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Lisa L. Bogan

December 4, 1976 — May 4, 2023


On Thursday, May 4th, 2023. Lisa Leighann Bogan, 46, formerly of Crofton, Maryland, passed away quietly at Chesapeake Woods, Autumn Lake Nursing Home, in Cambridge MD.

Lisa was born December 4th, 1976 at Eglin AFB Hospital Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Lisa was the daughter of Patrick Lee and Bonnita (Bonnie) Lee DeFeo Bogan.

An artistic young woman with a beautiful smile, Lisa pursued life on her own terms and left us too soon. She attended Arundel High School and was a cheerleader. She played softball as a young person. As an adult, she enjoyed skiing, snowboarding, and surfing. She had a special love for Elephants. She had one tattooed on her ankle. Her very special cat named Devan, gave her comfort and company.

Lisa is survived by her father Patrick, brother Duane, step mother Svetla and sister Yordana Bogan. She is also survived by her Uncles, Calvin Jr, (Ginger) Michael (Connie) Aunt Janice (Rick) and many cousins. She is also survived by her mother’s siblings Linda, Tina, Eddie, and Tommy.

Lisa was preceded in death by her Mother Bonnita, her Uncles Angelo and Mickey, and her maternal Grandparents Donna Eichner and Armondo DeFeo. Also, by her Paternal Grandparents Calvin H. Bogan Sr. and Alice B. Bogan.

Services will be private. Condolences may be made on line at Beall Funeral Home Bowie, Maryland.



In Nature's embrace, all colors bloom,
Hope fills the soul like sweet perfume,
The birch tree's lashes gently sway,
kissing the moist earth, day by day.

We lead two lives, one full of love,
Creating beauty as stars above,
but the other, led by the Dark princess,
Takes us far from those we bless.

When a young soul leaves this earth,
a great sorrow takes its worth,
Farewell, dear girl, your art so fine,
a legacy of beauty, so divine.

Rest in peace, in Heaven above,
Where angels draw flowers filled with love,
We'll pray for you, and your pure soul,
and draw with tears the memories whole.

Though you may be gone from sight,
your ART lives on, a shining light,
In every bloom, in every tree,
a part of you will always be.
Author - Svetla Yordanova, step Mom of Lisa
(Attention -The publication and distribution  of the poem without the permission of the author is prohibited.)
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