Fred Lee

Orlando, Florida


Orlando, Florida


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Lee, Fred , adored husband, father, brother and beloved friend, passed away at home surrounded by family on March 26, 2017. Fred was born in Kunming, China to missionary parents who were also born in China, of missionary parents and preceded in death by his son Lorin and first wife...

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I met Mr. Lee when I was an LPN student at Florida hospital school of Nursing, his wife Aura Lee was my Director of the Nursing school . Aura's eyes sparkled when she spoke of her Husband and when you saw them together it was pure love. Mr. Lee was an inspiration to all. May you R.I.P.

I met Fred and his lovely sweet wife, Aura, approximately three years before he wrote his book. My husband, John Mestan, played tennis with Fred two to three times a week. Aura and Fred had a party at their condo where I met them for the first time along with some of their many friends.
I loved them both immediately and we started doing more things together like going to movies, getting together at each others' places and eating out, especially at Season's 52. They were both movie...

Mr Lee was my history teacher at LSA my junior year. He was passionate and caring when it came to his students. He made the subject of history come alive. See you in Heaven!

Mr Lee was my teacher at LSA. I just smile when I recall how kind and fair he was. His smile was contagious and he was a passionate teacher. RIP dear Mr. Lee.
Melissa Fisher Kimble.

I have such fond memories of Mr. Lee as my teacher at La Sierra Academy!! Condolences to his family!

Sincere condolences to the family.
Fred will be missed, admired and always loved.

- La Sierra Academy

Dear friends/family: It is with a genuine sense of sorrow that I read about the death of your beloved Fred. I met him at a seminar in Minneapolis several years ago, was and continue to be greatly influenced by his compassion and vision for how a hospital or other health care organization should operate, reminding us that courtesy trumps efficiency all day long. He has truly shaped the way a hospice in the Twin Cities is operating today with great success, due in large part to his influence...

What fond memories I have of Mr. Lee as my teacher at La Sierra Academy. I loved his "Wide mouth frog" joke and he obviously cared for all the students. I had the opportunity to be in touch with him a number of years back and he sent me a signed copy of his book which is a treasured part of my library. The world is missing a wonderful person now! My condolences to his family.

We graduated together from Pacific Union College in 1962 and shared one year at Monterey Bay Academy. I appreciated his ever present sense of humor and love for China. He will be missed!