Lisa Nanette Helmick

June 17, 1965 - February 22, 2021

Lisa Nanette Helmick

June 17, 1965 - February 22, 2021


It’s with a heavy heart and a saddened soul that I am having to announce the passing of Lisa Nannette Helmick.


Lisa was born in Bakersfield, California on June 16, 1965 and left us in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on February 22, 2021.


A remembrance memorial will take place Monday March 1, 2021 at 2:00 PM at the Dyer Memorial Chapel in Tulsa, Oklahoma.


Lisa is survived by her 2 daughters, Rachel and Samantha, 3 brothers, Richard, Raymond, and Jack, 1 sister, Tracy, her mother, Melody June and her father, Charles Eugene.


Lisa grew to be truly a unique and one of a kind Daughter, Sister and a loving and caring Mother. She worked her whole life serving others, from her family and friends to every crew member she supervised as her career in restaurants blossomed.

Her last years were spent with her grandchildren daily. She had a special place in her heart for her babies, all of them. She always had an ear to listen, a kind word to say, and it was rare not to see a smile on her face.

Of all the women in the world, God picked you to be our mom and we are so very honored and thankful that it’s YOU that holds that title, no one on this earth could of done a better job with us. For we will continue to celebrate  your life in all that we do.


We love you Mommy!

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2 responses to Lisa Nanette Helmick

  1. Lisa was a good sister n law . I will forever have a special place in my heart for her .

  2. Gina says:

    I know lisa would want to be remembered for her rebellious demeanor, Independence, and the practical way she went about most things in her life. A Daughter, a sister, a mother, and even a nana too. Lisa always deserved more than any companion gave her which would leave her single again & she was okay with that. Time went by and her distance from a small town she grew up in kept family and Friends of Lisa's from knowing how much she would think of them and Miss making memories with them. Lisa had almost a gypsy lifestyle she enjoyed seeing new sites and meeting new peopl in themany towns she live throughout the years.
    But Lisa also loved the simple things in life; good hot coffee and a cigarette in the morning, a pot of beans and some hot corn bread, a good cold beer, riding back roads in an old beat-up truck, camping trips, country music, girl time with the two oldest granddaughters, and even just catching up with her family members especially her mama Melody. Lisa had a loyalty about her that was one of a kind she tried to raise and instill such in her kids. Her two daughters I never deny being her child, they both sound just like her at times they open their mouth and I hear their mother come out LOL luckily their mother was one hell of a woman and will always be remembered as such. Lisa had her fair share of struggles but she lived life her way she started over time and time again but she neverlet that weaken her spirit, I hope she will forever be remembered for that attribute. Lisa loved her daughters and her grandchildren unconditionally as well as a few stray friends she would find often tagging along with her girls and that was okay with her she liked being the mother. Lisa was one in a million yet wasnt competing with any, she was in her own world & was laid back. Once I read quote that now reminds me of her it says "don't be afraid of death be afraid of an unlived life you don't need to live forever you just need to live the life you choose" she lived life just as such & little did she know many admired and looked up to her for how she lived life.
    I guess the best way to say it is she was unapologetically Lisa in all things she did on this Earth and that Legacy well long outlive her in our memories in the love we will always have for that rebellious, country ass, momma that some just knew simply as Lisa.

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