- 72 years old
- Date of birth: September 6th, 1943
- Place of birth:
Purdy, Missouri, United States
- Date of passing: July 1st, 2016
- Place of passing:
Discovery Bay, California, United States
Bev, we are heartbroken to hear about the passing of Lee. Please accept or condolences for you and your Family's loss. Lee and you are one of the most down to earth people we know. We know you are loved by so many people you have touched. A piece of us all is gone. Much love and prayers to you all! Rick and Carol Mustain
Lee added value to other people who in turn were motivated to add value to others. Over the years, the ripple just got bigger and bigger. Ray and Linda Stamps
My brother Lee and his beautiful bride, Beverly, lived their Vows with dignity and love for 52 years and pledged, "Until death do we part...." They, together, lived a full-life and did a lot of good for so many people. He was his own man, always worked so hard, and demanded excellence from himself. He loved his family and was so proud of all of them. We will miss you. Love.
Lee was a good friend, we went on many vacations together. Lee was a kind and giving man and his home was always open for all of his friends and family. He will surly be missed by Paulette and me. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family
Will always remember him saying "Betty, this is your little brother Lee". So many wonderful memories. Loved him so much and he'll be forever missed.. Betty (oldest sister)
Mrs. Hancock, Lee, Doug,Tammie......I am so sorry for your loss. Mr.Hancock was a wonderful man. I remember him fondly from our times at Lone Hill, where our families grew up together. God be with you as your mourn his passing and celebrate the awesome Godly man he was. Praise God that one day we will all be together again someday
Lee was a leader of men. When I was in my early years transitioning from teen to man (I'm 56 now), he was a great model for the working man. He took time to coach my swing with a hammer. He had a quiet and humble way of commanding respect with respect. His model of leadership still impacts how I lead men now as a pastor these last 33 years in my chosen field as a "builder".
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