Larry LeRoy Lee

Larry LeRoy Lee, 43, of 611 N. E. 67th, Gladstone, Mo., died Tuesday, July 28, in the Bethany Medical Center, Kansas City, Ks.  Mr. Lee, a utility assembler for General Motors Corporation, became suddenly ill Tuesday while at work, and was rushed to the center.     

Mr. Lee’s wife is the former Ruby Arterburn.  Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Arterburn of Caldwell said they had talked to Mr. and Mrs. Lee on Sunday, and he seemed in apparent good health.

Visitation will be held Thursday, July 30, fro 7 to 8 p.m., at the Newcomer-White Chapel in Kansas City, Ks. Services will be conducted at the Schaeffer-Reager Mortuary Chapel on Saturday, Aug. 1, at 10:30 A.M. Interment will be in the Caldwell city Cemetery.

Mr. Lee was a member of the United Workers Union No.31. He was preceded in death by his mother, Mary Ann Lee.

Mr. Lee is survived by his wife, Ruby and three sons, Ricky, Mark, and David of the home; his father, Orval Lee of Caldwell; his parents-in-law, Douglas and Irene Arterburn of Caldwell; brothers, Wayne of Gladstone, Mo., Elmer of Roy, Utah, Walter of Caldwell, Bob of Holt, Mo.; step-brother, Oliver Myers of Wellington; sisters, Mary Burris and Gertrude Allison of Kansas City, Mo.; a half –sister, Ethel Bellomy of Lamar, Colo.; two step-sisters, Nadine Browning of Ketcham, Okla., and Gerry Williams of Caldwell,

A memorial in Mr. Lee’s name has been established with the Caldwell Carnegie Library Fund.

Mr. Lee was born Jan. 4, 1938, in Vinita, Okla., the son of Orval Lee and Mary Ann Beard Lee.

Services Held Saturday for Larry L. Lee

Services for Larry LeRoy Lee, 43, of 611 N. E. 6th, Gladstone, Mo., were conducted Saturday, Aug. 1, at 10:30 a.m., in the Schaeffer-Reager Chapel, Caldwell.  Mr. Lee died Tuesday, July 28.  He was a utility assembler for General Motors Corporation in Kansas City.

Rev. George Beebe, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, Caldwell, officiated at the services. Music included “How Great Thou Art” and “Precious Memories.”

Interment, Directed by Schaeffer-Reager Mortuary, was in the Caldwell City cemetery. Bearers were Carl Houchin,  Howard Hudson, Leonard Tomlin, Chet May, Wayne Wencel, Don Dvorak.