Lester Charles Baszile
December 20, 1946 – July 16, 2012
Lester Charles Baszile Sunrise – December 20, 1946 Sunset – July 15, 2012
Lester Charles Baszile was born December 20, 1946, to the union of Matthew Baszile and Daisy Merritt. Lester attended George Washington Elementary School, Willowbrook Junior High, and graduated from David Starr Jordan High School in 1963. Immediately after graduation, Lester joined the United States Navy. He serviced for 4 years. After his discharge from the military in 1967, Lester married Lee Etta Marshall. To this union was born four beautiful children, Michiel, Nichie, lAaron and Shawna Baszile. Lester was a gifted artist who taught himself to draw at an early age. He was also a gifted Flutist. He was a hard worker, who held various jobs. In 1981 Lester married Peggy Holmes. To this union no children were born. Lester and Peggy were married for 31 years. Lester leaves behind to mourn, his wife, Peggy. His four children Michiel Owens of Los Angeles, California, Nichiel Baszile of Palmdale, California, Aaron Baszile and Shawna Baszile of Los Angeles, California. His siblings, Donald Baszile of McKinney, Texas, Keatrin Coleman of Vallejo, California, Matzy Diggs of McKinney, Texas, Mary-Jo Williams of Prosper, Texas, Annette Rachal of Allen, Texas, and Gloria Baszile of Los Angeles, California, as well as, a host of nieces and nephews. Lester was preceded in death by his Father, Mother and sister Phyllis Ann Davis. From the siblings, we’d like to say “You were a wonderful brother, and we pray your safe journey into the arms of the Savior, Jesus Christ.”
“We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord.” 2 Corinthians 5:8
Lester, we bid you farewell. Rest in Peace. Grieve for me a while …. then let me go
- Memorial Service Monday, July 30, 2012
Lester Charles Baszile
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May 12, 2013
you will always be missed... Love always Deminik
October 3, 2012
Let me tell you about my friend Lester Charles Baszile. We were friends for over 30 years. Lester did not meet strangers. He could be fun loving, serious, carefree, thoughtful, energetic, sober, honest, giving and yes even silly sometime. But above all, Lester was a good friend. Knowing Lester was a blessing. I will miss him, however, I have some really good memories. Thanks Lester!
August 22, 2012
You were the love of my life. I miss you more than you will ever know. Rest in peace my darling until we meet again. We had more good times than bad times. Thanks to your easy going ways YOUR LOVING WIFE PEGGY. BETTER KNOW AS BABY GIRL,SMILE
August 3, 2012
AWWW, MY UNCLE LESTER, HAVNT SEEN YOU SINCE I WAS IN JR. HIGH SCHOOL. YOU ALWAYS REMINDED ME OF MARVIN GAYE... REST IN PEACE, TILL WE MEET AGAIN!!!
July 20, 2012
You will always live in our hearts and prayers.