Joan Elaine Lee

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5/6/31 – 4/19/20

On April 19th Joan Elaine Lee 88, passed away peacefully and entered into the presence of his Lord and Savior where she will join her loving husband of 61 years, Eugene Clifton Lee. Joan Connor was born and raised in Racine Wisconsin along with her younger brother Ralph. She met Gene Lee while he was an Air Force pilot stationed in Madison Wisconsin. They eventually settled in Atlanta and raised three sons. Joan will be remembered for her abiding faith and deep compassion for others. She was a joyous force of nature, bringing smiles and laughter to every life she touched. She is survived by son Scott (Kay) Lee, grandchildren Austin (Erin), Alan (Carlye); son Curtis (Lori) Lee, grandchildren Grace, Cameron; son Kevin Lee, grandchildren with Cindy, Daniel, Matthew and Kelly as well as many other extended family members and countless friends. While she will be dearly missed, Joan lived a joyful life and leaves “a goodly heritage” that lives on in the hearts of all those who knew her.

3 Comments To "Joan Elaine Lee"

Karen Hiller On May 01 2020 at 5pm
I just learned of Joan's passing and my heart goes out to her family. I only met Joan two years ago while playing Bingo at Addington. The minute she learned I was originally from Wisconsin, she wanted to talk to me!! I came to visit her several times and thoroughly enjoyed each of our visits and talking about Wisc! My heart aches and I will miss our talks, but know she is with her husband and free of any pain in a better place. Reply to this comment
Marietta Burgess On Apr 26 2020 at 2pm
Joan was such a inspiring and devoted deciple of Christ. She lived her faith. The last time I visited her, with that sunshine smile of hers, she wanted to help me not me help her. Bless her, she is home with her Savior now. Reply to this comment
John and Betty Rhodes On Apr 26 2020 at 2pm
To Scott, Curtis, Kevin and families. Your Mother will truly be missed. She was quite a lady and oh what a memory. She always remembered the smallest details about a person. Our deepest sympathy and prays go out to you. Reply to this comment
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