Lisa Jo Ervin

ERVIN

February 16, 1962

– June 1, 2021

Lisa Jo Ervin, from Lewisburg, went to be with her beloved parents, Bill and Emma Lee Morgan, on June 1, 2021.

Lisa fought a long battle, but continued to live each day of her life to the fullest and with the utmost grace. Lisa never let anything stand in her way of doing what she loved. Lisa was a beautician at the Upper Cut for 17 years. Even though being a beautician and riding horses were her passion, her most treasured role was being a mother to her two beautiful children, Gretchen Emily and Katie Ann.

On this earth, Lisa leaves behind her sister, Teresa Clower (Terry); brother, Barry Morgan (Donna); her husband, Julius Ervin; eldest daughter, Gretchen, youngest, Katie; and her best friend and furry companion, Fifi the Yorkie Marie.

Lisa could lighten up any room she was in and would always leave you laughing.

Please join the family in remembering the life of Lisa. The viewing will be held at the McCraw Funeral Home on Friday, June 4, 2021 at 12 p.m., and the services will begin at 2 p.m. Burial will follow at Salem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Organ Cave, WV, with a dinner to follow for anyone who would like to join.

McCraw Funeral Home in Lewisburg is in charge of the arrangements.

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