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In Memory

Anne Louise Berell (Lisbin) - Class of 1963

Anne Louise Berell (Lisbin)

Anne Berell Lisbin

Anne Berell Lisbon, Class of 1963

Lisbin, Anne L., nee Berell, age 76, passed away February 18, 2022, beloved mother of Jeffrey Lisbin and Lisa (Tyson) Chandler, dear sister of Mary Ellen Berell, loving grandmother of Lily Anne Chandler. Private Services. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the Alzheimer's Association would be appreciated.


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02/19/22 09:58 AM #1    

Henry Randolph Hensel (1963)



02/19/22 02:05 PM #2    

James J "Skidsey" Carpenter (1963)

I first met Ann at the Paramus Roller Skating Rink whenmy parents moved to Paramus. I thought she was the most beautiful girl I'd ever seen. Got to know Ann better over the years. She and Bruce allowed me to stay at their apartment in Baltimore after I got out of Viet Nam and was looking for a place to move my family to and my return to P&G. Ann & Bruce and Sue and I used to get together quite frequently since we both had kids the same age and live within 2 miles of each other. We always got together during our reunions and Ann was always lookingfor the latest news. She will be greatly missed. Our reunions will never be the same. Skidsey 51

02/19/22 05:19 PM #3    

Henry Randolph Hensel (1963)


On Friday, February 18, 2022 we lost an amazing trailblazer whose vision and spirit will continue to inspire many for years to come: Anne Lisbin, founder and leader of Elegant Fare for almost four decades.

Anne founded Elegant Fare in 1981. Having trained as a teacher at Douglas College, she had become a stay-at-home mom. Then, recognizing a need and an opportunity, she established Elegant Fare as a home delivery food service.

Anne’s entrepreneurial success made growth inevitable. Because of her vision, culinary talent, and passion for best-in-class food and service, Elegant Fare soon became the caterer of choice in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. Anne once said: “It’s always rewarding when you produce something truly memorable and exceed people’s expectations. At Elegant Fare, that’s what we strive to do every day.” 

Anne had a joy for life, loved people, and never met a stranger. That was reflected in her relationships with family, staff, and clients. Her adventurous spirit led her on many trips to exciting places where she would not only bring back fresh culinary ideas, but also create lasting friendships with those she met along the way.

Thank you, Anne, for your vision, perseverance, dedication, and drive. Your legacy will continue.
Our deepest condolences to Anne’s family, including son Jeffrey, daughter Lisa Lisbin Chandler and son-in-law Tyson, granddaughter Lilly, and sister Mary Ellen ("Mady") Berell.


02/20/22 02:40 PM #4    

Stan Cohen (1974)

From Erich Veyhl: 7th grade end of school party at our "Shady Acres" home on Paramus Rd, Miss Weisberger's class, June 1958.

02/20/22 02:42 PM #5    

Henry Randolph Hensel (1963)

Posted for Susan Barclay/Carpenter-Valik

02/21/22 03:33 PM #6    

Carolyn Reichert (McIlveen) (1963)


Anne was FUN to be with! I shared her friendship years after leaving PHS/holiday gatherings and reunions! 
She left an indelible mark on my brain for her laughter and humor. I enjoyed always being with her🥲

Yes, she will be missed by her close friends and of course her family😢


03/20/22 12:30 PM #7    

Henry Randolph Hensel (1963)

02/20/23 10:20 AM #8    

Allen Walter Kuebler (1963)


It has been a year since I lost my dear friend, Anne.  We first met in Miss Bellina's third grade class in Farview School.  Our frienship was instant and lasted almost seventy years.  Anne was a caring, warm, loving and trustworthy friend in joy and sorrow.  I think of her and miss her every day.

Susan Cole Kuebler


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