TO WATCH THE WEBCAST OF THE MEMORIAL SERVICES, PLEASE CLICK ON THE PHOTOS AND VIDEOS TAB. IF YOU ARE ON A CELL PHONE, SCROLL DOWN. \n\nOur beloved mother, sister, grandmother, wife, and friend, Lisa Linette Sage Peay passed from this world on February 12, 2021, following a long and valiant battle with cancer. \n\nLisa was born on June, 23,1950, in Hawthorne, California. She was one of four children born to Lucile Mathis Sage and Arthur Lee Sage. Lisa graduated from Leuzinger High School in 1968. A brilliant and beloved student, she relished the lifelong friendships that began at LHS and enjoyed the title of Sophomore Sweetheart during her time there. \n\nLisa adored the area of her youth, and she came back as often as she could. The spark of passion for hair artistry began in Southern California, where she opened and managed many Fine Arts Hair Studios. She enjoyed creating, in all ways, and her natural talent, effervescent personality, and sharp wit made her a preferred stylist & unintentional therapist to many. She was also a respected committee member of The American Board of Child Learning & Language Disorders, and she created and chaired many charitable events. \n\nLisa was both a force to be reckoned with and a captivating beauty. She celebrated those she loved with abandon and walked alongside anyone in need as if they were family. Lisa’s dear son, Jonny, will quickly tell you she was his “angle” (angel) and she certainly was. She was generous, complicated, hilarious, heartfelt, self-deprecating, and stubborn as a mule. Lisa showed immense kindness and generosity to her grandchildren who have saved all of her cards and will cherish them forever. \n\nShe showed strength and determination in all her battles, but especially in the very difficult fight against an aggressive and cruel cancer. Through it all, she persisted. Lisa demonstrated genuine and unwavering faith in the face of insurmountable odds. Lisa also held a special place in the hearts of so many lives that she touched, and while her loss will be deeply felt, her spirit and example will be forever celebrated. \n\n“Christ is my hope. He is my hope on rainy Monday mornings, my hope on dark nights, and my hope in the face of death and despair.”\n\nSister Chieko N. Okazaki\n\nLisa will be missed every day by her husband, Mark Peay, Orem, UT, children, Rachel Deol (Michael), Costa Mesa, CA, and Jonny Peay, Orem, UT, and her beloved grandchildren Gabriel & Ella Deol. She also leaves behind her dear siblings, Shanna Steed (Kerry) Placerville, CA, John (Terri) Sage, Canyon Country, CA, and Eric Sage, Hermosa Beach, CA. \n\nSpecial thanks to Huntsman Cancer Institute, Dr. Chakravarthy Reddy, and Dr. Anna Beck for their compassionate care. Many thanks to USU and Aggies Elevated for their support of Lisa’s beloved son, Jonny. \n\nIn lieu of flowers, the family requests all remembrances be sent to Jonny & Friends Scholarship Fund at www.jonnyandfriends.org\n\nOr at America First Credit Union. \n\nMemorial services will be held at 11:00 AM, MST, on Saturday, March 13, 2021, at Nelson Family Mortuary, 4780 North University Avenue, Provo UT, 84604. Appropriate guidelines will be observed, and virtual services will be available to those who cannot attend in person.