Lisa Passed peacefully June 2 with family around her. She battled a long illness to be able to see her five grandchildren of which she enjoyed very much spending her time with. She enjoyed her time reading and camping in the Adirondacks at Rollins Ponds with all of her family and friends. She was also “Mom” to many of her children’s friends who were always around the house as they were growing up. Lisa will be missed by all that she knew and loved her.
She is survived by her husband Michael Faucz of 40 years; Children Debbie Faucz , David and wife Crystal; Mother, Rita Lesnick; Sister Michelle ( Ken ) Goldman; Five Grandchildren who gave her much joy, Jon Faucz, Jamieson Hindom, Alyssa Faucz, Lillian Faucz and Raylan Faucz; Also Aunt to many Nieces and Nephews either they were family or friend related.
Lisa is predeceased by her father Michael Lesnick and her brother Michael Lesnick Jr.
Family and Friends may call on her Celebration of Life on June 15th from 4:00 to 7:00 PM at the Rochester Cremation Event Center at 1118 Long Pond Rd Greece, New York. Further information at www.RochesterCremation.com
Lisa was a very lucky to receive a kidney transplant to make her life so much better, so please consider donating life with your organ donation choice and registration.
I was fortunate enough to be able to be one of the many people who called her “mom”, as I grew up spending most of my time at their house. I will forever be thankful to have been fortunate enough to know her, she was always in good spirits even during tough times. I love you “mom”….RIP
Lisa, Mike, Debbie and David for many years were like my second family. The door was always open to me and Lisa always welcomed me with open arms. I shared meals with them, bagels on Sunday, time in their pool and the list goes on. I have fond memories of camping in Rollins Ponds with them all and Lisa and I had many long talks. I cherish the time we spent together. Lisa was a very positive person and I will really miss her. To Mike, Debbie, David and the rest of the family I send my love and condolences. She was an angel without wings. Well fly high now, Lisa. We will see you on the other side. Say Hi to my parents. Love Lisa Entz.
Mike, Dave, Deb, Crystal, So very sorry about Lisa. She was one of the kindest people I know. Prayers and strength for all of you & your families.
Mike and Family,
I was saddened to hear of the passing of Lisa. I remember her so well – when you both got married and the birth of your children. She was such a sweet and kind person. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Love & God’s Blessings
Debbie (Liptak) Alaimo
I was blessed to be Lisa’s sister. In my life she was a constant. Loyal and kind, she loved without limits or conditions. She forgave everything…all our faults and weaknesses. She saw the good in everyone. In many ways we were opposites. She was soft where I have many sharp edges. While I show up ready for battle, Lisa showed up accepting whatever life had to offer, the good and the bad. She weathered many storms, and she was truly grateful for every good thing: her family, her fur babies, and even the little things…a good book, a phone call, a bowl of rocky road ice cream, a soft blanket, her iPad, all things polar bear…literally everything. Lisa lived a life of love and gratitude, and remarkable inner peace. This is also how she left us: bravely, peacefully, lovingly, and smiling. Rest in peace sweet girl. I love you forever.
Hugs and Kisses, Mick
Mike and family,
I am one of Lisa’s classmates.. We graduated from RL Thomas in 1980. Lisa was a gentle, caring, and great friend.
My heartfelt condolences to the Lesnick and Faucz families on the passing of a great woman, Lisa.
Lisa will be missed by us all.
May God bless you all during this most difficult time now and always.
Rest well Lisa rest well dear friend.
I send you my love and deepest condolences on the passing of your sister. You and your family are all in my prayers.