OBITUARY

Lee Youngblood

March 12, 1947April 21, 2021

On April 21, 2021 Edgar L. “Lee” Youngblood passed away. He was the beloved husband of Barbara Youngblood; devoted father of Scott Youngblood and his wife Cynthia of Fairfax, VA, and Sean Andrew Youngblood of Bel Air, MD; loving grandfather of Zeon A. and Ryan A. Youngblood; dear brother of Leona Youngblood and the late Betty Lawrence.

A graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and the University of Baltimore, Lee was a project manager at the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. Relatives and friends may gather at Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, Inc. 610 W. MacPhail Rd. Bel Air, MD 21014 on Saturday May 8, 2021 from 1 to 3 and 6-8 PM. Memorial Service and Military Honors will begin at 3 PM. Interment private. Online tributes may be left at www.schimunekfuneralhomes.com. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute at Johns Hopkins, secure.jhu.edu/form/gbci.

Services

  • Receiving of Friends

    Saturday, May 8, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, May 8, 2021

  • Receiving of Friends

    Saturday, May 8, 2021

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Wayne Hudson

May 4, 2021

My deepest condolences to the family. Not only did I work with Lee at MVA but we worked together many years at A&A. We played cards every day at lunch and enjoyed many good times at work. He will be missed.

Wayne

William Lehto

April 30, 2021

My next door neighbor since 1987, going to miss those chats we had in our yards. Rest easy Lee, we will miss you very much.

Natalie Grasso

April 27, 2021

My deepest condolences to the Youngblood family. Working with Lee over the last several years at MVA was very rewarding. His dedication to his job and his ability to make others smile and laugh is what I remember the most. He was a great co-worker and most of all a good friend. I will miss our early morning 'chats' over coffee and tea. God bless and fly high with the angels!

Stefanie Hamilton

April 24, 2021

My condolences to the Youngblood family. Lee was such a great man. I worked with him at MVA and we formed a special bond. If I was working late, he would call me before he left for the day to tell me to leave or move my car closer to the door because he didn’t like me walking out to the parking lot alone at night. Seems like such a simple thing but it showed how genuinely sweet he was. Such a kind soul. He will be greatly missed

Helen Kelly

April 24, 2021

To the Youngblood family my deepest condolences. I've worked with Lee over the past 7 years at the MVA including his last project, Kemp Mill. Although he was unable to be there to see it through, he still called and checked on me and had me send pictures of the finished product at our grand opening. Lee was a wonderful person to chat with and had enjoyable stories. I considered him a coworker but more importantly, my friend. Lee, I will miss you.

Billie Beard

April 23, 2021

There are few men left in this world that are made of the stock Lee was made of. A pure gentleman, opening doors for the ladies and bringing a smile to everyone who knew him. He will be dearly missed! Prayers for peace and comfort for his family.

Bruce Chaillou

April 23, 2021

I worked with Lee since he started at MDOT MVA. We had offices down the hall and always communicated daily about work or other matters. He will be missed by a lot of people. I pray for him and his family.

Megan Jansen

April 23, 2021

Thinking of your family, Lee was a great colleague and friend to many. He was so dedicated to his work and had a great sense of humor.May good memories of him see you through the difficult times ahead.

Jan Hejl

April 23, 2021

I am sorry for your loss. Lee will be missed. He touched the lives of many people across Maryland working with us at MVA.

Chrissy Nizer

April 23, 2021

My deepest sympathy to Lee's family during this difficult time. Lee was always so generous with his time, volunteering on countless weekends to help the branch offices by working at the kiosk when they were busy. All you had to do was ask and sometimes he volunteered before even being told there was a need. He was such a giving and kind person and we will all miss him tremendously as part of the MDOT MVA family.

FROM THE FAMILY