Lisa Sutterby (29 Jul 1980 - 6 Sep 2019)

Funeral Service

Location
Fenland Crematorium Knights End Road March PE15 0YJ
Date
10th Oct 2019
Time
3.30pm

Cremation Details

Location
Fenland Crematorium Knights End Road March PE15 0YJ
Date
10th Oct 2019
Time
3.30pm

In loving memory of Lisa Sutterby who sadly passed away on 6th September 2019.
Lisa was diagnosed with cervical cancer in April this year.

Lisa is mum to two beautiful boys Joshua and Alfie and Holly pup the dog.

Lisa was a very caring, soppy, loveable individual with a beautiful heart and although she has had a rough ride at times, she would always put on a smile and helped others out.

Lisa worked as a procurement officer, a job which she loved. She also helped out with the boys school over the years, fundraising/committee work.

One thing Lisa was really passionate about was football, she was a football mum for sure. There was nothing she loved more than watching matches, be it Josh playing, Cambridge United or match of the day. The girl loved footie.
When she wasnโ€™t enjoying football, she also loved spending time with her closest friends drinking WKD and having a dance.

Family was very important to Lisa. Sunday dinner with the footie on tv was her favourite. She enjoyed hosting dinner parties, birthday meals and making yummy desserts.
Baking cakes was a firm favourite in her house. She was cupcake mad!
Tea and cake was always on offer.

Other than the caravan holidays which she enjoyed, Lisaโ€™s favourite holiday destination was Cornwall, Padstow in particular. We have lots of fond memories of holidays to Cornwall pre and post children. This is where the family would like to scatter her ashes and lay her to relax in her favourite place.


Lisa was just 39 years old, and planning her big 4 0 party - she did love a party!

Tears maybe cried for her but drinks must flow afterwards to celebrate her life. She was amazing and must never be forgotten.

She was a fighter but now she can rest in peace and pain free.
Xxx

INFORMATION as follows:

Family flowers only at the funeral please.


As itโ€™s a celebration of Lisaโ€™s life, we please request that as little black is worn as possible but would like everyone to try to wear something pink or with pink in it.


If you wish to make a donation to our special place fund, please donate by copy and pasting this link into the browser:
https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/amy-tandon?utm_term=WZk5WVpMV


After the funeral, please join the family at:
The Royal British Legion,
Brooklands Centre
The Brook
Sutton
Ely
Cambridgeshire
CB6 2QQ

There is a play park nearby and a football pitch which we are hoping to make use of, weather dependant.

Thank you x

Freya Costello lit a candle
Tara Powell wrote

Lisa, it has been a few weeks since you have embarked on your last journey and I still find it so hard to believe, I so often remember you picking up Alfie at school and remember our chats. I was very worried about Alfie but when I saw him at you funeral I realised I had no need to worry, he is surrounded by wonderful people who love him and he is, still, just Alfie. I hope you can see that too when you look down on him and that Joshua is truly an amazing young man. I will always be grateful that I was able to be a small part in your family and will remember you always. All my love, Tara xxx

Report abuse
Comment on this message
Lynne Edgley wrote

Wisa. I may have already posted a message, but as you well know me, I can't remember. I treasure the time we had. Lots of giggles with the girls, deep conversations, not so deep conversations. Watching footie and getting drunk on home made woo woo's while Vicky looked after the boys -whoops. But more so the precious time we spent together the last few months. You are the strongest and most positive person i know. I will avoid the pot holes, continue with my learning of the medical profession (ahem) try and remember things and give you hugs forever. The boys will be well looked after. They will make you proud as they make us all proud. Miss ya. Love ya. Lynnie and the crew! Xxxxx

Report abuse
Comment on this message
Karen Simpson wrote

Wisa.. what can I say? We shared the highs and the lows.. we put the world to rights many times over a cuppa. We spent lots of time together when the kiddies were little.. helping each other get through the tough times then later on we spent time together catching up at the Judo! The fun we had with the other Mepal Mums has been another highlight for me.. the nights out.. the nights in.. the nights away and of course the legendary discos. I will miss you so much, a huge void has been left my heart that will never be filled again, the Mepal Mums will always be incomplete. Your boys mean a lot to us and we will always continue to support them however we can... you did a good job with them they are sons to be proud of. We all love you Wisa.. sleep tight and keep an eye on us all from heaven where you sit with a Jamie Redknapp lookalike drinking tea ๐Ÿ˜ Love Karen, Paul, Harry and Daisy x

Report abuse

Comments

  • Norwich โค๏ธ (Mr DJ + Pizza guy + Polystyrene Burger Guy + Peg face + The shortest taxi ride ever!) xx

    Posted by Rebecca on 18/10/2019 Report abuse
Comment on this message
Karen Simpson posted a picture
Black Jack tongues!

Black Jack tongues!

Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Karen Simpson posted a picture
๐Ÿ˜

๐Ÿ˜

Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Karen Simpson posted a picture
One of my favourite photos of us... You always loved a squeeze... well you didn't get much choice!

