Please accept my condolences on the passing of your father. May God embrace you in comfort during this difficult time.
My deepest sympathy ~ Mr. Elsass was my favorite principal. He was a kind and wonderful man who taught me to stand up for myself and not let myself get bullied. Always showed he truly cared for his students.
Lorri, Lowell and Larry, I'm sorry to hear about your dad, but now he's with your mom again. He was my favorite principal of all the ones I worked with in my 30 years of teaching.
Lorri, Lowell and Larry,
So sorry to hear of your loss, but God's gain. Barbara is now reunited with her loved one. May they enjoy Heaven together. Geof and I send our regrets of not being there for the service, but know you are in our prayers
To Lee's Family, The Darke County Retired Teachers send our sympathy to you. We will be honoring Lee in our November Memorial Service.
I'm so sorry for the loss of your Father. I know Tom liked your Dad and your Mom, and enjoyed talking to them. Your Dad use to come into the bank to "pick on me" and I truly enjoyed him.
Janet L. koon
Lorri, Lowell, Larry,
I am sorry of Lee's passing but feel he is in a much better place. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you. God bless.
Lowell, Lorri and Larry, May God hold you and comfort you. You guys were blessed with wonderful parents that will live on in many peoples hearts.
Jill and Ken Lenhart
Lorri, Larry and Lowell,
Lee was my principal when I taught at Longfellow School in Sidney. I loved Lee and felt that he was not the typical administrator. He maintained his "teacher" perspective, understanding what we teachers were going through, and totally supporting our efforts. I will always remember his ornery smile!
My Deepest Sympathy, Lee was my principal at East School when I was a kid and my co-worker at Big Lots.
Pat and I are so sorry to learn of Lee's passing. Lee and I worked many years together when I was Principal at Gettysburg and Woodland Heights and he was at East. Lee was a great person and we shared my laughs. All of you are in our prayers.
We just PRAISE THE LORD that Barb and Lee are together again! They were both very special and deserve their present happiness. I especially have been blessed to have known them both and enjoyed their friendship. Lorrie, Larry, and Lowell...you each have our thoughts and prayers. May you feel our Lord's peace during this time.
I AM SADDENED TO HEAR OF LEE'S DEATH. I WAS VERY FOND OF HIM AND HIS LATE WIFE, BARB. MY SYMPATHY TO ALL FAMILY AND FRIENDS. HE WILL CERTAINLY BE MISSED.
Lee was my baseball coach in Sidney with the Optimist Club team in 1966. A year later he called to wish me well as I headed to Detroit for the Punt, Pass, & Kick. I liked Lee and often wondered where he went after Sidney. I'm sorry we never hooked up and wish the best to his family.