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Lisa Jean Noah-King

June 30, 1962 - September 7, 2022

Service Date September 14, 2022

Funeral Services will be Wednesday September 14, 2022, at 7:00 P.M. at Memorial funeral home 1102 Big Springs Road Maryville, TN 37801. The family and friends will meet for Graveside Services Thursday September 15, 2022, at 2:00 P.M. at Mount Olive Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5:00 P.M. to 7:00 P.M. at the Funeral Home.

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Lisa Noah-King 60 of Loudon passed away surrounded by family, Wednesday September 7, 2022, at Fort Sanders Hospital. She was born June 30, 1962, in Maryville, TN. Two living brothers Anthony (Tony) Noah, Tracy Jackson. Precedes in death her Mother Norma Henry, Father John Noah, Brother Steven Noah, Special Sister Elizabeth (Libby) Walker, Stepdaughter Jamie Rogers, and Son in law Scott Wren. Lisa was married to James (Jim) King for 29 years they were together 36 years. She had 2 children Stephanie Noah Wren (Nikki), Hank King and Stepson Patrick King. Her grandchildren Chase King, Kendra King, Cole Noah, Logun Noah, and Nicholas Wren. Special Niece and nephew, Samantha Noah Holloway, and Casey Noah. Special mention cousin Jamie Pickens and a huge thank you to Jamie and Sam thank you two for helping so much!!! Lisa worked many years in medical records most of that time was at GIA in Knoxville. She loved the Lord. She loved her family and she loved and was so proud of her grandchildren. She had been retired the past several years and became quite the baker. She loved her digital games and her 3 dogs and her bird Pepper. In September 2019 she was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. After a year and a half of treatment she went into remission but not for long. This past May doctor started aggressive chemo. Lisa fought hard against this. She claimed when she first got diagnosed, she claimed this was her miracle. This was her Miracle, God was going to heal her, and she whole heartedly believe this was her healing. It’s not the lung cancer fault we are at this point today, so in a way she got her Miracle!