Lisa “Li” Marie Sheridan, 54 of Valparaiso, passed away on Wednesday, February 21, 2024. She was born on January 9, 1970 in Chicago, IL to John J. Sheridan and Caroline A. Cummins and graduated from Valparaiso High School. Li was devoted to her family and was a loving daughter, sister, mother, grandmother, and aunt who will be missed by all who got to know the bright soul she was to this world. As a social butterfly, there was never a stranger that crossed her path, only friends. With a giving soul and as a self-described hippie, Li was a free spirit who wanted to have fun and enjoy everything life had to offer. She was fond of nature, animals, and above all, being around and spending time with those she loved.
Lisa is survived by her three children: Christina Sheridan, John (Tiffany) Small, and James (Chelse) Orris; grandchildren: Aiden, Ava, Vivian, Daniel, Daisy, and Landon; sisters, Dawn (Luis) Munoz and Tina (Tino) Sheridan; niece, Monica Munoz; nephew, Luis Munoz; and great-nephew, Devin Munoz. She was preceded in death by her parents; and grandmother, Dorothy Mari.
A visitation will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at Moeller Funeral Home from 10:00 – Noon.


Lisa I'll always remember you as a spunky little girl laughing and goofing off when the family got together. You were my dad's favorite, sorry Dawn and Lisa, he got a kick out of you.
I hope your in hippie heaven with Gram and your folks dear cuz. -Cindy Highley 

Johnny boy, we go back like a Cadillac on 4 flats. Hard to believe that we met 22 years ago. Lots of memories and lot of those memories are with your lovely mom involved. Lisa, you were a super hip lady. Thanks for always being awesome to us boys as we found our way in the world. You were an outstanding human and deserve all the recognition for the difficulties you worked through on behalf of your kids, it’s admirable. You’ll be dearly missed, and I can always credit you the rest of my life for the first person to turn me on to the show Big Brother. I watch it every year, and it reminds me of you every time. Rest easy, Lisa! John, I love you buddy! Tina, I miss you and hope you are well. Jimmy and Chrissy, I hope you’re both well and my best wishes to you. -Zack Fromm 

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