Anne Elisabeth Shearer died September 24, 2015, in Wheeling, Illinois. She was the second child of Kenneth and Joan Wilson of Miles City, born on April 26, 1964. She was called Lisette as a child, and that name was shortened to Liz as she grew up. Lisette was a headstrong, lively spirit who lived life on her own terms. As a child she loved singing, swimming, Highland dancing, and general chaos. At 8 months of age she stood up and walked and she never looked back. She attended Miles City schools and graduated in 1982 from Custer County District High School, where she participated in varsity golf, played trombone in the band and sang in the Concert Choir. She tried college briefly, but decided it was not for her. She took a job at the 600 Café and worked there for many years. She loved the people she worked with and the customers she served. She married Gordon Shearer in 1992, and they became the parents of three wonderful daughters. She and Gordon later separated, and he predeceased her. She left Montana for Wisconsin and eventually moved to Wheeling, Illinois, where she lived for many years. She kept busy with work, swimming, cooking, her cat Gracie, and spending time with her many friends. She always had a smile for everyone she met. Those who knew and loved her will miss her sunny disposition and her beautiful smile. A few years ago she posted the following on her Facebook page: “I choose God’s wisdom, His Spirit, His pace and His placement for my life. What will you choose?”Lisette is survived by her three daughters: Irene Harrington (Jeff) Lillibridge of Tampa, Florida; Stephanie Harrington of Newfields, New Hampshire, and Samantha Harrington of North Pomfret, Vermont; her granddaughter, Vivian Baillargeon; her sister, Wendy Wilson of Sandy, Utah; her brothers, Ned Wilson of Tampa, Florida and Matt Wilson of Missoula, Montana, and by her mother, Joan Wilson of Miles City. She is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and nieces. She was preceded in death by her father, Ken Wilson, and her grandparents. Her remains were cremated in Illinois and will be interred in the Custer County Cemetery. Donations in Lisette’s memory can be made to Lutheran Social Services, 3940 Rimrock Road, Billings, MT 59102 or the charity of your choice.