One of my favourite photos of us... You always loved a squeeze... well you didn't get much choice!

Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Doreen Rule lit a candle
Laura Silvain wrote

Lisa was an amazing friend, had such a huge heart and if she could help you out she would. Great memories and nights out to nights in, she will be forever be missed. Lots of love Laura, Chris Wesley & Faith (Podge) xxxx

Report abuse
Comment on this message
Laura Silvain posted a picture
Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Laura Silvain posted a picture
Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Emma Chapman lit a candle
Sharon Durrant is attending the funeral
Katie Chapman wrote

Lisa was a good person who was always there for a chat. I will always remember how she managed to make people smile. Lisa was a good friend to me and a wonderful mother to her two boys, Josh and Alfie. She will be greatly missed by all that knew her.

Report abuse
Comment on this message
Cheenie Papineau wrote

Such a beautiful person inside and out..... it only seems like yesterday when we would meet each week at The Cherry Tree with your family. Although I've spent years over the other side of the big pond now, you always welcomed me home with open arms, a cup of tea and a years worth of growth on the boys, yet we carried on sipping our tea and catching up like no real length of time had passed. Your kindness, warmth and feeling of home made loving you so easy..... I hope you caught some sight of just how much you were adored by so many on this earth while you were here! I will miss you sweet lady but your memory will live on forever xxx

Report abuse
Comment on this message
Donna Johnson lit a candle
Donna Johnson wrote

Such a beautiful and inspirational lady. So thoughtful, selfless, kindhearted and caring always and would do anything for anyone. Tea and cake was always on offer. Lisa you will always be remembered as an amazing mum to your two boys Josh and Alfie who you always put first. A wonderful lady and friend who was always smiling and making people laugh. A beautiful person inside and out. Feel blessed to have known you. Taken far to early, heaven has gained a truly special angel. Thinking of all the family and especially your lovely boys. Sending much love and hugs to you all. Sleep tight sweetheart โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธxxx

Report abuse
Comment on this message
Jen Burgess is attending the funeral
Jen Burgess wrote

Lovely Lisa...what an incredible, humble, and selfless woman. Your amazing sense of humour and fun loving shenanigans are just a couple of the many adorable traits about you that I will carry in my heart I will always remember you fondly with the family trips to Birmingham for the Strictly Tours followed by Primark shopping which you were
Queen of.! Everyone knows just how much your amazing boys meant to you, and family was everything. I want to thank you for the last 6 years that have been my absolute honour to have known you, and feel privileged to have been apart of your family life...I am just so sad and so sorry that it wasn't many more years
To come!
Quirky, funny and irreplaceable Lisa...I will miss you always. Rest in peace lovely lady. Love you. X

Report abuse
Comment on this message
Nick Edgley lit a candle
Becky Pettitt wrote

We will never forget your cheerful smile, positive attitude and kind heart. Always so selfless and caring. You will be forever missed. Becky, Martin and the boys. xxx

Report abuse
Comment on this message
Becky Pettitt posted a picture
Lisa looking slightly confused and a little worried as one of her besties dances around her (2011)

Lisa looking slightly confused and a little worried as one of her besties dances around her (2011)

Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Becky Pettitt posted a picture
Lisa rocking her Lady Gaga costume with Betty Boop (2013)

Lisa rocking her Lady Gaga costume with Betty Boop (2013)

Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Becky Pettitt posted a picture
Halloween Disco ... with a Blue WKD (2011)

Halloween Disco ... with a Blue WKD (2011)

Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Becky Pettitt posted a picture
Lady in Red at our 'Oscars' fundraising disco.

Lady in Red at our 'Oscars' fundraising disco.

Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Becky Pettitt posted a picture
'Skool Disco' (2011)

'Skool Disco' (2011)

Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Becky Pettitt posted a picture
A fun day out with all the kiddies at Wicksteed Park (2010).

A fun day out with all the kiddies at Wicksteed Park (2010).

Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Sharon Durrant posted a picture
The Duke of Edinburgh expedition where we camped and walked for miles... this was taken after one of the boys collapsed and was airlifted to hospital! We finished the walk! Also Paris (2016), near the Eiffel Tower - it was a great trip!

The Duke of Edinburgh expedition where we camped and walked for miles... this was taken after one of the boys collapsed and was airlifted to hospital! We finished the walk! Also Paris (2016), near the Eiffel Tower - it was a great trip!

Report abuse

Comments

  • Amazing photos!!lots of happy memories of lisa at school come flooding back...

    Posted by Kevin on 1/10/2019 Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Sharon Durrant posted a picture
Our last week at Manor Community college (1996).

Our last week at Manor Community college (1996).

Report abuse

Comments

  • Wow all of Lisa's friends around, what happy days... I always got on so well with her.

    Posted by Kevin on 1/10/2019 Report abuse
Comment on this photo
Ben Richardson (Mullen) wrote

So sad to see such a beautiful person with a great smile leave where I never had the chance to say goodbye.

Report abuse
Comment on this message