Firth, Lisa Ann

May 17, 1966 - October 23, 2015

Lisa Ann Firth, of Dallas, Texas, passed away on October 23rd 2015 at the age of 49. She was born to William Borden Firth Sr. and Dolores Zielinski Firth on May 17th 1966 in South Amboy, New Jersey. Lisa grew up in Plano, Texas and, during her grade school years, enjoyed gymnastics. She graduated from Plano Senior High School before going on to cosmetology school and opening up Lisa’s Nail Studio. She was an energetic, happy, loving woman and will be especially remembered for her sense of humor and charismatic nature.

Lisa Ann Firth is survived by her parents, William & Dolores Firth, her brothers, William Firth II & Thomas Elwood Firth, her nephews, William Firth III (and wife Adrienne) & Joseph Frank Firth (and wife Laynie), her great nephew, William Firth IV, her great niece, Kamryn Firth, her uncle, Johnny Zielinski (and wife Lucy), her cousins, John & Joel Jefferson, her cat, Chloe, as well as extended loving family and friends.

A memorial service will be held at North Dallas Funeral Home
Wednesday, October 28th 2015 at 3:00 p.m.

2710 Valley View Lane
Farmers Branch, TX 75234


Arrangements are under the direction of:
ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road, Dallas, Texas 75252

7 replies on “Firth, Lisa Ann”

Cathy kraatz says:

I haven’t been able to get you off my mind, Lisa. We had a wonderful friendship with so many great memories. Met in ’85, worked at 3 different jobs together. You made my nails beautiful. You, me, Karen, Christine, Michelle and others were inseparable for many were always asking if you had holes in your hair…I was your girl for that. Your hair, smile, face, …and beautiful. You were always full of laughter. Glad we were able to see each other a couple of years ago. I will miss you deeply. Say hello to my sis, Janet! Rest in peace my dear friend

Sue Cain says:

So very, very sorry for your loss

John Podowski says:

I would just like the express my condolences to all Lisa’s Family and friends.I had the pleasure to attend all of of her
Yrs in the Plano School District including graduation in 1984 from Plano Senior high and attended college with her after for several years.
She was always a fun loving ,laughing and a great close friend I got to spend some special time with her in college
That I will never forget.she always wore a smile and let few
Things get her down.May God bless her and keep her as well as the rest of her family and friends.I miss you Lisa.

John Allen Podowski says:

My heart goes out to Lisa’s Family and Friends.I was lucky
Enough to go through the Plano School District and Graduate with her in 1984.I also attended college with her
And enjoyed some very fun times with her.she was not afraid to wear a smile and also tell you were you stood.
I shared some special moments in college with her and will
Never forget her smile.May God Bless her Spirit and Family.

Joanne Klepac says:

Dolores and Bill, so sorry for you loss. You are in my Prayers

Susie Reukema says:

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss.Lisa was a loving and upbeat person to work with. She loved her new apartment and the chance to be on her own. She’ll be missed!

Marnie says:

Dolores I’m so very sorry!! It seems like yesterday….. But I know it’s been a long time! Lisa was one of my friends and I hurt for you and your families loss!!!! 😿

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