly loved and was loved by her three younger brothers. She was a bright student, involved in many extracurricular activities, and a favorite among her peers at Nacogdoches High School. After graduating from NHS in 1976, she graduated from TWU and became a Registered Nurse and obtained a Master of Science degree from the nursing school at University of Texas at San Antonio. She served many years in the field of neonatal intensive care nursing until she became a devoted, full-time mother to her son, Anthony Erspamer, in 1999. 

Lisa will be remembered for her joyful smile, magnetic personality, and endless energy. She was an exceptional gardener, fantastic cook, and wonderful hostess. If you knew her, you rarely saw her sitting. She was always busy, crafting, delivering cookies to her elderly neighbors, or walking her dogs. She could tell you where to find a good sale or purchase a unique and rare find. She enjoyed being outdoors, especially herlife in the piney woods of East Texas and the hill country of San Antonio. Lisa was loved by many, touched the lives of many, and will be missed tremendously.

Lisa is survived by her son Anthony; her brothers and their families, James & Holly Beall of Bryan, Dr. William Beall of Dallas, and Drs. Charles and Virginia Beall of Tyler, Texas; Aunts Hazel Cloudy Foster of Tyler, TX and Vera Cloudy Schwab of Nacogdoches, TX; Uncle Paul Wilson of Oneonta, AL, and many cousins.  She will be missed as a precious niece and cousin as well as a wonderful aunt and great-aunt to many nieces and nephews. 

Lisa is preceded in death by her parents, Jim and Molly Bealland grandparents Dr. J Frank and Ellen Beall, Loyd and Betty Cloudy. 

Special thanks to those who have provided such loving care;Lisa’s cousins Cheryl and Roger Troue of Tyler, the memory care staff of Briarcliff Health Center in Tyler and Heart to Heart Hospice of Tyler.

Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Monsignor James Young have been special to Lisa and the Beall family for many decades. In lieu of flowers, please donate any monetary donations to the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Nacogdoches, Heart to Heart Hospice of Tyler, Alzheimer & Dementia Research or Lyme Disease Foundation.

A graveside memorial service and a mass in loving memory of Lisa will be scheduled soon.

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