Lisa Dalton Obituary, Death – Charlotte Mick will preside over the funeral services for Lisa Dianne Dalton, who passed away at the age of 51 and resided in Temple. The services will be held on Saturday, August 1, 2020 at 2:00 PM at the Vista Community Church in Temple. After the funeral, the burial will take place at the Pendelton Cemetery. The viewing will take place at the Dossman Funeral Home on Friday, July 31, 2020 from 4 PM to 7 PM. On Monday, July 27, 2020, Mrs. Dalton passed away at her residence in Temple.
Lisa Dalton, the daughter of Ken and Fran (Sullivan) Kirkley, was born on December 7th, 1968 in Grand Prairie. Her parents’ names are Ken and Fran. She attended Austin Community College and graduated with an Associate of Arts degree. On September 19, 2009, she tied the knot with Jamie Dalton in Round Rock. Lisa worked with Thumbs Up Compliance in a part-time capacity for more than three years. She spent the previous thirteen years working for Williamson County EMS as a Paramedic and FTO. She helped save a life by performing CPR, and as a result, she was honored with a number of awards and distinctions, including the CAAS Award and two Phoenix Awards.
Lisa devoted her time and energy to the Shattered Dreams program, in which she served as the coordinator and organizer for the purpose of preventing underage drinking and driving. She loved Jesus just as much as her family did, and she occasionally went to services at the Vista Community Church in Temple. Lisa had a lot of fun competing in 5K races, Tough Mudders, and Spartan Races. She delighted in getting together with family and friends, always managing to brighten the atmosphere with her contagious laughter and dazzling smile.
The city of Akumal in Mexico, the city of Boston, and the city of New Orleans were among Lisa and Jamie’s husband Jamie’s top three favorite destinations that they visited together over their numerous trips. Her most recent interest was doting on her granddaughter Sunny and the love of her life, Margie, who was a doting grandmother. Lisa didn’t only devote her life to caring for other people; she also created a career out of it. She had an impact on the lives of everyone she met and always managed to make them feel like members of her own family. Lisa will be greatly missed by her tens of thousands of friends who are scattered across the country and the world.
If you were forced to live a life, you would live it the way she did: with love and passion, never stopping to laugh at anything that happened. She is survived by her husband Williamson County EMS – Lt. Jamie Dalton of Temple, her parents Ken and Fran Kirkley of Crowley; two sons Preston Tipton and partner Caitlin Dick of Crowley and Aubrey Seance of California; one daughter Margie Seance of Temple; one step son Stefan Schmid of Gainesville, Florida; brother Kenny Kirkley and wife Lindsay Kirkley, Jr. of Glen Rose; sister Tracy Smith and husband Rance Smith of Alvarado; and sister Additionally, a large number of nieces, nephews, and extended family members.