Condolence: Dear Aunt Barb & Family,,, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Don. He was a great man, husband, father and a friend to so many. Always at the ready with a hello, a handshake or a funny story. He was a big part of our families lives and will never be forgotten. I am sorry I could not be there on this day but my heart goes out to you all. Love always,,, Royden, Susan, Connor, Lauren & Spencer
Condolence: To: Barb, Margie, Donny/Heidi and families,
So sorry I could not be there with all of you during this very sad and difficult time, especially today. It's always hard to lose someone we all love so much, no matter what age or how sick they are; we don't ever want to let them go...Just remember that he is now in a better place, free of all his ailments, and surrounded by many friends and family who have already passed on. His fun loving spirit will always be with you. I've enjoyed many visits and meals with Don and Barb over the years and will miss Don's great sense of humour, wit and crazy stories! Take care of each other. Thinking of you all.
Condolence: To Donald Jr. and family
I started my GM career as the brand new GM Canada Service rep in 1985. One of my first Dealer contacts out of the Sudbury territory was Milltown Motors! My first visit did not go all that well because the recently transferred GM SALES rep had reneged on a vehicle promise and Donald Lees Sr. was not impressed to say the least! We eventually fixed that situation and I looked forward to my many Milltown Motors visits over the next couple of years with a car Dealer who not only colourfully and honestly spoke his mind but also offered his word as his bond. Many thanks for the wholesale training and may you rest peacefully Donald!
When I was around 12 years old Don gave me his 50/50 tickets to hold on to at a Beavers game. Of course they won and when I hunted him down, to give him his money, he said "Keep it and do a good turn for someone else". I shared it with my buds and life was good for a few weeks. I carried that advice throughout my life and it has paid huge dividends. Don's hard work, generosity and kindness serves as a role model for all. Thanks Don for all that.
Please accept our deepest condolences in the loss of Don. We remember him as always having a smile on his face. Cherish all the good memories. You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. May Don RIP.