Lee Lowery III

July 28, 1992November 12, 2012

Lee Lowery III died on Monday the 12th of November. He was twenty years old. His all too short passage through life leaves a trail marked by loyalty and kindness and brightened by friendship. Born July 28, 1992 in Greensboro, North Carolina, Lee spent most of his life in Atlanta where he lived with his mother Allison Webb. Lee also was supported by the attention and affection of his Aunt Ashley Webb Henry. Lee had deep roots in Atlanta, a place he loved. From kindergarten through fifth grade Lee went to Morningside Elementary, which his mother and aunt had also attended. As a child Lee attended Morningside Presbyterian Church where Reverend Coile Estes baptized him. After elementary school Lee was a student at Samuel Inman Middle School, and Grady High School where he graduated in 2010 as a Scholar Athlete. He entered Georgia State University in September 2010 as a Hope Scholar and had completed his sophomore year. A talented athlete, Lee played soccer from kindergarten through high school where, in his senior year, he was goalie for the Grady Knights. He also enjoyed camping with his friends, water skiing, and water sports of all kinds, particularly swimming and diving for quarters with his young cousins. Lee is survived by his mother Allison Webb of Atlanta, his father Lee Lowery, Jr. of Greensboro, North Carolina; Grandparents Howard and Betty Webb, Charlotte, North Carolina; and Grandparents Pamela and Charles Leonard, Lexington, North Carolina; Great grandmothers Opal Blume, Lexington, SC and Catherine Leonard, Charlotte. Lee made friends easily and kept them close. Many of his friendships reach back to his first years in elementary school. All of his friendships were heartfelt and genuine. It is not possible to express in a few words the accomplishments of a lifetime of daily kindheartedness, but what his then three-year-old cousin Alyssa said years ago as she gazed at a picture of him comes closest, “Leelee, he’s my friend.”

In lieu of flowers please send memorials to: Georgia State University Foundation Scholarships PO Box 3963 Atlanta, GA 30302-3963

Atlanta Youth Soccer Scholarship Fund Atlanta Youth Soccer Association
 PO Box 133126 
 Atlanta, GA 30333

Visitation was held Saturday, November 17, 2012, 3:00-5:00 PM at H. M. Patterson & Son, Spring Hill. A Memorial Service was held Saturday, November 24, 2012 at 3:00PM at St. Mark United Methodist Church with Rev. Joshua Noblitt officiating. Online condolences may be made at


  • Visitation Saturday, November 17, 2012
  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 24, 2012

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Bryce D

July 4, 2017

Lee was in my homeroom back in highschool. Time goes by so fast. I didnt expect to hear that he would leave at such an early age, he was a Good friend of mine. It was great to have had him as a friend. GOD have mercy on your soul brother. May the good LORD bless your family, they raised a young man who touched lives with his personality.

s b

August 18, 2014

Love and miss u dearly u was my best highschool boo I every had

Charles Leonard

November 30, 2013

This marks the second Thanksgiving since you died. We give thanks that we had you in our lives.

Thomas Lewis

November 29, 2013

Through family and friends I have learned to know Lee Lowery and I can say he was truly a shining star. He was a good friend, boyfriend, grandson, and even a better son. I wish I had the opportunity to meet Lee myself but in a way I feel like I have. I can say he truly lives on through family and friends and (Stewie!) Salute my friend!

July 28, 2013

Happy Birthday Lee Lee! We all miss you and would have loved to have seen you celebrate the big 21.
Drucy and John


July 28, 2013

Happy Birthday, Lee. Peace and light to your family.

Janie Henry

April 3, 2013

An Easter candle lit in your memory!

March 5, 2013

I miss you my sweet baby, Mom!

Jane Henry

February 14, 2013

A Valentine for your big heart, LeeLee!!


February 10, 2013

You were on my mind today, Quasi-nephew Lee Lowery.