Harold Lee

Sep 15th 1:00 pm - 1:00 pm
US Army
Korean War Veteran
MRC - Barb Johnson
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Mission Summary

Classification 

Military Veteran 

Military Branch 

United States Army 

Military Service 

Served 6 years entering the Army March 22, 1951 and honorably discharged October 23,1957.

Korean War (1950-1953) 

Mission Segments 

Funeral Service & Procession, Interment Service 

Obituary

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Obituary Text 

Harold Lee was born February 22, 1931 in Blossom, Texas to the late Son Folsom Lee and Venola Dixon. He attended the public schools in Blossom and was an excellent basketball player. Harold was baptized and professed Christ at an early age at the Oak Hill Baptist Church.

He united in Matrimony early in life to June Thomas in Hope, Arkansas and later in life married Addie Beal.

Harold joined the United States Army March 22, 1951 and bravely served for six years, Honorably discharged on October 23, 1957.

He was preceded in death by his wife; June Lee, his parents, two sons; Michael and Kenneth Lee.

His precious memories will be remembered by. his children; Phyllis Morgan (Ed) of Dallas, TX., John Lee (Carol) of Missouri City, TX., Laura Lee of Wichita Falls, TX., Derlyn Brooks of Texarkana, TX. , Belinda Gayle Brooks of Paris, TX. and daughter in law; Diane Lee of Vernon, TX., his grandchildren; Motachia, Michael, LaTeesha, Jermaine, Anthony, Venice Williams, TaKesha Bill (Danny), Chelsea Williams, Scheweka, Mehemiah, De Paul, Melexxa Brooks, Erin Stewart and Juan Minter, 27 great-grandchildren, 10 great-great grandchildren, Special loved ones; Kathy Johnson, Trey Kiel and a host of other relatives and friends. 

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Barbara Johnson
brbjo@aol.com
(940) 642-5324 

 

 

Part 1

Segment

Funeral Service 

Mission Date 

09/15/2018 

Staging Time 

01:00  1300

Briefing Time

01:20  1320

In Position/KSU Time

01:30  1330

Starting Time 

01:30  1330

Staging Point 

Eastside Baptist Church 

Staging Address 

1632 Harding St
Wichita Falls, TX 76301 

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Link to Map 

Part 1 Details 

We will put up flags at the Church, form our flag line at 1:30 1330 for the arrival of family and friends. When the service starts at 2:00 1400 we will take down the flags, furl and stow them away in the support truck. Some will go with the support truck to the cemetery and the remainder will remain at the Church to accompany the hearse and family to the cemetery 

Procession 

No Escort Provided 

Support 

Yes The ride captain if no one else can. 

 

 

Part 2

 

Part 2 Segment 

Interment Service 

Part 2 Date 

09/15/2018 

Part 2 Staging Time 

03:00  1500

Part 2 In Position/KSU Time

03:45  1545

Part 2 Starting Time 

04:00  1600

Part 2 Time(s) Estimated

Yes

Part 2 Staging Point

Crestview Cemetery 

Part 2 Staging Address 

1917 Archer City Hwy
Wichita Falls, TX 76302 

Part 2 Map Link 

Link to Map 

Part 2 Details 

We will put up flags around the grave site and await the arrival of the procession from the Church. We will stand by one of the static flags during the service and honors. Upon completion of the service, the ride captain will let everyone know when to start taking down the flags and returning them to the support truck to furl and stow them away. After a short briefing everyone will be dismissed 

Part 2 Procession 

No Escort Provided 

Part 2 Support 

Yes See part 1

 

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