Alan-LEE-Obituary

Alan William LEE

Toronto, Ontario

1931 - 2020

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LEE, Alan (Al) William June 7, 1931 - June 13, 2020 Al left us today to be with Glenys, his "one and only". He will be missed by Brenda (Bill), Adam (Sharon) and Melissa; by his grandchildren, Abigail, Taylor, Liam, Gillian and Shanyne (Patty); by his great-grandson Wallace; by his two sisters,...

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My condelnaece to Al's family . Al was a great gentleman I liked to sit a talk to Al from time to time at the club he was a quite man and loove to laugh , bye Al I am going to miss you.

We are so saddened to hear of the passing of Al. Please accept our
deepest condolences for your loss. Al was an exceptional bridge player and a member of the Cliffcrest Bridge Club for over 40 years. He was always a competitor but always a gentleman. He also enjoyed the Marathon weekends of Bridge at Ed's cottage for many years. We will miss him.

Al was a true gentleman, and was always seen with a smile on his face. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him, especially his fellow Tam Heather Venerables curlers!

I am so sorry to hear this news - "Big Al" was a true gentleman and he will be missed at Tam Heather Curling Club. I have only known Al for about 10 years at the club, and we played golf together for the last five years or so in the annual Venerables' Golf Tournament (he was a good golfer).

Our condolences to the family on behalf of the Tam Heather Venerables Curling Club. Al will be missed by the Venerables. His presence was missed this year except for his monthly lunch visits when he came to talk with is curling buddies. Al was a great skip who was kind, courteous, and thoughtful while skipping or while playing bridge and euchre. We all loved playing ant team that Al played on. He served on the Board of Directors as the President and volunteered for many other key positions...

True gentleman and great bowler!! I hope you get to bowl your 300 game in heaven. you will be missed but never forgotten Sue Medeiros

I knew Al from the Scottish Country Dancing. Enjoyed dancing with Glenys and Al at Scarborough for many years, and more recently having lunch with Al at the Mandarin.
Sincerely Elza Dillon

We knew Al and his family from Scarborough Road. My late husband Don knew Al from School and from sports. My condolences to the family.
Sincerely Marlene Lee

Sorry to hear of Al's passing and I offer my sincere condolences to you Brenda and other family members. I know that many members of the Venerables Curling Club will remember him. The Venerables will ring their bell for him in April of 2021 at the Remberance ceremony.