Lisel Marie Weidenborner

lisel weidenborner

October 28, 1981 ~ December 14, 2020

Born in: Atlanta, Georgia
Resided in: Pueblo West, Colorado

Lisel Marie Weidenborner, born October 28, 1981, passed away on December 14, 2020, in a tragic car accident in Pueblo West, Colorado. Lisel was born in Atlanta, was raised in Forest Park and Stockbridge, Georgia. She lived for the last 20 years in Douglasville, GA with her husband and children. She will be remembered with love by hundreds whose lives she touched through lifelong friendships, extended church family, and years of teaching children about the Love of Jesus Christ through the children programs at Central Baptist Church, in Douglasville, GA as well as other churches where she worked as a preschool teacher. She moved with her family to Pueblo West, Colorado in October of 2020. Lisel always enjoyed hiking and enjoying all the mountain views that God created. Lisel never met a kid that she didn’t love as her own and many called her mom. She would spread her love of Christ to every person she met.
She is survived by her loving husband of 20 years, David Weidenborner; their children, Tabitha, Kiley, Joshua and Allison and her husband, Jesse Stevens and their son, Jonah, and new baby Stevens due in 2021. Also survived by her parents, Guy and Beth Phillips; her sister, Marsha Bush; brothers, Alvin and Paul Yarbrough; and nieces and nephews; mother-in-law, Gale Coody and father-in-law, William Coody; brother-in-law, Andrew Coody and his wife, Danielle; sister-in-law, Elizabeth Smith and her husband, Josh and nephew, Dawson; sister-in-law, Carla Snyder and her husband, Joseph and nieces and nephew.
Arrangements are by Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors in Pueblo, Colorado. Private viewing on Monday, December 21, 2020. Her memorial service will be held at her home church, Central Baptist, in Douglasville, GA at a later date. Online condolences,

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  1. mom, you have been gone for a while now, we all miss you a lot. we love you so so much,i hope we make you proud. i love you more than anything, everything still seems to be off but i know you are at peace. you are amazing and will forever been in our hearts.

  2. My sweet sister in law, it’s been one whole month that you’ve been gone. I hate that I can’t call you and tell you everything your missing. I miss you every single day. I know your in heaven looking down on us guiding us through this. I feel you, I see beauty in everything you loved. I will always love you and I will always miss you. And I will always keep my promise to you.

  3. Lisel was always so kind, welcoming, and inclusive to everyone she was around. I was always glad to see her and greeted with a smile. Her love for Jesus and all his people was very evident and I will always remember her sweet spirit.

  4. I had the pleasure to teach two of the Weidenborner kiddos…..Kiley and Alison. What I remember most is Liesel’s immense love for her children. She was a supportive parent….always celebrating her children’s successes. She was also a teacher’s dream….always appreciative of my efforts. She always had a smile of encouragement. Much love to David and kids. I am terribly sorry for this incredible loss.

  5. Sending love & prayers to David..the kids..the entire family. I haven’t seen Lisel in years but kept up with the family on FB. I was so heartbroken to hear the news…she was the sweetest, most loving person. Your family has been on my mind nonstop..continued prayers.

  6. Thinking about you during Christmas Lisel! I miss you! Thank you for your friendship, love, your unique sense of humor (you always made people laugh including me), and your wisdom. I really wish you could have gotten a chance to meet the twins (I know you would have loved them). You once told me you had a dream that I would have an “Asian” looking baby. You were right! I never thought I would have kids but that always stuck with me. You always kept the faith and you would tell anyone who would listen about God and his promises! Watch us all Lisel! We love you and we will constantly think about you!

  7. My wonderful wife. I will always miss you!!! You always made me smile and help me through stuff. I not sure what I will do now. I know you are in heaven and looking down on me and will be by my side everyday. I know GOD has big plans for you and you will be helping him now with what he needs. I love you baby forever and always.

  8. The founder of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, D. L. Moody, once said: “One day you will read in the papers that D. L. Moody is dead. Don’t you believe a word of it. I will be more alive than I have ever been.” Lisel has always been Full of Life. Now she has gone beyond the horizon. We can’t see beyond the horizon, but she is more alive than she has ever been. Thank you God for giving us Lisel. Thank you for her love that lives on in us. Thank you for the love of Jesus, your Son, who lives on in us.

  9. I was blessed to work with Lisel at preschool. She was so kind and always positive. She was a great preschool teacher and just a genuinely good person. She will truly be missed.

  10. Sweet Lisel I think of you all the time ❤️ When I first heard the news all I could think was I want to give her a hug !! Lisel gave the Best Hugs! You’ll forever be in my thoughts❤️

  11. I know you are watching over your family and friends. Your energy is magnanimous and boundless, and you have made a significant impact on every life you touched. Prayers for your family and rest in peace in our Savior’s arms. I love you.

  12. It’s still so hard to believe you’re gone. I love you and miss your presence on this earth. Thank you for being one of the best friends I’ve had.

  13. I have no words to express what I feel. I don’t understand how you can be gone but I know you are with Jesus in Heaven. I pray for peace for your husband and children.

  14. Knowing she is with our all mighty God does not lessen the pain of her loss. I pray for comfort for her husband and family. Gone, but never forgotten.

  15. In all my life, I have never known anyone as kind as Lisel was. She was and is a role model to me. That may sound strange because she was so much younger. But when you see a beautiful spirit, you want to be more like that person be they young or older. I miss you so much and miss your fun filled Facebook posts that always made me smile. Please guide me to be more like you and keep watch over those you love here.

  16. Likely,
    We are definitely going miss you so much. You were taken from us way to soon and I know you will be watching all of us from heaven and laughing at us when we make fools out of ourselves. We all love you and will always carry you in our hearts.

  17. Oh my friend. My sister. My sister in law. I miss you and the girls miss you so much. I hope you’re watching over all of us. We love you girl! 💕💕💕

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