I'm really sorry to hear of Lee's passing. I offer my sincerest condolances to his family.
When you met Lee, you met a new friend. He was always supportive, interested and willing to share an insight or a joke.
RIP Lee. You are missed.
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Such sad news. He was a good man. We'll miss him. My condolences to his family and friends.
Like everyone, I am very sorry to hear of Lee's passing. Although I never met him in person, I admired his postings on APUG, his work on the Texas Church Project, his helpfulness to us less knowledgeable, but mostly his wonderfully calm and dry humour. I've missed his postings in the last year or so, and am sad to hear we won't be getting any more. My condolences to his family, and RIP Lee.
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Lee, you will be missed. When I needed photo help, you gave great advice. When I had health problems, you gave me encouragement...never mentioning your own health issues. A giving, kind, and helpful person. None better. I was a privilege knowing you.
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My heart and sincere condolences go out to Lee's family and all his many friends saddened by Lee's departing.
He was a big part of my early days of photography, a mentor and dear friend whom I never met, but am always grateful for having found on APUG. We, the early days gang, had much fun in the old APUG chatroom together, into the wee hours of the morning. He also patiently waited whilst I would duck into the darkroom to follow his instructions, or I'd top up a glass of Merlot whilst he would let the dogs in and out.
Lee, you were one of the kindest, most encouraging, patient and helpful friends. Thank you for the memories. You will be sadly missed. xx
Aah, yes, many wonderful memories, thank you. Let the good times roll.
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Shocking news, Lee helped me alot during my first "desert crossing" few years back, I lost a friend and a mentor, to us he left his work and memories of his kindness, thank you for all my friend!
This is sad news indeed. I remember many of Lee's contributions here on APUG and the Texas Church Project, which I found so very inspiring.
Condolences to Lee's family.
You are remembered as a fine man, Lee.
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