God called buck to his eternal home on Tuesday, March 27, 2001. He went quietly in his sleep. Buck was at peace with his Lord and was ready for his journey.
        George accepted Christ as his personal Saviour at an early age and was baptized into the fellowship of Hollywood Baptist Church where his membership remained.
        George E. Lee was born on May 6, 1933 in Powhatan County, Virginia to the late Charles and Queen Freeman Lee. He spent much of his time helping his family to support their Mother and Father. George exercised his hobby as a Gardener in the Windsor Farm area for many years at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Parrish until their death. George continued enjoying gardening for their daughter, Madeline, and gained additional employment with Dr. Austin b. Harrelson. George worked for Richmond foundry for thirty-two until they closed. He was then employed with the O.K. Foundry from February 10, 1986 until his passing.
        George put the work of his church first in his life and gave all credit to God our Father above. He was a Trustee and a member of the Mass choir and he worked to beautify the church. George was a member of the Masonic Lodge-Shining Light # 272, an active member of the Powhatan County Fair Association and was involved citizen in his community in which he lived. He had many, many friends and was loved by all.
        George Egbert Lee leaves to cherish his memory his brothers, Robert A. Lee and his wife Gladys, Charles C. Lee and his wife Mary of Powhatan, VA, Maurice G. Lee and his devoted friend Ruby H. Turner of Goochland, VA; one sister, Mildred D. Lee of Powhatan, VA; two nieces, Joyce Lee-McAllister and Lynette Booker of Powhatan, VA; six nephews, Larry S. Lee, Robert A. Lee, Jr., and his wife Kimberly, Brian C. Lee and his wife Sonja of Chesterfield, VA, Charles E. Lee. Criddleton E. Lee and Gregory B. Lee of Powhatan, VA; great nieces, Ikeisha L. McAllister, Calendara Allen, Lauren N. Lee and Kayla S. Lee, Amber M. Booker; great nephews, Issac McAllister, Jr., Desmon Booker and Austin Lee; cousins, Clinton N. Hewitt and his wife Mary of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Channie Hewitt Johnson and her husband Reverend Revell Hicks of Powhatan, VA and many other cousins, relatives and friends. He has also left behind two devoted friends, Ms. Evelyn Wooldrige and Ms. Ruth Brown.

God saw you were getting weary
So He did what He thought best
He came and stood beside you
And whispered, “Come and Rest.”
you bid no one a last farewell
not even a good-bye.
you were gone before we knew it
And only GOD knows why.

Lovingly Submitted, The Family

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