Let the memory of Lisa be with us forever
  • 35 years old
  • Born on November 17, 1979 .
  • Passed away on April 15, 2015 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lisa Denesowicz Follet, 35, born on November 17, 1979 and passed away unexpectedly on April 15, 2015. She is survived by her two beautiful girls whom she loved more than anything in the world and her brother Russell.. She was the daughter of the late Barbara Keefe, Twin sister to the late Sandy Denesowicz. Niece to the late Gertrude "Gerty" Brunette. She was raised and educated in Lowell, MA. She graduated from Greater Lowell Tech in 1997.  She aspired to be a nurse.  She worked as a Nurses Aide in many local facilities.  She was very proud of her two girls and worked very hard to provide whatever she could for them.  She is also survived by her friends who have helped her through some tough times. Though she was going through tough times she tried to keep a smile on her face and remember she always had her girls.

Posted by Stephie W-t on 11th December 2018
Becca, I just read your beautiful post. Please know, despite losing touch, if you need me I am always here for you and your sister. I miss your mom like crazy and have regrets for her and I having a falling out before she passed. I loved your mom, she was one of my best friends. I love you girls, and loved you like my own. I am sorry I lost touch with you and Meredith. Please reach out if you would like to, we can talk about your mom or whatever you like. I'm on FB and Instagram under Stephanie Pollack. Love you always❤❤
Posted by Rebecca Follett on 11th December 2018
It’s been 3 years and 7 months. I felt the need to write something after 3 years and 7 months because I need to communicate with you and I don’t think my tears and my prayers are really reaching you. They’re just jumbled thoughts anyways. It’s been hard, and these people while sweet and thoughtful don’t understand it the way I do. The details of our relationship are not for the public. There have been people who have brought them up saying I probably feel so guilty, but they don’t know the story and it’s a crappy thing that they even bring it up. Hell, I don’t know the story. I try and remember anything good or anything bad and I’m met with the same few memories that I have had for years. Nothing more. I’m 16, I’m in high school, and it’s been hard. It’s been hard going through teenaged problems and not having a mom to talk to. I’m open with dad, but he can only do so much. It’s hard knowing that I won’t have my mom at my wedding, my mom won’t ever meet my kids, or even the tiny things like dress shopping or just talks. It’s hard having no memories of you! All I have is a facebook profile, an instagram profile, and maybe some obituary sites here and there. There’s been so many thoughts in my head within these 3 years and 7 months, but those are thoughts strictly between you and me that I’m not going to write on the internet. I wish I could share my ambitions with you, my troubles with you, and eat Chinese food with you on New Years. I think thats what we used to do. I’ve grown as a person, and even though you’re not here, you’ve shaped many aspects of who I am. I wish I could yell at the people that have been crappy even after your death, I truly wish that would benefit you or me. Your death opened my eyes to many things, some positive and some not so positive. I just wish you were around for a little bit of guidance here and there. But who’s to say you’d give it to me even if you were alive. My last thought, funny but sad, is that even after these 3 years and 7 months I have hoped that somehow this is all one big lie. Maybe you faked your death and you’re still waiting for something, maybe a message like this. There has been no closure. Nothing. Eventually, that might be the key. A little placemarker to pay respects to, a little keepsake that I keep with me forever. I’ll figure it out as I go. But mom, I love you. You’re my mom, and you were so incredibly flawed and I didn’t know what to do back then but now? You’re my mom, and I love you. That’s one thing I wish you had known.
Posted by Bruce Carifio on 17th November 2018
Missing you on your birthday.
Posted by Russell Denesowicz on 27th November 2017
I just found this googling your name! I just want to say I'm still hurting and missing you! I don't go out and have fun enough but I did in ur birthday! I miss you so much. I wish u would call right now and yell at me and cut threw my bullshit. I lost without you been since that day. You said you would always be here and u only one who kept your word. Until the day you had to leave me! I wish u called I would of dropped everything and went and found you. Haha u would laugh at me big ole tough brother crying as I write this. Yah we had problems in life but I wish people knew that you were amazing. I live you and I hope to see you again.
Posted by Bruce Carifio on 17th November 2016
Missing you on your birthday .....
Posted by Bruce Carifio on 7th April 2016
I really wanted to talk about you today, but nobody wanted to listen. Even though you are lost to life as they know it, you still live vibrantly in my heart. Sometimes I just need to smile and say your name, so that you are not lost forever to conversation. I wish someone, some time, would ask me those four words, "Tell me about her?". My smile would light up the world. When I wanted to talk about you today, people were uncomfortable, so I was forced to listen. To your silence.
Posted by Bruce Carifio on 1st May 2015
Lisa attended Lincoln Technical Institute in Lowell for Registered Medical Assistant (R.M.A.) achieving a 3.98 G.P.A., had the highest score in the history of the Lowell location on her state exam and was retained as a Student Ambassador at the conclusion of her studies. She accomplished this while working full time at Mammoth Fire Alarm Systems in Lowell. Her hard work and dedication were inspirational.

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