Joe  Lee
Joe Lee of Weatherford passed away on March 14, 2020. Joe walked his faith in service to others. He willed his body to UT Southwestern Medical Center, seeing this his last chance to help someone.
Joe was born April 25, 1928 in Perrin, Texas to Charles and Ruby Lloyd Lee. In 1953, he married Anne Robinson and they spent 56 years together before she passed away in 2009.
Joe was always proud to be an American and served his country during the Korean war. After his service in the Army, he spent 45 years in the telecommunication industry.
Joe volunteered in many capacities for over 60 years. After retirement in Weatherford he spent many hours volunteering at Habitat For Humanity, Weatherford Hospital, Manna Storehouse, and Central Christian Church.
Joe was preceded in death by his parents, and brothers Quincy Lee, and Kenneth Lee.
Joe is survived by son, Mark Lee (Stephanie) and daughter Elice Lee (Steven Woodard), three grandchildren, Terry Lishka (Crystie), Olivia Tayler (Bobby), Audra Warren (Jeremi), four great-grandchildren, as well as many nieces and nephews.
A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Joe leaves a legacy of love, faith, and service to others for us all to follow. Memorials can be made by taking up his walk or to a charity of your choice.
Published on March 16, 2020


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Earl and Twana Connors
Mar 24, 2020
Joe and Anne Lee were both very special friends to my parents, Norvin and Clara Wright. When my parent's health failed, both Joe and Anne were there to visit and show their support, including both of them driving to the hospital in Ft. Worth late at night to check on my mother who had a stroke. They probably should not have been driving at night, but nothing would stop them when someone was in need. After Anne passed, Joe continued to bring communion to my homebound parents and visit and attend birthday parties and gatherings we would have at my parent's home. A true servant of our Lord, Joe was an amazing man who will never know how much his visits meant to my parents. I know he is now... in the arms of Jesus celebrating. May God bless your family during this time of loss. Earl and Twana ConnorsRead more
Daniel Riehm
Mar 23, 2020
I knew Joe as a volunteer at Manna and as a neighbor. He was always a dedicated volunteer, a helpful neighbor, and a true gentleman. He is missed by every person he touched.
Becky Powell
Mar 22, 2020
Joe was an amazing person. Working with him at Manna was a joy.
Nancy Wester
Mar 17, 2020
I met Joe a few years ago through Central Christian Church while helping with meals on Wednesday nights. He had such a kind and loving soul to be around. We started a card group too, so I was able to enjoy more of his stories and his life for several months. I will miss him and his smile.
Jill Harper
Mar 17, 2020
Such a wonderful sweet kind man. He will be greatly missed
Gary Swanson
Mar 16, 2020
Proud to have known Joe at Manna! Really nice man!
Jill mitchell
Mar 16, 2020
Joe and anne brought vegetables to my mother and dad for years. They came to the hospital when my mother was very ill. I love both of them!!!