We pride ourselves on the highest level of service to you and your loved ones. Contact Us

Lisa C. (Franck) Tennis-Nieves

Born: Fri., Aug. 12, 1960
Died: Thu., Apr. 23, 2020


Funeral Service


Print Obituary   Home Page All Obituaries

 


     Lisa  C. Tennis-Nieves of Browns Mills, age 59 years, passed away April 23, 2020.  She was born in Germany and was a lifelong resident of Browns Mills. Lisa was a retired Correction Officer after 28 years  with the Burlington County Jail.  She also was a member of  the PBA.
     She was predeceased by her husband Francisco.  Beloved mother of Brandon Tennis and wife Veronica of Jackson and devoted grandmother of Kaitlyn.
     Funeral Services were held privately due to the Corona Virus.
     Interment was in Odd Felows Cemetery, Pemberton Twp.

The Lankenau Funeral Home, 370 Lakehurst Road, Browns Mills, Pemberton Twp.
Stephen Lankenau,Director.

  View/Sign the Condolence Book

Click the button to generate a printable document containing all condolences submitted

Condolence Booklet

Phillip Barton
   Posted Wed April 29, 2020
I first met Mrs Tennis long ago we were working on Fort Dix in the NCO club she was always so nice to me and when in 1990 i started working in the county jail it was good to she face and person you knew we worked together for 25 years she will be missed my god open his arms he got a good one RIP

Linda Opher
   Posted Wed April 29, 2020
Lisa was a great lady, my husband had the pleasure of working with her. She gave me a beautiful cabinet that I will treasure.. Thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Tracey Crumes
   Posted Wed April 29, 2020
My sincere condolences to the family.I was great working with Ms Tennis.

Linval and Jinja Jones
   Posted Wed April 29, 2020
RIP Lisa Tennis-Nieves you will be missed by many! My prayers and heart felt condolences go to the family and friends!!

Edward Mason III
   Posted Thu April 30, 2020
May you rest in peace. Finally back with Cisco.

Salvatore Fonte
   Posted Thu April 30, 2020
I cannot describe how sorrowful I feel. I had known Lisa since 1989 when we worked together at Burlington County. Lisa always had kind remarks every time our paths crossed, long after I left the County Jail. She introduced her son Brandon and my son JP.