we were very sorry to hear of lee's passing. he always seemed to have time to talk to or help any one or organization. he did this manny times overthe years and never got credit for much of it or asked for any credit. he will be missed by many people.
Aunt Tibbie and Cousins,
So sorry to hear about Uncle Lee's passing. He was an amazing man who I will miss. jerry and I are so glad we had the opportunity to take him to breakfast the last time we visited. We will never forget his "tree Lickings." Love to all, Karen & Jerry Jaskowski Mesa, Arizona
Terry,Ruth & Mary--so sorry that your Dad has passed away--the one time I did see him downtown @ music on main-he was sooo funny--I enjoyed that..was going to come today but this weather has hindered me..hope all goes well and Terry/Ruth you get back to FLA OK--my thoughts/prayers are with you all
My Sympathy to Tibbie and family. I was lucky enough to work with Lee for a couple of years. He was a compassionate, funny, hard working person that always made every one welcome. He was one of the few people that I have known that lived life to it's fullest. He will be missed.
Sorry to hear about Lee's passing. I have not seen Lee in years, but being associated with the Bohn/Matenaer family tree as neighbor/friend and Matenaer's DX,I have always kept memories of the family. In the 70's and maybe the early 80's, I frequently would have contact with Lee while he was involved with WBFD. As with so many in that generation, I will remember him as having many great qualities on conducting his life and being a part of the people around him.