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August 20, 2019

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August 18, 2019
Lee was an ace government investigator, poker player extraordinaire, master and teacher of dance, and the most decent, honest, and kind-hearted person you could ever hope to know, It is not very often that someone possesses all of these qualities, but Lee did. When I worked with him we all thought of him as kind of the gold standard. He still is kind of the gold standard. He had the good fortune to marry the love of his life and to Barbara I extend my deepest condolences on her loss. Lee was such a great guy. I will miss him, as will many others.
August 11, 2019
I worked with both Lee and Barbara as investigators for the U.S. Department of Labor. Those two were as great of a one two punch as the local Seattle Office had. Eventually Barbara decided to go to the private sector and did she ever shine there as well. Lee stayed with the Government. He was undoubtedly the Heavyweight Champion of Agency Investigators literally on a national basis. He was the first recipient of the John A. Lemay Award due to this excellence. Lee constantly informed us of Barbara's exploits at Starbucks and about Kathy's prowess at the IRS. And after his retirement, he'd tell of hikes where elks were seen and of taking his granddaughter with him. Lee was like a big brother to me. There was never a doubt of that bond. I believe that he was the single most honest man I know. He wanted to be real. Whatever his opinion was it was virtually always based on a search for truth. That's a wonderful lesson to have been taught. Thank you, Lee.
August 11, 2019
Barb, Michael and I think fondly of the Christmas dinner spent with you and Lee. We were so lucky to have you and Lee with us. Remember Kylie was a young baby. Lots of love xx
August 11, 2019
Barbara, you had a wonderful life together. I send my sincere blessings to you
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