Wanda Wilferd Lisch passed away following a long illness on Thursday, July 17, 2014, at her home in Cadiz.
Wanda was born on Aug. 12, 1938, in Kuttawa to Wellman Wilferd and Pauline Puckett Wilferd Carrigan.
Wanda Lisch retired in April 2014 from the Cadiz Trigg County Tourism Center. Wanda was recognized for her many years of dedication to the business community of Cadiz and was awarded a Life Ambassador Award and a city proclamation naming May 23, 2014, as Wanda Lisch Day in Cadiz. She was a member of Cadiz Baptist Church, a Kentucky Colonel and she enjoyed, reading, writing and traveling.
In addition to her parents, Wanda was preceded in death by her husband, William “Bill” Lisch.
She is survived by one step-brother, Ray Carrigan (and wife Sue) of Olive; one son, Glenn Edward McGill, Jr., (and wife Lee) of Cadiz; one daughter, Chris-Michele McGill Jones (and husband William “Dickie”, III.) of Lawrenceburg; two step-sons, Darren Lisch of Nashville, Tenn. and Derrick Lisch of Tennessee; five grandchildren, Glenn Edward McGill, III, Lindsey Noel Jones, Jennifer Lynn McGill, Sierra Nicole Jones and Kelly Nicole McGill; one step-granddaughter, Kendel Bryant; three great-grandchildren, Michael Edward Giannini, Glenn Edward McGill, IV., and Aubrey Madison Jones; and one step-great-grandson, James Mullins.
Serving as pallbearers were David Bryant, Darren Lisch, Charles Simpson, Chuck Rockhold, David Shore, Keith Simonson, Jimmy Futrell, Glenn Whobrey and Jesse Thomas. Music was provided by Mary Skaggs, pianist, and Patty Rockhold, vocalist.
Memorial contributions may be made to: Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Organization International, P.O. Box 112186, Tacoma, WA 98411.