Lisa was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Orange County with her parents Michael
Salathiel Creamer and Patricia Ann Hatfield Creamer, and older sisters, Patricia Sue and
Lisa lived many lives in this one lifetime. In her twenties, she was married and spent her
time building and remodeling houses. She also earned her Master of Psychology and
License of Marriage and Family Therapy.
Her thirties is when she began her life as a mother and parent. At 31 she had her first
daughter, Christopher Brooke, while living in Dana Point. At 33 she had her son,
Morgan Patrick Salathiel, and moved to Butte County, where she raised her children on
45 acres. She married again and had her second daughter, Daniel Kimberly Elizabeth.
She raised all three of her children on her country property for 30 years and worked
diligently as a single mother, family mediator, therapist, and the Clinician of Butte
County Probation and Juvenile Hall.
Lisa was many things: a mother, sister, friend, daughter, aunt, and an amazing listener.
In her later years, Lisa enjoyed traveling to Kauai, reading, and visiting her children. She
took pride in her accomplishments as a mother and taught many the meaning of
Lisa is survived by her children Christopher Brooke, Morgan Patrick Salathiel, and
Daniel Kimberly Elizabeth, sister Patricia Sue, nieces Michael and Rachel, nephew
Curry, many cousins and friends, and countless others who have been impacted by
Lisa is greatly missed and loved endlessly. May Lisa’s life be a reminder to all to live with
love. As Lisa would say, create a great day!