ROBERT J. LEE
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LEE--Robert J., at home on April 16, 2014. Bob was a founder of Lee-Hecht-Harrison, Inc., past president of The Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, NC and active executive coach and co-founder of ICoach. He was a dedicated teacher. Beloved husband of Mary, devoted father of David and Carola Schambach, Andrea and Jerry Carlson, and Mark. Loving grandfather of Rebecca, Orin and Benjamin. He will be dearly missed. Service Sunday, April 20, 2014, 1:15pm at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Donations in his memory would be appreciated to The American Diabetes Association or the American Heart Association.


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Published in New York Times on Apr. 18, 2014.
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May 15, 2014
Dear family
Bob was one of the early founders of ICCI, an institute dedicated to the ongoing professionalism of career coaches through certification. The board of ICCI wish to extend their sincere condolances to Bob's family. We can only imagine how much he will be missed. He was a great leader in our field.
Jutta Konig
Chair ICCI
Jutta Konig
April 25, 2014
My sincere sympathy to the family for the loss of your dear loved one. May you find peace and comfort in Psalms 65:2. Again my deepest sympathy.
April 23, 2014
Bob was a caring, insightful, inspiring, person. He invited you to be "better".
He will be missed!
Tara Seager
April 22, 2014
pamela@palanqueassociates.com
Bob will always be remembered by me as a brilliant practitioner of industrial/organization psychology. When I was a graduate student and emerging professional he took me under his wing and invited me to shadow him on several of his high-end corporate assignments. He took a risk that few other established professionals would take at that time in that I was a woman of color - we were referred to as "numerically rare" corporate consultants back then.
I have had a great career and still in the trade and will dearly miss "dr bob lee".
My sincere sympathies to Bob wonderful wife and all of his great children and grands.
Pamela Palanque North
Pamela Palanque North
April 21, 2014
I sent Bob an email just today as usual asking a question. His gracious assistant replied with this sad sad news. I met Bob in 1978 through my work and he remained a friend all these decades. I send Mary and their wonderful family my deepest condolences from far away.
Elizabeth Hainstock
April 18, 2014
My sincere condolences to the family as we anxiously await the time when"no resident will say I am sick" Isa 33:24; JF
April 18, 2014
Bob was one of a kind. He truly exemplified what it means to live a life of purpose. Bob was my mentor, teacher, and friend. I know that he was that to countless others. He has left an imprint on this world that will be felt for decades to come. Bob, I adore you, loved you dearly, you will be so sorely missed and my heart is broken. My deepest sympathies to his dear wife Mary, family and his closest colleagues at iCoachNY.
Michelle Tenzyk
April 18, 2014
Bob was a kind, smart, dedicated, and giving person who touched people in a way that made us feel special. He was a wealth of knowledge but was always hungry to learn more and share what he learned. As a colleague I was honored to call him my friend. He left a legacy that changed how leaders lead and become better leaders. He changed me and multitudes of others so he lives on each of us. I will miss each time I saw or talked with him.
Lew Stern
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