Lisa Marie Davis

July 17, 1972 - September 29, 2020

Lisa Marie Davis, age 48, of Bear, DE, passed away on Tuesday, September 29, 2020.

 Born in Wilmington, DE on July 17, 1972, she was a daughter of Norman Joseph Davis, Jr. and Deborah Mae (Bungo) Kenney. Lisa graduated from Delcastle Technical High School in 1990. Following her graduation, she started her 30-year career with Nephrology Associates, where she worked until her passing.

To all who were fortunate enough to know her, Lisa was an instant friend and a kind and thoughtful soul who found joy in putting others before herself.  Whether it be taking care of her beloved sons Brandon and Bryce who brought her endless joy and pride; building a life of love and laughter with her husband Mark; spending time with her family or caring for her “work family” at Nephrology Associates…Lisa’s bright smile and nurturing spirit brought joy to everyone she knew in ways that will live in our hearts forever.

Mark and Lisa’s paths were meant to cross, as if each were looking for the missing piece that would make them whole.  In each other they found their true soulmate and built a life with a house full of their beautiful blended family where laughter and a touch of good-natured silliness always filled the air.

Lisa loved being near the water.  A day with a sea breeze in her hair and toes in the sand was her perfect place.  It could be a relaxing evening on the Chesapeake with Mark and friends dining outdoors with live music as the sun gently set; hectic days in Wildwood, NJ with her beautiful children, siblings, nieces and nephews racing between the pool and beach; Ocean City, MD for a romantic weekend with Mark or any place where water, sand, live music, family, and friends came together.  When a beach was not available Lisa turned her backyard into the perfect outdoor oasis that welcomed all with her loving hospitality.  Lisa’s love of water and sharing precious moments with family and friends was about to chart a new course to the open seas with her first boat slipping softly into the Chesapeake just a few weeks ago. “Boo’s Cruise” was to be her next “perfect place” to share her contagious laugh and smile, entertain and watch beautiful sunsets with Mark and her boys for years to come.

Lisa’s loving heart was evident in her nurturing spirit.  Her warm smile and hug welcomed you in not only to her home, but forever into her heart.  She took joy and pleasure in making others smile and making sure they were comfortable in every possible way.   Her bright and beautiful smile truly lit up any room she entered. Always willing to help anyone at any time, Lisa will forever be remembered for her hug and loving heart. She was the heart and soul of her family. Lisa was the most caring and loving person you could ever meet. She will be dearly missed by all the many lives she touched in her short 48 years.

In addition to her mother and father, Lisa is survived by her loving husband of 3 years, Mark Ira Ginsberg; children, Bryce Zoladkiewicz and Brandon Zoladkiewicz who will be lovingly cared for by their father Ronald Zoladkiewicz Jr. (Mindy); stepchildren, Joshua Ginsberg, Gabriela Ginsberg and Alexa Ginsberg; siblings, Sherri Brooks (Russell), Kim Zoladkiewicz, Gina Davis and Nick Davis; stepmother, Cheryl Davis; stepfather, Michael Kenney; one stepbrother; several stepsisters; many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends; and Bailey, who Lisa affectionately called “Boo Boo”, who was her loving four-legged companion.

For everyone who knew, loved and cherished Lisa… she will be with us forever in our hearts and with us always.  When you are at the beach and a sea breeze gently caresses your cheek, it may be Lisa’s hand letting you know “I am with you”.  When a star in the evening sky seems to shine a little brighter than all the others, it may be Lisa’s dazzling smile reaching out from the heavens.  When the summer sun sets serenely into the horizon, and the sea and the sky come together as if perfectly orchestrated in a beautiful ballet of color, it may be Lisa’s spirit whispering “I am here”, watching over us and providing a blanket of peace, comfort and serenity.  Love goes on forever, and our love for you Lisa will last for eternity.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 4 pm until 6 pm on Saturday, October 10, 2020, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 North DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE. Face masks will be required for all in attendance. Services and interment will be held privately.


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47 Condolences for Lisa Marie Davis

  • My most sincerest condolences to Lisa’s family and friends. Lisa was the kindest, nicest person and coworker and friend. She never had an unkind word towards anyone no matter the circumstances. One of a kind. She will be missed, may she rest in everlasting peace. 💜💜💜🙏

  • My Love and Prayers goes out to my friend Mark and his family. Lisa was a bundle of joy. Rest In Peace.

