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Daisy Lee

Daisy Etta Lee

Wednesday, August 2nd, 1944 - Wednesday, December 25th, 2019
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Obituary

Celebration of Life of
Daisy Etta Canada Lee

Sunrise - August 2, 1944 Sunset - December 25, 2019

Daisy Lee departed this life on Wednesday, December 25, 2019. She was born August 2, 1944 to Chester B. Canada and Willie Katherine Parker. She was preceded in death by her father, mother, one sister, two brothers and one great granddaughter. She is also preceded in death by her grandparents Burrell and Lucy Canada who raised her and grandmother Alice Canada.

She accepted Christ at a young age at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Beeville, Texas under the leadership of Rev. E.W. Meade. She moved to Mobile, AL where she united with Lily Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Julius Williams. She was a faithful member. She served in the Nursery, Matrons, Youth Choir Counselor, Voices of the Lily, Women's Day, Pastor's Aide and was a nurse of the church.

She was a also a member of the Sunlight District Nurses Guild and Usher Board. During her illness she cared for babies and loved caring for the elderly. She was an active nurse for 25 years.
She Leaves to cherish her memories are two Daughters- Mary L. Ferguson (Emmett) of The Colony, TX; Tracy E. Lee of Mobile, AL and one Son-David A. Lee II (Althea) of Houston TX. She leaves nine grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, 5 nieces, 3 nephews, 2 great nieces, 4 great nephews and a host of family and friends in Beeville, TX and Los Angeles, CA.

Services will be held on Thursday, January 2, 2020 at Lily Baptist Church, 358 Kennedy Street, Mobile, AL 36603

Arrangements by Small's Mortuary, 950 S. Board Street, Mobile, AL 36603
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  • Service

    Thursday, January 2nd, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Thursday, January 2nd, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    Lily Baptist Church
    Address
    358 Kennedy Street
    MOBILE, AL
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lacinda watson

Posted at 12:03am
Oh Grandma, there is too much that could be said. Just know I love you, and my world is changed without you in it. I will miss cuddling in the bed and watching murder documentaries with you. I will miss giggles and gossip. I will even miss our disagreements and hanging up on eachother.
Mostly, I will just miss my grandma. I will make sure Ethan hears stories about you. He won't remember, since he is too young, but I'm so glad you got to meet him, and that he got to experience your cuddles and slumber parties. I will love you forever.
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Teresia Hall

Posted at 11:14pm
Daisy, will truly be missed. She has always had a sweet and caring personality. She would always make us laugh. She was my late husband Rayvon "Wheel" Hall favorite cousin. We will love you always and you will never be forgotten. Teresia Hall
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Rolande Morgan

Posted at 08:50pm
Daisy Lee showed her family what love ,strength, courage,and faith meant. Her gracious attitude would shine through smile and tolerance for whatever sickness came her way. She was a joy and will be dearly missed. Rev 21. 3,4


MB

Mr. Ray D. Broadnax

Posted at 07:11pm
Aunt Daisy will be sorely missed. Every time I called her we would laugh so hard we’d start crying. I will greatly miss those times.

Your loving nephew,
Ray Broadnax
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