Thank you to the Lee Family for my childhood market - Red Cart. When Longs was built on that lot, my Mom would not shop there. Warmest Aloha,
Wilbur was a great guy! I worked my way through college at Red Cart Market for the last four years it was in Mill Valley. I had many interesting conversations with Wilbur and I respected him a lot. I will never forget him, the store and everyone there. I made many friends and had many good times there. We all worked hard and played hard too at Red Cart.
Hey Wilbur, where's the peeps?!
I met Wilbur at Red Cart Market in the 70's when I was a teenager and he was such a nice man then and had such a great grocery store. When he went on to start all the Pet Club's my family and I shopped there too and continue to do so.
Thank you Wilbur for being such a hard working, kind man. You will not be forgotten. RIP kind sir and your family will be in our thoughts.
My Mother, Mary Diederich loved Wilbur and considered him her friend.
Mr. Lee You will be missed. Thank you for helping bring Mill Valley a great market. Rest in peace.
Wilbur was a great, hardworking guy!
Godspeed Wilbur. Thank you for all the memories of Red Cart Market
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Mr. Lee was such a kind and caring man with a wonderful sense of humor. I worked in Corte Madera and would see him and his wife and children. Many blessings to them.
My heartfelt condolences...
Wilber was a really nice guy. I knew him at the Red Cart Market, and later on when he opened his first Pet Club store. I always enjoyed chatting with him, because he was so pleasant. I know that his employees enjoyed working for him, too, because you could tell that he was a fair man. I'm so sorry that he had all these health problems over the past several years. I really missed him when he stopped coming to the store. I know that everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him feels a deep loss. Rest in peace, Wilbur.