Lisa Gay Gregory-Hearn, 68, passed away peacefully on August 17th, 2023 in Duluth, MN at St. Luke’s Hospital surrounded by her loved ones. Taken from this world too soon from her ongoing battle with COPD. She was the wife of Michael Wade Hearn for 40 love-filled years and mother to her only son, Camden Koby Hearn.
Lisa is survived by her husband, Michael Hearn, her son, Koby Hearn; her daughter in Law, Ashley Kitterman; and their grand-dogs Oscar and Auggie. She was preceded in death by her father, Earl Gregory; her mother, Mildred Gregory; and her Brother Glenn Gregory.
Lisa was Born in Lexington, KY on April 10th, 1955 to Earl Franklin Gregory and Mildred Catherine Gregory (Cinnamon). She graduated from Bourbon County High School class of 1972. She spent the majority of her life living happily on a farm outside Paris, KY as a stay-at-home mom. Lisa Spent the twilight years of her life at a cabin in Remer, MN enjoying the serenity with her husband Michael.
Lisa was a devoted wife and loving mother who took pride in putting her family first. She enjoyed the outdoors, particularly gardening, fishing and observing all the wonderful wildlife at her cabin home. On any particular day, Lisa could be found dabbling with various craft projects, capturing precious memories through photographs or working to restore old ones, reading books or articles and almost assuredly in the kitchen cooking up her next delightful meal or treat for others to enjoy (especially around the holidays). She had the kindest soul and never had a cross word for anyone she met. Lisa had a strong, servant’s heart that found happiness in seeing others happy. People who knew her would say she had an infectious laugh, a corny sense of humor, a very laid-back attitude and the most loving smile.
Respecting her wishes, no services will be held and her ashes will be scattered in the locations she found the most joy.
Memorial Donations in lieu of flowers are requested to be made to the COPD FOUNDATION AT 3300 PONCE DE LEON BLVD., MIAMI, FL 33134. We also ask you spread awareness of COPD as it is the third leading cause of death worldwide.