Lee Law

March 29, 1938March 13, 2014

LeRoy Law, 75, of Greeley, Went home to be with his Lord and Savior March 13, 2014. He was born in Hanford, California on March 29, 1938.

Lee, as he liked to be called, grew up around Greeley, Kersey and LaSalle. After graduating from LaSalle High, Lee joined the U.S. Air Force. In 1957 he took Naval Corps training at Great Lakes Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois, and served in The Strategic Air Command. He was the first responder, being on alert teams and as an Emergency Room Medic. Lee was honorably discharged in 1962. He attended UNC in 1965 and received his Master’s Degree in January 1970. He then worked as a Vocational Rehab Counselor before moving back to Colorado after a number of years.

Lee volunteered at Centennial Health Care reading to the residence living there and preached on Sunday mornings. Lee spent his last days in Hospice before going home to his creator. His favorite Hymn was “Amazing Grace”

Lee loved to hunt and fishing was his favorite thing to do.

Lee is survived by his son Casey, his daughter-in-law Jena, daughter Laura and son in law Marc, grandchildren and three great grandchildren.

Visitation will be held from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Thursday, March 20 followed by Funeral service both at Calvary Chapel. Inurnment 3:00 p.m., Friday, March 21 at Sunset Memorial Gardens.


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Tim Brown

March 22, 2014

Dear Casey and Family. Lee was one of the best people to ever enter my life. He made a point of reaching out to me in my best and darkest moments. He always had a wonderful laugh and perspective on things. He served others so gracefully and I'm grateful for all he accomplished in my life, the lives of others and in his life. I know he is smiling down on all of us from Heaven. Tim Brown

Alan Fitzgerald

March 21, 2014

Dear Casey and family. Your dad and I went to high school together and were great friends. Altho we grew apart after graduation I still thought of your dad and enjoyed meeting him again at reunions. we got together again via facebook and appreciated his faith. I looked forward to his posings on facebook/ I am sorry I didn't get to see him one more time

Anita McAllister

March 19, 2014

Dear Laura and family:

I met Lee at Calvary Chapel Greeley as well as being friends with him on Facebook. He was a great disciple for Christ and very outspoken about what he believed in...especially politically. He had quite a sense of humor!

He lived for Christ and taught others to do the same.

He will be missed.
Anita McAllister

March 18, 2014

Dear Casey & family, I remember a lot about Lee as we had coffee about every morning except Sundays @ McDonalds for the past couple of years. He loved sharing his latest fishing experience and he often would check his cell phone for a scripture reading for the day. He always had something planned to do for the day from visiting someone or working out to shopping for used fishing gear at ARC or at Habitat which he would then repair and give to kids or the disabled. I will also remember him saying as he was leaving our group, "don't let the devil steal your joy today." I look forward to seeing you on Thursday. Rich Hergert, Evans, CO