Billy C. Lee

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Billy C. Lee, age 72.  Sunrise April 6, 1944 in Autuagaville, AL and Sunset May 15, 2016  at Grant Medical Center in Columbus, OH.  Billy was a U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran and owner of Quality Home Improvement.  He was preceded in death by his parents Lula Bell (Motley) and Curtis Lee Sr., son Alfonso Seabon, brother Curtis Lee Jr., and sisters Mary Broadnax and Aggie Bethel. Left to cherish his memory wife Annette L. Lee, sons Tony (Jamie) Lee, Billy Burrell and Brandon Burrell, daughters Melinda A. (Sevonne) Green, Angie (Steven) Johnson, Patricia A. (Tony) McNeal, Sarah R. (Stefan) Alexander, and LaToyia L. Bell, sisters Carolyn (Larry) Butler and Myrtle Pasley and a host of grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.  Visitation 9:00am and Funeral 10:00am Saturday May 21, 2016 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE 2500 Cleveland Ave.  Interment with Military Honors at Eastlawn Cemetery.

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Condolence Messages

  1. To: The Lee Family.
    I am sorry for your lost. May you find comfort in God’s Word the Bible. Jesus said: At John 6:40 For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who recognizes the Son and exercises faith in him should have everlasting life, and I will resurrect him on the last day.
    May the hope in this Scripture bring you comfort and strength to endure the difficult days ahead. Please visit jw.org.

  2. Annie P. Scott

    To the Family:

    Sending my prayers and love in your behalf. Jelly will be greatly missed. We will always cherish the laughs and reminiscing about the good old days. We can all gain strength in knowing him as a man that did not let anything get him down. When you start to feel down just remember his smiling face.

  3. Katie Pernell

    So sorry for your loss, Melinda. Your family is in my prayers.

  4. The Campbell Family

    To the Family, I wish you nothing but peace, and strength, and our condolences.

  5. Herb Guyer-Sharfenaker USMC

    God Bless/RIP. A heartfelt Thank YOU, Billy for your service in The United States Army in The Vietnam War………….. And Semper Fi.

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