Lisa Crotts Maslar
was born in Savannah, Tennessee on May 25, 1967 the daughter of the late Billy and Hazel Neill Crotts.
On June 18, 2004 she was united in marriage to Stephen Frank Maslar, who survives.
Lisa was the former owner of Maz's Quick Mart and had previously worked as a computer programmer. She was a member of Turkey Creek Baptist Church. Lisa was a basketball star for Hardin County from 1981 until 1985 and then went to play from 1985 until 1989 at Lambuth University. She was not only a great basketball player but was an outstanding softball player, playing first base. Lisa was one of the first females in Hardin County to play Little League Baseball.
Lisa loved life. She loved her fur babies and was a friend to anyone she met. In her spare time she enjoyed riding her "buggy" side by side on country roads and watching the sunset and looking for deer. Lisa loved traveling to different places and trying new foods. She loved spending time with her niece and nephews and doing karaoke with her friends.
Lisa departed this life on Friday, January 6, 2023 in Jackson, Tennessee at the age of 55 years, 7 months, and 12 days.
In addition to her husband of 18 years, Steve "Curly Top" Maslar of Savannah, Tennessee, she is survived by her sister, Jill Paige of Savannah, Tennessee; niece, Alexandra Forbes; and nephews, Parker Forbes and Chandler Forbes.
Lisa was preceded in death by her parents, Billy and Hazel Neill Crotts, and grandparents, Dewey "Dude" Neill, Neely Soloman Neill, Leonard Crotts, and Mamie Crotts.