Lisa Rae Biggs, 57 of Asheville passed away on January 9, 2021 at the Keever Solace Center. She touched many lives during her short time on this earth. She dazzled everyone she met with her piercing green eyes, infectious smile and the kindness she expressed. She had the ability to always tell you exactly what she thought about everything, holding back nothing. ‘I’m Just Sayin’!
Lisa leaves behind her mother and her sister who loved her dearly, many friends, acquaintances and her beloved dog, Annie, who was the joy of her life.
Many friends loved and cared for her and their outpouring of love and concern since learning of her illness and passing has been overwhelming. She often referred to herself as a ‘friend magnet’. That was ‘spot on’! She definitely had the ability to win friends and influence people, making an impact on everyone she met. Lisa was very competitive and this ability was a great asset in her chosen profession as one of the top sales reps in the motorcycle parts and accessories industry.
Lisa lived her life in the two places she loved, the mountains of Western North Carolina and central Florida. She spent her teenage years in Montreat finding love and joy working with horses. She also loved hiking the trails in Montreat and spending time in nature.
Florida held a special place in her heart, bringing out her inner mermaid spirit. She loved the sunshine, beaches and warmth Florida had to offer. She especially loved the warmth provided by the community of friends she met while living there. She lived her life wide open and loved riding motorcycles and jet skis. She was always up for an adventure!
Lisa’s friendships spread beyond the borders of NC & Florida to as far as Louisiana, Michigan & Pennsylvania. She remained friends with people from high school, people she met in the motorcycle circles and also the community of Australian Shepherd lovers. She had a special place in her heart for Aussie’s and she has always had one in her life.
Lisa, you left us way too soon. We love you with all our hearts and you will be forever missed!
No services are planned at this time due to the current restrictions in place.