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Robert Lee

Robert E Lee

Sunday, January 16th, 1938 - Thursday, August 8th, 2019
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Robert E. Lee (Bob), loving and devoted husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and uncle passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Thursday, August 8, 2019. Bob's family meant the world to him and it was evident through his loving support, kind words, and quick wit. Bob and Nancy were married for 60 years. They met at an early age, living down the street from one another and were lifelong friends and a loving couple ever since. In addition to his wife, Nancy (Bourque) Lee, Bob is survived by six daughters, Robin Mayo and her husband, Mike of Enfield, Laurie Roberts of Windsor Locks, Mary Ellen Jordon and her husband, Bill of Suffield, Brenda Kaselouskas and her husband, John of Enfield, Katie Collazo and Sal Dalfonso of Tolland, and Tricia Dow and her husband, Andrew of Enfield; grandchildren, Michael and Seth Conway, Neil Roberts, Kristin Hargreaves, Jessica and Nicholas Jordon, Erica, Kaitlyn, and Kevin Kaselouskas, Rob and Erin Dow and Kara, Benjamin and Alyssa Collazo; and seven great-grandchildren. Bob was predeceased by his parents, George and Grace (Hebert) Lee; six brothers, Clayton, Milton, William, Alton, Austin, and Eugene Lee; and three sisters, Hazel Debell, Elizabeth Ridel, and Shirley Neimann. Bob also leaves a special nephew, David Lee of Clinton, CT, who was like a brother to him. He enjoyed their hunting excursions to the shack in Vermont. Bob lived a good life with many wonderful memories of the "shack" in Vermont where his mother was born and his girls spent many summers, trips to Maine and Florida and camping with his grandchildren were many of his favorite activities. The family would like to send a special thank you to the staff at Johnson Memorial Hospital and especially to the ER nurse Danielle, the 2nd floor staff and Kathy in the ICU. Their kindness and compassion was very comforting and much appreciated. Services and burial will be held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to St. Jude Children's Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105. To leave online condolences please visit www.leetestevens.com
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Deb Dwyer

Posted at 12:20pm
I am so sorry....My prayers are with you all.
BK

Beth Kaselouskas

Posted at 11:30am
So sorry for all of your loss. He was always so pleasant and kind, with a gentle demeanor. It was obvious he was a great father and husband, and raised such a nice family. Enjoy the memories... Love, Mike and Beth Kaz
JN

Jack Nelson

Posted at 03:46pm
My deepest sympathy to all the Lee family Jack Nelson
DL

David Lee

Posted at 03:01pm
Rest in peace my brother, with sadness in my heart I say goodbye. You are the Brother I never had, I can remember, like yesterday, the day we bonded, you were 16 and I was 8, we were at the Shack and you were teaching me to shoot a slingshot. From there our bond grew and here we are 65 years later and I am saying goodbye. We have shared so many good times I can't list here, it would take me forever but I will hold them in my heart for the rest of my life until we meet again. I remember how excited you were to get your first deer, so happy I was with you, it was quite a moment and of course followed by a nap LOL. I will miss the dailey chats and the spring and fall hunting trips, don't know what I will do without you on the other end of the radio and the fireside chats, but God had another mission for you and I respect that. So thanks Brother, it has been a good run. May your next mission be as successful as your last.
Love ya Bubba (what the heck ever happened to that video? That was so much fun)
Your Brother forever
Dave
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