  • Mark- May the time you had with Lisa be in your heart forever and when you think of her, you are able to recall those times which were so very special. This loss is tremendous and we will be thinking of you and the family during these difficult times to come. Fraternally Gary

  • This is the most beautiful tribute I have read in a long time! Love and prayers to Sherri and the entire family.

  • Mark
    While no words can describe this horrendous tragedy, I want to wish you and your family my sincerest condolences.
    So so sorry for your loss and let her memory be a blessing for you during this difficult time.

  • I’m so very sorry for all of our loss. But mostly her families loss. Hugs and prayers with you all, I wish i could physically be there but I’m in Canada, however i will be there in thought and prayers… Love to all

  • Lisa always had a smile on her face. I never saw her angry or sad. The world will not be the same without her in it. It breaks my heart that her family is heartbroken. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers ❤️ Rest In Peace Lisa

  • Lisa was my best friend since the first day of seventh grade Her smile lit up the room and her unique laugh I’ll never forget It. She was always there for me whenever I needed her along with her mom dad and sisters I have never met Mark her husband But I know that she loved him very much And my heart goes out to him and his family also I will always miss her Lisa will be in my heart forever

  • I am so sorry for all of your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. God bless!

  • Alexa and I, as well as our entire family, want to extend our thoughts our prayers to everyone.

  • Lisa was a dear sweet friend, and I will miss her incredibly. I will always have the moments we shared and the memory of her infectious smile. She was always there, and never let you down. I pray for peace and comfort for her family, as they must endure this difficult journey.
    I love you Lisa,

    Heatherton Favazza

  • My life was so blessed to have u in it. I really dont know I can go on without my Daughter Lisa. U were loved like one of my own. Loved spoiling U. Best day was the day u hired me and made me part of your work family. Tell Jimmy I love him. U Honey will always be my Angel. Till we meet again Sweetheart!💔

  • Our sincere condolences to Lisa’s entire family. Such a tragic loss. May you find peace in the memories that you shared. We are we grateful that we knew her while she was on this earth.
    Rest in peace sweetie, we will never forgot you. Until we meet again.

  • I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of Lisa. She was such warm and kind-hearted person. I remember Lisa from our days at Delcastle, she would always greet you with a smile. She will truly be missed. Sending my thoughts and prayers to her husband, children and her entire family and friends.
    Rest In Peace Lisa,
    Carmella Anderson
    Delcastle C/O 1990

  • We are so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers…The tribute was beautiful and full of love.

  • You will forever be in my heart! Love you, Dad

  • You are a special Angel watching over us. I know you have lit up the heavens. You will be forever missed and loved. Rest in Peace Dear Lisa.

  • I had the great pleasure of knowing Lisa. Our sons attend the same school She was a wonderful mom I’ll miss her dearly. Many, many prayers and thoughts go out to her family and friends. She truly was a wonderful person. 🌟

  • My sincerest condolences to Lisa’s family. One of the loveliest people I have had the pleasure to know.

  • To Lisa’s entire family and my friend Mark, please accept my sincere condolences for her passing. One only need to look at her picture and know that she loved and will be loved in eternity. Our prayers are for strength during this most difficult time and in time for peace and lasting good memories.

  • Mark, Larry and I were saddened to hear of Lisa’s passing. She was truly a beautiful person. Our prayers are with you and your family. Sheila and Larry Hogan

  • I have had the pleasure of working with Lisa’s sister, Gina for almost a year now. She is a wonderful girl and I can only imagine how wonderful Lisa was… prayers for the families involved in this tragic loss.
    Morgan Hewes

  • So sorry for the lost of your daughter. May she Rest In Peace and hopefully the memories that you have will help you process the loss of your beautiful daughter! Sincerely Debbie Sianni

  • Mark, Brandon, Bryce and family,
    We are shocked and devastated by the loss of your beloved Lisa. She was a sparkling and precious gem who brought delight and joy into the lives of all who knew her. The world was a brighter place with her in it and that smile, that laugh, that kindness and endless caring and generosity will never be forgotten. We will love and remember her always… and you will forever be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Larry, Lynn, Kayly, Michael and Jake Ginsberg

  • May God Bless Your Family.. May Lisa RIP..

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
    Margaret & Joe Leonetti

  • My thoughts and prayers are with all of Lisa’s family and loved ones. She was the sweetest and kind person. I remember working at Nephrology Associates and being a graduate myself of Delcastle High, I suggested bringing in a co-op. Lisa was our very first one and couldn’t have been any better. Following Lisa we had her wonderful sister Sherri. Lisa stayed on and grew into such a lovely young woman who was kind, thoughtful and just beautiful inside and out. Even though we lost touch, she will always be in my memories and never forgotten. Again, to the Davis family, her beautiful children, her loving husband, I’m so sorry for your loss. Lisa will always be an angel.

