Mrs. Lisa Pierce-Warren
Mrs. Lisa Pierce Holmes Warren transitioned to her heavenly home on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at Inova Heart and Vascular Hospital in Falls Church, Virginia. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at 2 p.m. at New Gardners COGIC in Oconee, Georgia with interment in the Church Cemetery.
Mrs. Lisa Pierce Holmes Warren was born on August 3, 1966 to the parentage of Mr. William Pierce and Mary Alice Scott Pierce, of Tennille, Washington County, Georgia.
Lisa was the affectionate owner of Cynegy Care & Counseling LLC. in Fredericksburg, VA, where she was the CEO and lead Certified Behavioral Specialist. Lisa retired from State of Georgia in 2005. She was an Aspiring Missionary both in the church, the community, and FACEBOOK. Lisa’s hobbies were shopping, thrifting, spending time with Edmond on Saturdays, eating fruit and dressing Mariah, watching Family Feud and talking to her husband, mom, sisters, children and friends on the telephone.
She was preceded in death by her previous husband, Ronnie Lee Holmes at an early age. She was also preceded in death by her siblings, Charlotte Pierce Smith and Sandra Pierce Thompson.
She leaves to cherish her loving memory: Her parents William and Mary Pierce of Tennille, GA, her loving husband, Rodney Warren Sr., her children: Brittnay Holmes, Breanna Holmes, Edmond Mondestin, of Fredericksburg, VA step-children; Darrius Wilkerson, Kimdra Wilkerson, of Milledgeville, GA and Rodney(Cassandra) Warren Jr. of Fredericksburg, VA. Her grandchildren, Ahmad and Bella Wright, Milledgeville, GA, Mariah Warren of Fredericksburg, VA. Her sisters, Willette(David) Davenport, Debbie Pierce Price of Sandersville, GA, Her nieces, Stacy(Tobias) Brown of Douglasville, GA, Ambria Thompson, McDonough, GA, Makira Price, Sandersville, GA, Nephews, Anthony Middlebrooks, Christopher Smith, Alexander Davenport of Sandersville, GA, Great nephews Tyler Brown, of Douglasville, GA and Dmari Middlebrooks, of Sandersville, GA, a host of aunts and uncles, other relative and friends. Lisa loved people and lived her life to the fullest!