Rochester: April 26, 2014 at age 55. Lee is survived by his father, Otha Dupree II; wife of 16 years, Cassi Jo; children, Alexandra Corrine & Daniel Scott; grandchild, Camren Joseph; siblings, Fanny Dupree & Fanillia Dupree; many dear friends. He is predeceased by his mother, Loretta Dupree.
Lee worked at the International House of Pancakes (IHOP). In his spare time, he enjoyed Worshiping the Lord, football, baseball, music and fishing.
Lee’s visitation will be held Friday, May 2nd 10-11 A.M. at the All Seasons Chapel, White Haven Memorial Park, 210 Marsh Road. His Funeral Service will follow visitation at 11 A.M. Interment will be held privately at White Haven.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to GoFundMe.com “Lee’s Memorial” in his memory.
Rochester Cremation, 4044 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300, RochesterCremation.com.
I don’t know your family personally but, I would like to extend my condolences to the Dupree family for the loss of your dear loved one. May your treasured memories and the drawing ever closer to God through prayer begin to help bring you the comfort you need to get through these difficult days of sorrow. Please read:(2Cor1:3,4)(Rom15:4)(John11:250 (Isa25:8, 26:19, & 61:2)(Rev21:4)
I read of the loss of your dear loved one, and would like to extend my sincere condolences. Death is an enemy that Our Creator never intended for us to ever have to deal with-even as the Bible says. Please, take comfort in knowing that soon, God, has promised to remove all causes of suffering, pain, sorrow, and even death forever! The wonderful future resurrection hope is the promise found at Isaiah 26:19. May I assure you, I am not trying to give or change your religion. The pain of loss is felt, regardless of religion. May the promises of Our Creator, strengthen and comfort you as you cope with the difficult days ahead.( 2 Thessalonians 2:16,17)
I just want all of the self-conscious tall teenage girls to know that you WILL grow to love your hegiht (no pun intended). I am a 5’11 woman and I was always a tall kid, from 4th grade on one of the tallest kids in school. Taller than most of the boys and towering over all the other girls. I always felt self-conscious and gawky.Then I became an adult and realized how great being tall is. People notice you. People remember you. You can gain 20 pounds and nobody notices because you probably only went up one pant size, if that.Be proud of your hegiht. It’s a gift. I meet so many shorter people who comment that they wish they were my hegiht. Keep your head held high and wear heels if you feel like it. I do (until my feet start to hurt).Oh, and most men love tall women. The ones who don’t like us are insecure and you wouldn’t want to date them anyway.
Thank you for the map. I’ve been looking for a while for sinothemg that would show me the creek that I now know from the map is Braes Bayou. From what I’ve been told, students and others used to find arrow heads on the banks of this bayou, on campus. I think in the neighbourhood of the pond, and mid campus. No-one though has been able to identify for sure which Amerindians they may have been.