Lee, Harold Norman

September 22nd, 2020

Peacefully at home, on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, Harold Norman Lee, of London, in his 91st year. Much loved husband of the late Barbara Joan (2005). Dear father of Mark and his companion, Marilyn; Sherry and her husband, Paul. Cherished grandfather of Danial, Andrew (Andrea), Michael, Elizabeth, Jordan, Elijah, and Morgan; great-grandfather of Avery. Cremation has taken place. A private Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Harold are asked to consider a charity of your choice. 

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Pat YakeHarold was a very kind man who I looked forward to Seeing each day at my window in the Tim Hortons drive thru He was always thinking of others and it made my day when I would See his white car entering the parking lot I will miss his smile and morning hello He meant a great deal to All of us here My thoughts are with his family Rest In Peace Harold
Sjouke JukemaI am already missing my good friend Harold. As I reflect on the time that we have known each other, my wife Ruth whom he shared a birthday date with reminded me that we/I have known each other for more than thirty years and probably more, and I would say for the last several years of Tuesdays we would go to Tim's on Wharncliff Rd and have breakfast together. To me it was not surprising that he asked me to take him for hospital appointments and I was glad and honoured to do that for him. I am sad for my loss, for this feels that something has been taken from me, and it is already lonely. Rest in peace Harold, Sjouke
Erin SeabrookI met Harold a few years ago now. He was a patient at the Walk In clinic I work at. He was always bringing us Tim Hortons breakfast when ever he showed up and sometimes just came by to argue as he would say and drop off sausages. Harold had the sweetest And kindest heart ever. I will truly miss Seeing him and having our little chats on life. God has gained a true angel. Harold has left imprints on a lot of lives. What a great kind and kind man.
Gail (Benson) MumfordI first met Harold when I was just a child. He and his wife Barbie would come stay at my parents’ motel in Florida. Throughout the years, he became a staple at our home every (US) Thanksgiving. In 2016, he made the trek out to Colorado to attend my wedding. I have so many wonderful memories of him throughout the years. He was truly a great family friend and such a kind, generous man. As chance would have it, I found myself making his famous 5 cup fruit salad just before I found out about his passing. Truly thinking of his family and friends and sending my thoughts and prayers.
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