Kevin J. Lee

Born: Wed., Nov. 1, 1961
Died: Sun., Apr. 18, 2021


Visitation

2:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Apr. 29, 2021
Location: W.K. Sujkowski & Son Funeral Home


Funeral Service

12:00 PM Fri., Apr. 30, 2021
Location: W.K. Sujkowski


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Kevin Lee, age 59, (AKA Skinya) formerly of Swanton, passed away on April 18, 2021 in Alexandria, Egypt where he currently resided for the past four years.
   He was born on (November 1,1961) to Charles Sr. and Phyllis (Pacynski) Lee in (Toledo, OH). Kevin proudly served his country in the United States Navy for 24 years (1980-2004) active duty and retired in 2004 as one of the finest Chief Petty Officers. He was a proud patriot who loved his country.
   He served in various wars and conflicts througout his career. Military awards include a Navy Commendation medal, 6 Navy achievement Medals, 5 good conduct awards, and numerous others. He worked as a Port Engineer managing the overhaul of Egytian Naval ships, after retirement until his passing. Kevin loved his family, friends, sports, mexican food and his favorite sport of golf.
   Kevin was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Jeffrey and Kenneth; Surviving are siblings, Charles Jr. (Brenda), Therese (David) Skates, Brenda (Amos) Bailey, Thomas (Amy), and Michele Bitikofer;  mother of children, Laurie Lee, Daughters, Triscinny, Quela and son Kevin Jr., Noemi Guerrero and family, nieces, nephews, and many friends.
   Visitation with social distancing will be held on Thursday, April 29th 2-8:00 p.m. at the W.K. Sujkowski & Son Funeral Home, 3838 Airport Hwy. Funeral Services will be held on Friday April 30th, at 12:00 p.m. in the Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Highland Memory Gardens.
   Donations can be made to Chief Petty Scholarship fund in Kevins name.

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brenda gottschalk
   Posted Mon April 26, 2021

Medium Dish Garden was sent by Brenda and Roger South.

Wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow.


Franklin Cook
   Posted Wed April 28, 2021

Spring's Bounty Basket was sent by Franklin Cook.

You were A Shipmate and Dear Friend Rest in Peace my brother, we shall meet again. Franklin Cook, USN BMCS Retired


Jemaral Weaver
   Posted Wed April 28, 2021
RIP my Chief Brother. It was an honor to have met you, work with you and tee it up with you. God Bless you and your family. Fair winds and following seas. You are missed.

Robert Jordan
   Posted Wed April 28, 2021
Rest easy shipmate. We have the watch. You were a fine friend, shipmate and golfing buddy. Miss you greatly.

Fair Winds my friend.

Bryan Forshey
   Posted Wed April 28, 2021
Kevin was a great friend and someone who always someone you could count on, he was a great Chief and carried that with him when he left the Navy, he will long be remembered by his friends and family as someone who lived his life to the fullest, may we all tell stories of his adventures and smile at a life well lived. Rest In Peace my brother, you passing is only eased by the faith that you are someplace better and enjoying golf every day.

Jerry Lebeduik
   Posted Wed April 28, 2021
Fair winds and Following Seas
⚓ 🇺🇸

Jeff Van Deusen
   Posted Wed April 28, 2021
Only Kevin and I will ever know the incredible efforts, struggles, sacrifices, and accomplishments made together. The heights, depths, breadths. The tears, the fears, the cheers... Always there when I needed him most, never had to ask. What mateship is defined by.

You were often part of my greatest of achievements and in my fondest memories old friend, most never seen or known of others.

Jeff Van Deusen
   Posted Wed April 28, 2021
For those of us who remain...

Philippians 4:7

May the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.

Bob Cavalcante
   Posted Thu April 29, 2021
I am so shocked and saddened to hear of Kevin's passing. I only knew Kevin after retirement when we worked together in Egypt. He was a good friend who helped me adapt to the new job and new culture and more importantly he was brother Chief who broke bread many times at our table. He Loved life, Loved the Navy, and Loved teaching others and was often the tough reality check we needed. There is no doubt in my mind that Sailors are alive today because of what Kevin taught them both in and out of the Navy. Prayers for Kevin's soul and for comfort and peace for his beloved family and friends. God bless and Requiescat in Pace, shipmate.


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