Lisa (Dammer) Roswick

1964 - 2021


Lisa Dammer Roswick, 57, of Fayetteville, died unexpectedly at home on Monday, March 29, 2021.

She was born on March 26, 1964, in Schenectady, New York, the daughter of Paul and Joyce Dammer. She was educated in Hoosic Valley schools. Lisa earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial distribution from Clarkson University in 1986 and a master of business administration degree from Syracuse University in 2003.

Lisa spent her career as an engineer in the manufacturing industry, including at Corning, Microwave Filter Corp. and most recently with TTM Technologies.

She married David Roswick on June 13, 2009, in Syracuse University’s Hendricks Chapel.

Lisa was a passionate cheerleader for her family and formed many lasting and meaningful relationships with friends. She was beyond proud of her beloved daughter, Natalie Grace, and of her academic, musical and athletic achievements. She never missed a concert, school musical or athletic event, and always sought out opportunities for Natalie to stretch her wings and try new things. Natalie’s kindness is a direct reflection of the goodness that her mother instilled in her.

Lisa also stretched herself to achieve new things as well. She participated in IronGirl triathlons and the swimming legs of Iron Man 70.3 triathlons, her swimming skills honed in the family’s backyard pool that she loved to sit by. Her backyard was full of flowers and plant life that she nurtured. Over the past several months, she cultivated an interest in house plants in her mother’s memory. Lisa always made sure family traditions were continued, and everything was a cause for a celebration. 

Throughout life she rose to the occasion to overcome challenges and take care of others' needs, many times above her own. When her father died in 2015, Lisa moved her mother, Joyce, to Manlius. She was an extremely dedicated caregiver to her mother for nearly six years until Joyce’s passing on Nov. 30, 2020.

Lisa loved quiet time in the woods, being near water and on the beaches of Cape Cod, creating crafts and decorations as well as delicious food. Above all, she valued quality time with her family. She will fondly be remembered for her humor and her kind and loving nature.

Surviving are her beloved husband and daughter, David and Natalie, of Fayetteville; her brother and sister-in-law, Dave and Daria Dammer of Quakertown, Pennsylvania, and their children, Maggie, Caelan, Peterand Luke; her father-in-law, Dr. Howard Roswick of Spring Hill, Fla.; her brother and sister-in-law, Terry and Denise Roswick of Mundelein, Ill., and their children, Emma and Luke; an uncle, Peter (Madge); an aunt, Vollie (Bill); and many cousins.

A service will be held at a future date. Contributions in Lisa’s memory may be made to OneSky, Food Bank of CNY and We Rise Above the Streets.

Memories and messages of support may be left on Lisa’s personal Facebook page or on a Facebook page to support the Roswick Family.



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Carla Liberatore

April 2, 2021 5:52 PM

In loving memory of beautiful Lisa. You will always grow in our hearts. Love you Always, Sofia Bebla and Carla Liberatore
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April 11, 2021 2:08 PM

Dear Natalie and David,
Lisa brought sunshine into every room that she walked into. We truly loved her and our family was blessed to have known her. I know she is watching down on your from heaven and I'm so very sorry that she couldn't spend a bit more time here on earth with you. 
With love,
Jessica , Edgar and Sebastien Tumajyan

Jess Ryan

April 6, 2021 5:53 PM

I knew Lisa from Method 360. She was incredibly friendly and always, always caring for others and wanting to help. It was obvious that she loved her daughter fiercely. This is a huge loss, and my heart goes out to David, Natalie, and all of Lisa's family.

Linda Deoursey

April 5, 2021 10:49 PM

David, Natalie, and family,
I am so sorry for your loss.  As people journey through life they leave footprints of kindness and love, courage compassion, joy and faith. Even when they are gone, the trail they have left behind continues to inspire us.  This fits Lisa.  God took a special angel home.  Praying God will comfort and care for you at this difficult time.  With my deepest sympathy.  It was always a pleasure talking and working with Lisa at MFC.
Linda DeCoursey

Debbie Lind-Eberle

April 5, 2021 11:38 AM

David and Natalie, 
So sorry for your loss, difficult to find the words to express my sympathy.  I will always remember the first time I met Lisa.  It was my last day living in Syracuse and I ran into David and Lisa at the Mexican restaurant in East Syracuse.  I liked her instantly.  May you both find comfort in a special memory you have.  My thoughts and prayers are with you.       

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