Let the memory of Lee be with us forever, gone but never forgotten
  • 14 years old
  • Born on June 28, 1992 .
  • Passed away on January 21, 2007 .

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Lee Cook, 14, born on June 28, 1992 and passed away on January 21, 2007. We will remember him forever and miss him every single day. A life tragically cut short that was destined to blossom into something remarkable, he was already a wonderful son and brother, he was truely special.

Posted by Elizabeth Norman on 20th September 2012
Shaun is my son and Lee was my grandson. My own pain at losing Lee is matched only by my pain for Shaun's ongoing suffering. Lee was loving, clever, kind and loyal. A special young man who should still be with us and who is in my thoughts every day.
Posted by Mickie Woo Close on 18th September 2012
I am so sorry for you and your family. What a terrible loss. Thank you for your kind words on my Sister's page. Be well. Time is a good healer.
Posted by Jade Cook on 16th September 2012
He is my brother and I miss him loads. I have his name tattooe on my wrist Lee Cook 1992-2007. I have 'the light that burns twice as bright can only burn half as long' tattooed on my ribs. Just a reminder that he will always be in my heart. I miss you <3
Posted by Shaun Cook on 14th September 2012
The light that burns twice as bright can only burn half as long. Lee was my life, he was my reason, he was my everything. He was my son, he was my best friend. Without him my life is empty and without purpose and direction.
Posted by Tony Partridge on 14th September 2012
We're just starting work on the music for Stanley Players' next pantomime, and this always gives me particular reason to remember Lee - a lovely young man and a brilliant drummer.
Posted by Jenny Smith on 14th September 2012
We often talk about Lee in our house, he was a good friend of Katies, he used to see her on the bus to and from school where they would chat to each other. They were really good friends and we all miss his lovely smile. They enjoyed being in the Stanley Players together, Lee was good company for Katie during the panto performances. xx
Posted by Judi Gardner on 14th September 2012
I miss Lee every Panto. He gave me such great hugs every year and was a joy to know. As Shaun has said elsewhere he had a rare ability to be friends with all ages. Lovely boy xx

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