Lee James Bolz
1984 - 2020
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Lee James Bolz
On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, the world lost a beautiful soul and genuine human being. Lee James Bolz was born on August 9, 1984 and from the day he was born his existence was defined by making those around him smile and laugh.
Lee attended Bethel Public Schools from Kindergarten through twelfth grade. He graduated from BHS in 2002. He went on to excel at UCONN. Lee was a paralegal working for a law firm in Armonk, NY.
Lee is survived by his parents Jim and Alyssa Bolz (Bethel, CT), sister and brother-in-law Amanda and Chris Hayes (Sandy Hook, CT), brother Greg Bolz (Bethel, CT), and his niece, Carly Hayes. He will always hold a special place in his beloved Mema's heart. Lee will always be remembered fondly by his chosen family Alex and Megan Morley (Coventry, CT) and their daughter Elizabeth. He will be deeply missed by his Uncle Don and Aunt Karen Bolz (Wappingers, NY), Uncle Neal Goldstein and Aunt Diane Green (Long Beach, NY), Aunt Nancy and Uncle Jeff Frisina (Suwanee, GA), Aunt Bobbi and Uncle Steve Gutman (NYC) and many beloved cousins and friends.
Lee was the most selfless person and cared so much for the happiness and well-being of others. When Greg was born and Lee was just seven years old, Lee would take him out of his crib, make him a bottle, and feed him while watching Saturday morning cartoons to let his parents get some sleep.
Lee was an amazing chef and had a true love for cooking. He would never pass on an opportunity to go fishing and loved the open water. It was always an added bonus and benefit for those around him when he would cook his catch for others to enjoy.
Lee was one of those people that always had perfectly timed one-liners. He never missed a "that's what she said" opportunity, even when he wasn't part of the conversation. We will all miss his wit and sense of humor.
At this time no services are being planned. Lee's ashes will be buried with his Great Grandparents and spread in the waters where he loved to fish. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Lee's name to C. A. S. T. for kids. (https://castforkids.networkforgood.com/projects/56352-c-a-s-t-for-kids-donations)
May his lines always be tight and he have the wind at his back.
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Published in Danbury News Times on Jul. 11, 2020.
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July 11, 2020
Lee was so friendly and kind. We will always remember his beautiful smile!
Ada & Eddie
July 11, 2020
Alyssa, Jim, Amanda, and Greg,
Words can not express the sadness we feel at Lee's passing. He was a wonderful, happy person, right from the beginning on the Bethel Little League Baseball fields, where we all grew close to him, and you.
Our sincerest hopes for you to see Lee's bright light, at this most difficult time.
The DeRubertis Family❤
Barbara DeRubertis
July 11, 2020
There are no words and we are so very sorry.
Brian and Kerry Cleary
Brian and Kery Cleary
July 11, 2020
Lee was such a kind hearted, thoughtful friend who was always there for you. He loved spending time with his family and friends and made every activity more enjoyable. I have so many great memories of him and he will be sorely missed. Love ya buddy, R.I.P.
Bob Pinella
July 11, 2020
I worked with Lee for about two years. He was my supervisor. From the moment I stepped into that office, until my last day, he was the kindest, selfless, and funniest. He always helped, no matter how much was on his plate. Whenever we had potlucks at work, he would always come through with the best buffalo chicken dip EVER. We would always demand it! When I was pregnant, he gave me a separate batch, so I can have it for myself, lol. Everything he cooked was bomb! He was one of a kind. We could go from talking about Game of Thrones to Jersey shore in a matter of seconds. Although I left that office almost a year ago, we would still keep in contact via group text. It is heartbreaking that I wont be receiving any more funny messages from him. The world needs more people like Lee. He will be missed!
Francis Ramos
July 11, 2020
My brother, Lee, and I used to work on our cars in our driveway in high school. He was always smiling and probably thought me and my brother were idiots, but was always great to have around. He will surely me missed. With love, Doug
Doug Freitag
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