Lee you are missed greatly. It's been 7 months since you joined your family in heaven. There isn't a day that goes by that we don't think about you. We might be eating peanut butter, fishing, watching any sporting event or enjoying a glass of whiskey. I appreciated all the Christmases you made us daughter in laws feel special by giving us a piece of jewelry that you picked out yourself. You had a great smile and a wonderful sense of humor. You hated being late and got very nervous if anyone was doing something that might be considered unsafe! We are all trying to make you proud. Keep watching over us and smiling down upon us. Love you xo!
Grandpa Lee, You set a great example for your family. I am truly grateful for the time I was able to spend with you and the lessons you passed to me. It has been a little over two months since your passing and I see constant reminders of you in my life. I know you are finally at peace and our family gained a guardian angel, which gives me the strength to move forward. I love and miss you. Your grandson, Michael Sisler
It's almost been a month without you here & already so much has changed. I know that you are looking down on us all & are very proud of us just as we were to call you Grandpa.
I will never eat peanut butter without thinking of you. Green trucks, University of Texas orange, 3M, fishing, hunting, washers, "scorpion sticks", roses, & anything having to do with the state of Texas, are just a few things that will always trigger your memory in my mind.
Grandma tried to give us a Texas handshake when we left your house - we told her she needs to work on her timing as she came running out the door when we were already half way up the hill driving away :)I am sure you were laughing up in Heaven.
Thank you for being an amazing Grandpa and a wonderful person in general.
Love & Miss you,
Lee was a good husband and father and always provided well for his family. I will miss his kind heart, special family gatherings,and drives through the TX bluebonnets. I am so happy that I had the opportunity to visit just recently. Rest in peace and God bless you.
One more thing. Uncle Lee, I will always miss the old days as it was the best with 2 great families and 6 boys that weren't so bad either. I know we all looked forward to the holidays so we could be together and drive grandpa nuts, literally. Love you Uncle.
P.S. Dad says hi, thanks for the Canada trips