- 60 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 20, 1954
- Date of passing: Aug 6, 2015
|Please share your memories and thoughts about Lisa|
"I am so sorry to hear that Lisa, my Dr. D passed to the other side. Words can't even begin to express my grief. I met Dr. D at the Hill Country Community Clinic over 10 years ago when I came in with a severe concussion. Her course of treatment saved my life !! She became my Primary Doctor at that moment until now. Her temporary leave of absence letter didn't go over to well with me. She set the bar high and I have yet to meet another doctor that measures up, they haven't even come close. She would treat your condition, not your symptoms. She would heal me with just her hands on approach. She had fingers made of steel I would tell her. She said that came from rock climbing. Now she is climbing that big rock in the sky. You will always be my Dr. D & I hope to see you climbing on the other side."
"My time with Dr. D was short but extremely memorable. She helped me heal in many ways. Her insight to the human body and mind was amazing. Our discussions together meant a lot to me. Rest In Peace."
"Lisa was a brilliant being with a heart of great depth. She touched many in her earth walk, and we touched her life too in loving exchange.. Personally, I will miss Lisa, her perspectives, her curiosities, creativity, her knowing and imagining, but most of all the great light that you carried so deeply and rarely showed. That part of you was my favorite part. Rest well Lisa, thank you for your gift of friendship. I will miss you deeply.
With love from Meg"
"My husband, Richard, and I loved Lisa and still love her as her spirit resides in another place. She was instrumental as a physician in treating Richard's complex medical problem and she was an anchor for us during a very difficult time. She also was a good friend. We relay our very best wishes and sincere condolences to her family and other friends. She was a great person."
"We established a Facebook page: In memory of Lisa Dintiman DO."
"Deeply sorry for your precious loss. Death is the enemy of all mankind. A famous prophet Jesus said, :All those in the memorial tombs will hear His voice and come out."
He demonstrated His power while on the earth. He will demonstrate it in the future. All suffering and death will be a thing of the past. This Hope doesn't take away our pain, but it can help us to cope."
"Lisa Dintiman's sister, Robin and brother, Grant ask that "Dr. Lisa's" friends, patients and other loved ones add your memories and photos to this site so all regardless of location can join in paying tribute.
Ken Margolies, Robin's husband, Lisa's brother-in-law, on behalf of the family."
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