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James Lee Mershon

Williamsburg, Virginia

1943 - 2018

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It is with great sadness and grief, the family of Lee Mershon announces his sudden passing in West Palm Beach, Florida on November 8, 2018. He was born July 20, 1943 in Williamsburg, Virginia to the late Faber and Betty Mershon. Lee attended Achilles School, Gloucester High School, and graduated...

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So sorry to hear of Lee's passing. Pulled him behind my boat several times back in the day.

I am deeply saddened by the news of Lee's passing. The sport of water skiing lost one of our great ones. Lee's accomplishments as a skier, driver, and judge are well known, but Lee was also a great leader in our sport serving on the board of directors, and as an honorary national director. He was instrumental in the roles I went onto within the sport and I am forever grateful. Rest in Peace my friend. You will be missed.

Lee's passing is a great loss to family, friends and the entire water ski community. Lee always had time for others. He will be missed as a friend and ski partner.
The Autore's

So sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences.

Fair winds Coastie, RIP.

Dearest Bonnie and family, We are deeply saddened at the loss of our dear friend Lee. Our deepest sympathy and love goes out to you. Prayers for peace,
Ann and Buddy Lipp

Lewis and I are so sad at Lee's death...we never know when our lives here on earth will end, but we're sad that we've lost our good friend Lee this early in all our lives. We've known him since 1974 at the Virginia Beach tournament at Lake Trashmore and I've driven many a tournament since then with Lee. He was definitely the "driver of choice"...he was so comfortable in the boat and when the skier saw him to be the driver, they always seemed to relax more because they knew he...

Bonnie and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Lee was a great person and always had a smile.i enjoyed watching him ski and he and mike clowning around. He will be missed.