Lisa Randall Blackburn

Lisa Randall Blackburn, 56, a resident of Santa Fe, Texas went to be with the Lord on February 12, 2024. Lisa was born on February 23, 1967, in Crosbyton to parents, Brenda and Jerry Randall.

Lisa was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, aunt, niece, cousin, and friend.  Those that knew Lisa best would say she loved her family and friends fiercely! Lisa also loved to shop, dress up, go fishing, dance, compete in Mud Runs and CrossFit. She was a Jeep lovin’ Steelers fanatic. If it was purple, it was an instant favorite and it didn’t even matter what it was. And if it was Country and Rustic décor it was a true winner. She was a great patriot that loved her country and was an avid supporter of the Police and the Military. In her downtime she loved watching movies or binge watching the sitcom, Friends. She was so full of life and never met a stranger. Lisa was a breast cancer and stroke survivor and kicked both with Gusto.

She was a member of the Galveston based Tutu Live Krewe dancing troupe where she served on the board of directors as both a parade captain and as a charity and volunteer coordinator. She was a showstopper in all her parades and in life. She had a heart of love and service to others and her infectious and vibrant personality were her best accessories.

She met the love of her life, Michael Don Blackburn II over 30 years ago by stomping around the upstairs apartment until he would come outside and talk to her. Together they built a home and a family of love and laughter.

Lisa leaves behind to cherish her memories, her husband Michael; parents Brenda & Jerry;  daughter, Jeri Sosa (Seth); son, Raymond Randall (Brittany); brother, Wade Randall (Lisa) and four beautiful granddaughters, Madison, Kyleigh, Presley, and Rebel along with multiple other family members and friends.

In her honor, there will be a visitation on Monday, February 19, 2024, at 1:00pm at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, Texas. A funeral service will follow at 2:00pm. Interment at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery in Dickinson, Texas, will follow the service.

In lieu of flowers, the family would like a charitable donation to be made to The Blue Santa of Galveston, Texas.  This was Lisa’s favorite organization to support.  Donations can be made by check or cash to Galveston Police Department, 601 54th Street, Galveston, TX 77551 Attn: J Latham or J Harris or email

Lisa loved vibrant colors, especially purple. Feel free to dress comfortably in boots, jeans, or bright colors as this is the celebration for her life.


  1. RIP Dear Lisa (fellow TuTu Sister)! It was fun parading around with you during Mardi Gras season! Prayers to all the family during this difficult time.

    Laura J Copado
  2. Lisa was a big sister to me. I am so grateful that I got to spend a little time with her the last time she came to Lubbock. I will always have the memories growing up and will cherish them for ever in my heart. An angel now and a warrior in heaven. I know her smile is the biggest light and will always keep an eye on her family. Love you always sis!

    Buffie Shaw

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