- 53 years old
- Date of birth: May 22, 1959
- Place of birth:
- Date of passing: May 3, 2013
- Place of passing:
|We may lose and we may win Though we will never be here again, So open up, I'm climbin' in, And take it easy . . .|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our beloved Clayton Lee, 53, born on May 22, 1959 and passed away on May 3, 2013. We will remember him forever . . .
"Thinking of Clayton and raising a glass to all the good times we shared..."
"Happy Birthday Clayton! Thinking of you today as always and Missing you as always. On your birthday I celebrate the wonderful memories of being with you --the laughter, fun and warmth you brought into my life for 53 years! Love yu always ❤️"
"Think of you every day Clayton. Miss the long, deep cathartic conversations, the crazy adventures, your crinkled eye smiles, the newsy letters, the music and just all of you. Love you Clayton"
"Thinking of you and missing you."
"Raising a toast to my Uncle Clayton, thinking of all I learned from him, and all the good times we had together all over the world. I taught my son the opening lead to the Allman Bros Jessica tonight in Clayton's honor. He picked it up in just a couple minutes . . . the beat goes on . . ."
"Happy Birthday Clayton! Today we are remembering the brother and friend we love and miss so much. Your kind soul, your thoughtful ways,your energy, enthusiasm, sense of adventure and creativity made times with you so much fun. I miss our visits to see you in Shanghai where you would enthusiastically take us to see so many wonderful places, always carrying our bags and patiently explaining everything. Those were good times. I really miss you!!"
"Just miss you and think of the good days we had, dear friend and my tutor."
"I still remember when we first met in '73 & how sweet he was. I last saw him when he was here 6 years ago & how warm & handsome he was. I'll never forget that wonderful visit. Rest in peace dear one."
"I always miss Clayton most acutely when the weather turns nice, I am listening to or playing some good-time tunes outside, having a cocktail, and thinking about what to do next . . ."
"Dear Lee Family,
I wish you strength during this difficult time of loss! Art and Mark were both friends at NMH. I just read the Fall magazine and was so sad to read of his passing. I hope you can rejoice in his life and have spent lots of time together as a family!"
"Dear Clayton, as always how are you? You know you always inspired me, right ?Your love for music, your passion, you live the way you love. The happy times of the talking with, the america, the china, your beloved music... How can I find another friend like you ? You know how grateful I am to work with you and have a friend like you, righ? Miss you !"
"Art was my nephew, a sweet, warm & handsome man, with a love for music, so I could relate to him. He was talented & loved his family. To come all the way from Shanghi for his Mom's 80th was a blessing for her & we were privaledged to have him in our home on that occassion. I wish he could have been here for mine, but his memory will have to do. God bless you Clayton (Art to me)."
"This is Chris here - I met Clayton a few years ago with Cathia during a training session. He impressed me as very personable, thoughtful and highly intelligent. It was a privilege to meet someone with such incredible insight into the way things work and know how much he will be missed. Reminded me of George Clooney!"
"Dear Clayton, I felt very lucky to be coached by you over the last 2 years. I've learned a lot from you. The coach sessions with you have been good learnings, experiences and now memories. Thank you so much for your dedication, conscientiousness and professionalism. I miss you very much. Wish you rest in peace."
"Dear Clayton, I Miss you very much.
We had worked together for over three years and you were a wonderful trainer who I EVER worked with. I felt lucky had talked to you on 2 May before you passed away and still terribly sad. I always think of you. I wish your family all the best."
"Love and all good thoughts to your beautiful family as you move through this tragic loss."
"My dear brother, I will miss you more than I can express. There's a Clayton sized hole in my heart. Love and miss you forever. Your little sis."
"Happy Birthday Clayton... Tonight, Naran A and I played a set from the hundreds of great song charts you left behind, we miss your music and we miss your friendship."
"It is extremely hard to write a tribute, as it means that we need to really realize that he is gone. I cannot find words good enough to describe how deeply he will be missed."
"May you rest in peace and see hellow to your father. He is one of my favorite cousins."
"God has called you home, so may you rest in peace. Please give your dad a big hug from me as he ss one of my favorite cousins."
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