Lisle Sunny Scott Peterson

May 3, 1988 – March 3, 2021

Lisle Sunny Scott Peterson passed away March 3, 2021, at the age of 32, from injuries sustained in a tragic 4-wheeler accident in Fillmore, Utah on February 28, 2021.

She was born May 3, 1988, to Harold Milton and Irene Mitchell Scott, in Fillmore, Utah. Her middle name was so fitting, as she always had that sunny disposition. She was raised in Fillmore with her big sisters and brother. She graduated high school and then went on to finish beauty school.

Lisle married her best friend, Ryan David Peterson, on December 29, 2014, in Fillmore, Utah. She instantly became a step-mother to her three beautiful girls: Shalice, Grace, and Aubrey. She loved them as her own. She loved being with her family and creating memories with them.

Lisle has been employed at several businesses in town, the latest being the receptionist at Mountain View Mushrooms for the last five years.

To know Lisle was to know what love was. She cared for her family and friends before caring for herself. Many in town know that when there was a fundraiser, she was one of the first to offer her help. She made everyone feel like they were her best friend. She loved animals, especially her Runt and Apollo. She was always petting all the animals, even when some of those animals didn’t want to be petted, i.e. the cat incident of 2017. Before greeting any human, she was greeting their pets first.

Lisle is survived by her husband, Ryan; their three daughters: Shalice (age 15), Grace ( age 14), and Aubrey ( age 12); her mother, Irene, her brother, Alan (Amber) Scott, her two sisters, Jenny (Mike) Horberg and Devon (David) Beszeditz; several nieces and nephews, both here and in Heaven. Preceded in death by her father, Harold, and her grandparents, Newel and DeVaun Mitchell, Harold Milton Sr., and Dorothy Scott.

The family would like to extend a thank you for all the generous donations.

A Celebration of Life for Lisle will be held April 10, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. with a visitation from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. in Irene Scott Backyard (165 West 300 South, Fillmore)

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3 Responses to “Lisle Sunny Scott Peterson”

  1. KrissBailey says:

    my heart is heavy with sorrow at the news of this accident 💔 may God bless this family both her own and her parent’s. God be with you

  2. Peggy Rowley says:

    it breaks my heart to know that you have left this world. I loved having you do my hair and all our long talks. I will truly miss seeing that little red car. You brought a lot of joy and sunshine to this place. Many Blessings for your family. Special Blessings for your dear mother.

  3. Mark Wood says:

    Ryan I am sorry for you loss.