A very beautiful service. I'm looking forward to seeing Dick with Sue again one day in heaven. Til then he will be missed by many. Hugs and prayers. Onward and upward.
Randy & Cindy Tanner, January 17, 2022 Dickie was a bright light in all our lives. He will never be forgotten by those he loved and lifted up. Mike and Pat Moore, January 17, 2022 Always made me laugh. Hope he finds peace . Old friends gone too soon. Pam Honeycutt Garr, January 17, 2022 With our deepest sympathies our thoughts and prayers are with you. Shelia and Evelyn Andrews, January 17, 2022 I'm so glad we got to talk a couple of times recently, but we did not get to meet for that lunch with Akins. We both played Little League Football for the Wynnewood's Lions Club in Oak Cliff, about 60 years ago. We had some great times together in the 60's with Bird and Press. I was so glad to hear that you had your children & grandchildren around you. We will get together again one day. God Bless You Dickie Lee. Jack "JT" May, January 15, 2022 Thanks for your friendship thru all the years. Thanks for all the good times and great memories. You are truly one of a kind- I will never forget you. Rest in Peace Dickie. Danny Hendrix, January 15, 2022 I didn’t know Dickie very well, but what I did know was very nice. To my old friend Sherri from Mountain View, and Dickie family so sorry for your loss. Jean Landry Mayern, January 15, 2022 Fond memories of a childhood friend. Rest in peace Dickie. Blessings to the family.
Kent Gaydos, January 14, 2022 I met Dickey when I started dating my wife, they were in the same class at JFK, WE played softball together and spent time at the lake and on the golf course. He was a great friend and will be missed. I will always have the memories of all the enjoyment he brought into not only my life but also all the people he was arounnd. Gary Holman, January 14, 2022 I grew up next door to the Lee family in Oak Cliff. Dick E and I reconnected in later years and he was truly a great friend. RIP my friend, See you soon. Steve Wilson, January 13, 2022 The one thing we all know is that Dickie's doing the Gator with all his new friends up above. A truly unique guy. Rest in peace number 20. Danny McCammon, January 13, 2022 I am so glad I got to speak with you a few months ago. You are one of the nicest guys I ever had the privilege to know. Rest In Peace. Sharon Enenkrl, January 13, 2022 Dicky and I grew up together in Oak Cliff, J F Kimball High School and Cedar Creek Lake. I knew never to dare Dicky to do something because he would always take me up on the dare and I couldn't do it. He was a good friend and companion who I'll miss. God bless Dicky's family.
Wes Johnson, January 13, 2022 Thanks be to God that you no longer suffer. I’ll miss you, buddy. Doug Burkham, January 13, 2022