  • Mark and Family,

    This is such a beautify tribute.
    My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

  • Mark,

    I am truly sorry for your loss. The times we spent with Lisa and you we’re always so much fun. Every picture I have seen, you two were always smiling. You finally found your “person”. I will always be here for you and the kids. Her light will be shining forever.
    Love you all,
    Robin, Andrew, Nicole, Carly

  • Mark- My heart aches for you my good friend. I will be there for you. Ocean breezes, seaside bar, cold brewskies, Brucey cranking over speakers…. We will toast to your Lisa and you can tell me all about her. Love you brother. -Nobes.

  • So sorry for the loss of your lovely Lisa. May her memories be cherished and may she rest In Peace. My love and prayers for Mark, her children and the rest of her family and friends.

  • Mark-so very sorry to hear of Lisa’s tragic passing. May the amazing memories you made together – forever warm your heart. Here to support you in any way I can.

  • Mark, the Schultz family’s hearts go out for you and the entire Davis family. She will be truly missed.

  • I am hopeful that great memories will hold you up during this terrible time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sclar Family

  • Dear Mark,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I was lucky enough to meet Lisa and spent a great weekend in NY with you both. She was such an amazing woman, so full of energy and had such a passion for life. Her smile was so infectious and I will always remember that weekend. My condolences to you and both families and I know this is a very difficult time. I am here for you anytime day or night. I know Lisa will be deeply missed and may she Rest In Peace.
    My deepest sympathies. John

  • my thoughts and prayers are with family and friends

  • Mark, and family,
    Lisa was the most amazing wife, mother,
    relative, and friend.
    Her life and love leaves an indelible imprint in all our lives. We will miss and love her always.
    MY you find peace, strength, and comfort in all the beautiful memories you shared together.
    Remember, whenever you see a butterfly let it be a reminder you are never apart.
    Lisa’s beautiful spirit is always with you forever in your heart…
    All our love,
    Karen and Dad

  • Dear Mark,
    I’m so sorry to hear about your tremendous loss. It is clear she was an exceptional person. May the memories of her stay with your forever. Sending you my heartfelt condolences.

  • Lisa, I only met you and Mark once right before the pandemic. You were so sweet and kind. We had an amazing, funny, and memorable night. You made a lasting impression on me. My condolences to Mark and your family. May you Rest In Peace.

  • Mark,
    I am deeply saddened to know about the sudden and unexpected loss of your wife Lisa. Take one day at a time, one hour at a time, or one minute at a time, as you mourn her loss. Do not fight grief, but breathe it in deeply, in honor of the time you shared with Lisa. My sincere condolences to all of your family and hers.

  • Mark, It was crushing to hear about your tragic loss. Remember the good times you had with her, to help you through this difficult time. My sympathies to you and your entire family. 

  • Mark,
    The entire Rosenberg family has you and your family in our prayers through this difficult time. Lisa was a wonderful person inside and out. She maybe gone, but she will be missed forever.
    The Rosenberg Family

  • Words can not express the heartache we feel for your loss. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. She was a beautiful soul that had the deepest caring heart, the memories we have of Lisa will be cherished forever.

    With sympathy,
    Connie & Warren
    Mason and Lilly

  • Mark, we are so sorry to hear of your heartbreaking loss. After reading the lovely words about Lisa, it is clear that she was a beautiful and remarkable woman. It is hard to know just how to help or comfort in the face of such tragedy. We will hold you and yours in our prayers. With deepest sympathy, Brad & Julie.

  • Mark please know that you and yours have been in my prayers. You guys are also on the prayer list of my church. I always looked forward to your FB posts so I could live vicariously through the adventures you shared with Lisa. I trust God to guide you through this storm in your life. Please feel free to call me anytime of day or night if you need to talk. We’ll do lunch whenever you want. Hugs and Love to you my brother. Peace, Gordon

  • To our beautiful Lisa, You were one in a million. I loved your smiling face and awesome laughter. I wish I would have said so much more to Bryce than I could get out. You’re so handsome and your mom absolutely loved you and Brandon. I’m so happy you both have awesome wonderful memories of your beautiful mom. I love you and hope we can start seeing all of you again. Kim I love you too. Take care. All my love, Aunt Linda

  • I love you so much sister. 💜