Jacin Marc Lisner

by | Mar 9, 2022 | Obituaries

Virginia Beach—Jacin Marc Lisner, 30, of Chesapeake died sadly on March 4, 2022, due to an auto accident.

Jacin was a graduate of Indian River High School, was a longtime member with many local and national car clubs, including Porsche Club of America, Beachcombers Corvette Club, Tidewater Sports Car Club, Sports Car Club of America, National Auto Sport Association, and attended Ohef Sholom Temple.

Racin Jacin as he was known by many, loved cars. Jacin’s interest began as a baby and he began competitively driving go-karts as a child. At age 14 he became one of the first to obtain a competition track license. He enjoyed driving his Diasio race car at many tracks, including VIR, Summit Point, CMP, NCCAR and Langley Speedway. Jacin especially loved autocrossing his Corvette. Not only did he enjoy racing, he also wanted to share what he did and knew with others and help them get involved. A personal proud moment was when he became a driving instructor.

Since Jacin liked cars so much, it seemed almost natural for him to make a living selling them. Going to work each day meant he would be around what he loved. He enjoyed learning about the new models and their features. Talking and helping customers came naturally to him. Jacin spent most of his career at Cavalier Ford-Lincoln.

Survived by his parents L. Marc and Katina Lisner, his younger brother, Joshua Zacrye Lisner, grandparents, Sheal and Brenda Lisner, uncles, Charles Lisner (Diana), Bruce “Skip” Keith (Terri), Brian Keith (Faith), aunt, Charlotte Register, his many cousins, Sam Lisner, Anna Lisner, Rachel Lisner and Sarah Lisner, Ry Keith, Jennifer Boltz Quintero, Amy Register Coward, Alice Register Kent, Stefanie Boltz Newlin and Delaney Dickson, their spouses, and children, Great Aunt Janet Hill, second cousins Justin Hill, Erin Hill Miller, Allison Hill Carden, their spouses and children, along with many loving friends. He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Bruce J. Keith and Betty Jo Keith and his aunt, Marjorie Keith Boltz.

A closed casket service was held at the Norfolk Chapel of H.D. Oliver Funeral Apartments, officiated by Rabbi Roz Mandelberg and Rabbi Lawrence A. Forman. Burial immediately followed at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Chapel services were livestreamed. (https://www.facebook.com/hdoliverfuneralapts/) Jacin was laid to rest in Tree of Life Section IV for any of his friends that may want to know where to pay their respects to him.

Donations may be made to any local animal rescue or shelter, the SPCA, charity of your choice, or towards a wanted car part.

Jacin loved his family, all our dogs, Rhett, Desi, Lennie, Vinniem and Van and was predeceased by Waffle, Lexie, Torquee-the-Yorkie, and Ollie.

The family thanks everyone for all their kind words and shared stories. It has been a comfort to know how much our Jacin was loved by so many people in his short time with us.