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Lee Ray Lineberry

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

Dec 8, 1924 – Jan 1, 2013

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Our family is very saddened to hear of the passing of Lee Ray. Our thoughts & prayers are with you.

We are saddened at Lee Ray's death. Greatly enjoyed Le Ray at the Postal Svc. Always a clear mind and sound judgement. Kept up with he and Daniel after retirement to New Castle.

I am so sorry for your loss. I know he was such an important part of your life. God rest his soul. You and your family will be in my prayers.

Lee I am so very sorry to hear about you father's passing. I know he meant the world to you and your family. Please take comfort in knowing he has a loving family waiting for him in heaven. I'm sure he is anxious to be with his loving wife, Son and his parents.

To the Family and Jewell,
Lee Ray was one of the most special & sweetest men I have ever know in my life always smiling, laughing & hugging us. His tall presence was always know and after Mr. Lockard & my Dad died it felt like he took their place when he was always there for Cara & Taylor's birthday parties, etc. for everyone. He is truly in peace & finally at rest now with his Heavenly Father. We will always remember you Lee Ray-you were so greatly loved & you...

I just heard the news about your dad. He was truly like a second father to me and I will always cherish the memories that we had growing up on Goodwin Avenue. He was a special man who served his God, Family and Country.... I know you are proud to have had him as your dad. Please know that the entire family is in our prayers.

We were sorry to hear about Lee Ray's passing. He was always such a friendly man to everyone! I'll always remember the Lineberry family reunions in Woodlawn, and how he always came with his family.
Lee, June, & Jewel, we'll keep you all in our prayers. Love, Tammy (Quesenberry) Smith, Doug, Phillip, & Patrick; Norma and Olen Quesenberry

I was so sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. We always enjoyed seeing him out and never once did he fail to have a kind word of encouragement no matter what was going on. He was a man who loved his family and friends and God. I know he is in good hands and is watching over his family still. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you now.

Lee & Annette I consider you my family, my heart is so heavy and I wish I could remove your grief. Lee I never one time saw your father's face without a smile being there for me. I am here, a phone call, a text, a facebook or an email away from you. I am so so saddened by your loss. Your dad was tired and it's time for him to rest. With much much love, Robin Atkins & Ed Thompson


Lee's Obituaries

Lee Ray Lineberry, 88, of Salem, passed away on Tuesday, January 1, 2013. He was born on December 8, 1924 to the late Louis A. and Bessie B. Lineberry. Lee Ray was a proud WWII veteran having served in the U.S. Army. He was a member of Salem Baptist Church for over 73 years where he was...

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