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Phillip Lee

June 29, 1958 ~ February 4, 2024 (age 65) 65 Years Old

Phillip Lee Obituary

Phillip Eugene Lee went to be with Our Lord and Savior, February 4, 2024.

He was born June 29, 1958, in Findlay to Dewey and Ruth (King) Lee, and they preceded him in death. Phillip married Tammy Osborne and had three children with her, PJ, Alison, and Sarah; and two grandchildren, Jake, and Emily. They were divorced. He then married Diane Wright and they had one daughter, Kristin, and three grandchildren, Alayna, Gavin, and Leah, that he lovingly called Lucy. Phillip remarried and is survived by wife, Sandi Lee. Phillip also had three brothers, Dewey Lee of Van Buren, John Lee of Texas, and Joe Lee of Van Buren; two sisters, Pat Yohnke of Jerry City, and Debra Lee of Fostoria.

Phillip was preceded in death by sisters, Linda Welch of South Carolina, and Sherry Quirk of Findlay.

Phillip was an owner/operator truck driver for many years. He spent the last four years fighting cancer, and he put up a good fight. His greatest love was spending time with his family and grandchildren with whom he had a special bond. He enjoyed camping, fishing, and music. He loved warm summer days where you could find him outside enjoying the day.

Phillip was a beloved husband, son, brother, father, and grandfather.

HUFFORD FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, 1500 Manor Hill Rd., Findlay, 419-422-1500 is honored to serve Phillip’s family.

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