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December 05, 2019

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December 05, 2019

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December 4, 2019
Lee was Scoutmaster, along with Sam Teague, of our Boy Scout troop at Trinity Methodist Church in the 1950's. A great man! My fondest memory is of a canoe camping trip on the Withlacoochee/Suwannee River over Thanksgiving weekend. We beached on a sandbar and cooked our Thanksgiving meal. Lee and Sam's canoe hit a rock in the rapids and got a hole in it, so they split up and let the Scouts paddle them down the river. Fond memories! RIP Lee.
December 2, 2019
My condolences to all of the Everhart family. Mike Knowles
December 1, 2019
Lee Ann and Susan,
Frequently when I see an extra large glass sitting with smaller ones I remember: my Mom, Fran Robison, kept an extra large glass on the shelf at the river place for Lee. No one else was allowed to use it.
We will join those of the "cook out crowd" who have gone to be with our Father in heaven in a blink of an eye on his time line.
Praying for you to have peace as you walk these next days.
Lise Robison
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