Justin David Lee 1986 – 2018 A native of Mobile, AL and resident of New Orleans, LA died on Wednesday, February 21, 2018 at the age of 31. Mr. Lee was a veteran of the United States Army who did two tours in Iraq. He was a graduate of Baker High School. Justin loved Alabama football and Country music. He is survived by his father, Daniel (Sandra) Lee; mother, Toni (Joe) Bowles; brother, Jeremy Lee; two sisters, Destin Lee and Candace Stanfield; nieces, nephews and other relatives. Visitation will be held from Mobile Memorial Gardens Funeral Home on Monday, February 26, 2018 from 12:00 Noon until 2:00 PM followed by services in the Chapel. Military honors will be rendered at the graveside in Mobile Memorial Gardens. Condolences may be offered at www.mobilefuneralservice.com. Funeral arrangements are by Mobile Memorial Gardens Funeral Home.
Our prayers go out to Justin's family🙏🙏. May God comfort your hearts in this time of loss. May the peace of God that passes all understanding guard your heart and mind through Christ Jesus! From the staff at the Alexandria VA Medical Center.
Jennifer ChaissonGlenmora, LA
I send my sincere sympathy for the loss of your love one Justin, I'm sure that he will be dearly missed. God's promises can help ease the pain we feel when the people that we love die. He promises at Isaiah 25:8 to: "swallow up death forever." Soon death will be no more, ending sorrow, tears, and pain. Also Acts 24:15 promises: "there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous." Great joy will overwhelm our hearts when God reunites us with our family and friends that have died, and we live together in a peaceful world where death, sickness, and crime don't exist. May these promises from Almighty God bring relief to your hearts during this difficult time .
I remember the first time I met you and Robert Garza in Schweinfurt back in 2007. You were such a sweet young guy who was full of life. You were like my little brother. Things happened to you that you couldn't contol and now your life is in God's hands. May you finally get the peace you have been searching for all these years. You are going to be missed. Hopefully in time your family can think of you and smile. Spread your wings Justin!
Christina Huerta-SyversonEl Paso, TX
God bless you and your family thank you Army Vetrean
James StricklandLake Butler, FL
Sending prayers your way
Heather reedgrand bay, AL
Prayers lifted for the family. I know of no words that will lessen your grief during your loss, my thoughts are with you.
Terri JusticeMobile, AL
See you again brother. You were so loved
Deb TrieceMyrtle Beach, SC
God bless you and your family and thank you for your service
Tommye CauthenTheodore, AL
"He who we love and lose is no longer where he was. He is now wherever we are."
St. John Chrysostom.
Cheryl DeshlerBaton Rouge, LA
Toni, I remember Justin and Jeremy as precious toddlers when we worked together. You were such a devoted mother. I don’t know what all Justin went through but I know he was loved unconditionally. Every single one of us could say, “But for the grace of God, go I.” Rest In Peace, Justin.
Lois Rogers MaggardMobile, AL
You were my first friend in Germany. You gave me ten years of friendship. I love you and you will always be in my heart.
I’ll remember the great times in Germany as well as Iraq, you always knew how to make me laugh, and it was great to have our rivalry’s when it came to football.
You’re in a better place and you’re watching over us.
Priscilla EllingtonWaxahachie, TX