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Douglas Lee

March 16, 1941 - February 1, 2017

Douglas Lee: March 16, 1941 - February 1, 2017

Service Date: February 4, 2017

Funeral Home Ottawa - Westboro Chapel

Posted by:
Keith Billings

Posted on:
February 5, 2017

We are sadden to hear Uncle Doug has passes away. Valerie and I wish you and the family all the best in such a difficult time. Love Keith

Posted by:
Doug McDonald

Posted on:
February 5, 2017

Dear Shani (Pudding, Sugs, Big Girl Needs A Girdle, etc etc), Keaton, Helen and Family. I am very sorry for your loss. Know that you are in my thoughts and may you hold fond memories of your time together. He says.....Do not stand at my grave and forever weep, I am not there, I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow, I am the diamond glints on Winter's snow, I am the sunlight on ripened grain, I am the gentle Autumn's rain. When you awaken in the mornings hush, I am the sweet uplifting rush of quiet birds in circled flight, I am the soft stars that shine at night. Do not stand at my grave and forever cry, I am not there, I chose not to say goodbye. Doug McDonald WORD

Posted by:
Maureen Hampton

Posted on:
February 4, 2017

Dear Erin, Deb, Joshua and Emily, Our deepest sympathy for the loss of your Father and Gramdfather, from our family to yours. Maureen, Stephen and Michael

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
February 4, 2017

Aunt Helen and my Cousins So sorry to hear the news. My deepest condolences to all. The world has lost a great artist and connoisseur of music. We'll miss you Uncle Doug.

Posted by:
Lynne and Stacey

Posted on:
February 4, 2017

We are truly saddened at the news but have fond memories that help ease the sadness. I remember visiting Po and Aunts and Uncles at 8 Stanley. We'd go to the CNE where Uncle Doug always won a stuffed animal at the games. Memories like this from many years ago bring smiles to my face-and tears. We are fortunate to have a sketch of my grandmother Bessie that Uncle Doug did years ago for my mom. The story behind the sketch still makes me smile! We are thinking of you Aunt Helen, Erin, Shani and Amanda. Take care Uncle and know that you are loved.

Posted by:
Moe Stella

Posted on:
February 4, 2017

To My Dear Lee family: Since my childhood, Doug spent hours teaching me about cooking, music, art, and life. He welcomed me into his home, heart, and family, just as you all did. Doug, you and your family have enriched my life more than you will ever know. I will remember you for all of my days, with the loving fondness a child has for his mentor. I regret that circumstances did not allow for me to be with you all at this time. I love you always, Moe

Posted by:
The Stella Family

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Dear Lee Family, Please accept our sincere condolences. May you find comfort in the memories of the good times you shared with Mr. Lee, and in the fact that he is now in a peaceful place! Love, The Stella Family

Posted by:
Brian

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Mae and "Mr REUNION MAN" Doug

Posted by:
Howard and Theresa Chin

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

"UNCLE DOUGIE", only 3 years older so closer to a 4th brother then uncle. I have fond memories playing together in the sand box with the neighbourhood kids. It was fun calling him Uncle Dougie. In time we dropped the Uncle, Doug said it made him feel old. A great artist(will miss his annual Xmas card) and a "gift of the gab" always remembered,rest in peace Uncle Doug,Howard and Theresa

Posted by:
brian

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

8 Stanley ave

Posted by:
Brian

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Nancy Po and Doug

Posted by:
brian

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Stanley Ave

Posted by:
brian

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Young Doug

Posted by:
Alexandra Morin

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Our heartfelt condolense and love to Helen and the family. Doug brought such joy, happiness and love to Chesterton Drive. Jason and I loved our daily chats with Doug and Dolly,always greated with a smile and a wave. Summer and Louis will miss their cookie treats that they always knew Doug carried in his pocket. Please know that we will keep Doug in our hearts and prayers. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace our friend and neighbour. Love Alexandra and Jason

Posted by:
Pam Walcott

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Aunt Helen and cousins, my deepest condolences. I have many, many memories with Uncle Dougie and I will miss him. I bet they're really going to party now especially when he meets up with Daddy and Uncle Thomas...lol All My Love Your Niece and Cousin Pam xoxoxo

Posted by:
Ralph and Evie

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Helen, our sympathy goes out to you and the Girls. All our Love! Ralph and Evie

Posted by:
Dale and Thomas

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Helen and family;We know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death. They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make. Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories. We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Dale

Posted by:
Brian

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

"Mr Reunion Man" top middle of picture

Posted by:
Ray and Elaine Chin

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Dear Aunt Helen and cousins, we wish to extend our deepest sympathies. We will always remember Uncle Doug's famous Christmas card drawings, and family Christmas gatherings at Po Po's and the Lee reunions. Ray and Elaine Chin

Posted by:
Fiona Pinard

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

My deepest sympathies on your loss. My heart goes out to all of you and I'm keeping you in my thoughts. Sending love, comfort, peace.

Posted by:
Brian

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Erin with Mum and Dad

Posted by:
David and Wendy Chin

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

Dear Aunt Helen and Cousins, Condolences from Wendy and David. Although we haven't seen Uncle Doug in many years, we'll always remember him as the "cool" one of Stanley Ave, always playing music and doing something artsy. For some reason, I can still visualize his hockey equipment in the basement of PoPo's house from the times we would gather for Christmas family dinner....a great memory.

Posted by:
The marcotte-willisons

Posted on:
February 3, 2017

We represent one of the many neighborhood families who loved seeing Doug and Dolly on their walks. Doug was kind, gentle and generous with his dog treats. Our daughter loved petting Dolly when she'd walk by our house. Many people in the neighborhood will feel the loss without the two of them around. Our thoughts and love are with your family during this time.

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