Lorraine
LEE, LORRAINE HAZEL, of Torrance, passed away Jan. 29, 2004 in Friendship, WI. She was born in Minnesota on March 7, 1922. Survivors include her devoted children; Dianne Carrigan of Apple Valley, CA, Roy Lee of Wisconsin and Christine Lee of Torrance, CA. Also left to mourn her passing are sisters, Muriel LaPage and Verna Miller, seven grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Roy and dear son, Glenn Lee. Visitation will be Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2004 from 4PM to 8PM at WHITE & DAY COLONIAL MORTUARY, 901 W. Torrance Blvd. (at Prospect Ave.), Redondo Beach, CA 90277. Memorial Services will be Wed. Feb. 4, 2004 at 11:30AM at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 21100 Victor Street, Torrance, CA, 90503. Private interment was at Pacific Crest Cemetery, Redondo Beach, CA.

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  1. Thank you for giving me one more morning to be with you again: “One more day, one more memory, one more link in the chain We all want one more morning just to feel it all again Just to have this day and life starting all over, for all it may bring A blessing on everything and one more song I can sing In the arms we were born in, in the arms that will take us home We all want one more morning, then we’ll take the night to come” (Winwood)

  2. Grandma Sweetheart I Love you. To my dear family: My heart goes out to each of you as you all remember her and continue your lives without her.

  3. Dianne and Chris- my deepest sympathies to you and all of your family on the loss of your mother.. Auntie was a dear person and will be missed.. Love, Donna

  4. Well, Mom’s cat, our sweet, lovable Shortie had given all she could to this life and went to be with mom. She was such an affectionate kitty, and I got a nuzzle and a kiss before she went to sleep. She was about 19, so she had a good shot at life for a kitty born outside to a feral mom. She covered a few more miles than most cats when she went to Wisconsin by car to live with mom. She came back to California via Northwest Airlines. I was planning to take her with me to Minnesota but she didn’t have enough frequent flyer miles, so I waited it out to see what was going to happen. She’s free now, and won’t need the airlines. Darn, I’m going to miss her.

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