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Condolence From: Billy White
Condolence: When I was first introduced to H.K. at Larkins back in the day, he replied to me, please call me "Hong Kong". He had a great sense of humor and will be sorely missed.
Tuesday February 06, 2018
Condolence From: Sarah Coleman
Condolence: I remember when Mr. Lee was my employer at the Vocational Center in the 80's. He taught us to strive to leave the world better than it was before we got there. I think he certainly did that wherever he went. I am so sorry to here of his passing.
Thursday January 25, 2018
Condolence From: Jerry and Marilyn Mayhew
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear of the passing of H.K. I was proud to know him as a friend and colleague. I always enjoyed socializing or dealing with issues of importance in the developmental disabilities field with him. I especially enjoyed his sharing of his favorite restaurants and food. Once he and Debby invited us to dinner at the Peking Duck and introduced us to "Hong Kong" won ton and dim sum. He enjoyed demonstrating his knowledge and expertise on Chinese Food. We also enjoyed the socializing and interaction around the AAMR and TCC activities. He will be greatly missed.
Wednesday January 24, 2018
Condolence From: Thomas & Libby Widgeon
Condolence: Sorry For Your Loss!
Wednesday January 24, 2018
Condolence From: Marie Parker
Condolence: As a member of H K's Sunday School class at First Baptist Church in Richmond decades ago,I send sympathy to the family. I remember the time and effort he gave to the individual members of the class.We all appreciated his analysis of the Bible.
I also remember his love of the water and his woodcarving of ducks, his shag dancing and his cooking in the wok. H K will be missed by so many.
Tuesday January 23, 2018
Condolence From: Geoff Edelman
Condolence: In 1971 I was hired as an eighth grade math teacher on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. I had no place to live, and by the way had never taken an education course, but the shore needed teachers, preferably young males. I was replacing an HK Lee, who was moving to another school and another role. So I contacted HK, and he offered me a bed until I could find full time accommodations. I was moving to the shore with several fraternity brothers from Va Tech, so when we did find a home to rent, we adopted HK into our group.

Now so many years later, the experience of knowing him at that formative time in my life is fresh in my memory. He was just a delight to be around. Some may have found a Chinese heritage to be difficult, especially in the relatively closed society of the Eastern Shore, but it was nothing to HK. He always had a smile and he never had a complaint. He was just a life-giving person who was your best friend instantly.

We'll all miss him, but we are all the better for having known him. Rest in peace, my good friend.
Tuesday January 23, 2018
Condolence From: Fred Orelove
Condolence: I was sad to learn this morning of H.K.'s death. I worked with H.K. in the early to mid '90's when he was at DMHMRSAS and I was at the Virginia Institute for Developmental Disabilities (now the Partnership for People with Disabilities). We worked together on the Waves of the Future Conference, and it was then that I got to know H.K. as a smart, warm, funny, and out-going person. I still recall the story he told of the time he beat an unjust speeding ticket he received in a rural area. He relished telling it in great detail, including the way in which the prosecuting attorney and police officer backed down in the face of H.K.'s investigation into the local traffic laws. I will always think of H.K. with a smile and with appreciation for his strong advocacy on behalf of people who were disempowered.
Sunday January 21, 2018
Condolence From: Susan Dunn
Condolence: I've known "Junior Lee" since 5th grade at Hillandale Elementary. In fact, the last time he called me - probably a year ago - he said "This is Junior Lee, can Sue come out and play?" He was an amazing friend with such a contagious smile, one could not help but love him. Then, it was H.K. and finally just H.No matter - it was always the same sweet, happy, helpful FRIEND - one that came to my Mother's memorial service, after I'd attended his Dad's. Friends that go back that far always hold on to such a unique prospective - that words can not explain.
Wish I could be there for him this time - but I've a broken foot (the night before my Dad's funeral)and am still off tilt. Will write later to you Debby with lots of stories and may even send you some of our correspondence over the years. Hugs and lots of love, Susan Dunn
thru the years.
Sunday January 21, 2018
Condolence From: Donna & Keith Abernathy
Condolence: We are so fortunate to have had our lives. His wonderfully upbeat demeanor was truly infectious! He was a joy to all the members of the NVA Shag Club, especially the ladies. You could not dance with him without palpably feeling his joy, especially as he demonstrated his signature "bow and sweep move" -- delightful!
To Debbie and H.K.'s family we express our deep sadness at his passing. But aren't we lucky to have known his smile and felt his kindness and love?
H.K. will never be "gone" to me. He is my once in a lifetime and forever friend. And his goodness and loving nature will be alive in me always.
Sunday January 21, 2018
Condolence From: Lyle Brown
Condolence: HK and I were pledge brothers together at Randolph-Macon and he, of course, became our fraternity president. He was a wonderful and caring man who was loved and respected by all his brothers. I will miss him and am only sorry that I did not keep up with him through the years. My sympathies to all his family.
Friday January 19, 2018
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