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Robert Edward Lee

Richmond, Virginia

Nov 12, 1942 – Apr 30, 2011


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Woody Funeral Home Parham Obituary

Robert E. Lee, 68, Distinguished Richmond tax attorney, died Saturday, April 30, 2011, his family beside him. He is survived by his beloved wife Judy; his devoted sons, Rob, wife Tracey, Chris, wife, Janna, and Andrew, wife, Lucile; four beloved grandchildren, Joshua, Jessica, Eliza and Julia as...

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I just learned of Bob's passing today. What a great guy he was!!! I just loved him. He was great friends with my parents for such a long time and was super to my mother after my father's passing and a great neighbor and attorney for her as well. I know he will be missed by Judy and the rest, but his memories will live on through everyone. God bless you all.

Julie Corbin Beck

I will always remember how Bob treated his son's extended family as his own. Scott and I were included in family vacations and always made to feel very welcome! Bob had a deep voice that was nice to listen to. Scott liked to talk football (Bob was for the Eagles and Scott was for the Steelers-so that always made for some interesting discussions.)
Our prayers are with you. May God comfort you during this difficult time.

I am with all of you in thought and prayer. Bob was a wonderful friend, neighbor and he will be missed by many, especially me. With love and blessings,

Our love and sincere sympathy to the entire family. May God comfort you, may your wonderful memories sustain you.
Love & Prayers,
Brian, Beverly, Sarah, Keith Martin

Our love to you all. At a time like this we hope that knowing others share and care in your loss can ease some of your burden today. Jaye, Milt, and Lindy

I had the great honor of working with Bob several years ago. His physical presence will sorely be missed. However, the lessons that he taught each and every one of us remain, in the soundtrack of his wise, authoritative voice.

My deep condolences to Bob's family and colleagues.

I knew Bob from St. Martin's and Father Judge schools in Philadelphia. To this day I can remember his quiet and intelligent demeanor. He always seemed to take everything in and act with perfect equilibrium. Rest in Peace

Our hearts are heavy. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Condolences to Judy, Bob's children and his law partners on the loss of a prince of a man. He was a great guy and an excellent tax lawyer. He will have many folks who will be missing him.