Lisa Ann Boler


Celebration of Life Service for Lisa Boler, 55 of Enid, will be 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 8, 2019, at Central Christian Church, with Reverend Tom Stanley officiating. Burial will follow in Dacoma Union Cemetery. Visitation with family will be Monday 5:00-6:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Arrangements by Anderson-Burris Funeral Home & Crematory.

Lisa was born on January 11, 1963, in Alva, Oklahoma to J.W. and Ruth Ann (Vore) Small and passed away on January 2, 2019, in Enid.

Lisa graduated from Carmen-Dacoma High School. She then went to Southwestern where she got a Bachelor of Science in retail merchandising. She worked in retail management for many years before she found her calling in social work. During that time, she found the love of her life, Mark Boler. They got married on September 16, 1995, and then made their home in Enid. She went to work for DHS in 1999 and worked her way up to District Supervisor.

Lisa gave of herself freely to family, friends, and even strangers. She volunteered for organizations like Santa's for Seniors, Hearts for Care, and numerous church activities.

She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister, Jeanette Atha.

Lisa is survived by her husband, Mark; two stepsons, Troy and Shannon Boler of Enid and Corey Boler of Enid; two grandchildren, Madison and Montgomery Boler; one brother, Preston Small of Dacoma; one sister, Jennie Small of Woodward; longtime friend Becky Hostetler; niece Jenisa Atha; nephews, Jared Atha and family, Justin Small and family, Travis Small and family; aunt Loleta Leslie and family; and many other cousins and friends.

Memorials may be made through the funeral home to CCC Caregivers or OMRF-Cancer. Condolences online at
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