|Birth: ||Sep. 11, 1956|
|Death: ||Mar. 15, 2012|
Lee was incredibly kind, generous, strong, diligent, funny, talented, and he did not sugarcoat anything. He dawned a huge smile that lit up any room. And, he always had an insightful answer for life's many questions.
Lee managed construction sites for a living, and he built incredible houses on the side with his equally talented and motivated wife Tritia. When she wanted her dream house, he built it for her. When she wanted to start her own business, he bought her a storefront. Lee would give the people he loved anything to see them happy. Though Lee was often the popular, sociable, handsome one in the room, he was the first to thrust others into the spotlight for their achievements.
This time, Lee leaves behind a legacy of being a phenomenal person, and he has made history by being the longest surviving person at his young age with "Frontal Temporal Dementia," "Lou Gehrig's Disease," Alzheimer's, and Diabetes. His multiple illnesses never kept him from smiling, laughing, giving, or sneaking into a room so quietly that he scares the bejesus out of you!
Lee is a true testament that no matter how hard life gets, you have to keep active and positive.
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
Created by: Rosebud Duff
Record added: Mar 24, 2012
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