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Youngran Yi Lee

September 12, 1956November 17, 2020
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“하루 하루 감사”

Youngran (“Young”) Lee believed every day is a blessing. She believed in God, her family, and the American dream. Her commitment to God was felt by all who knew her, including the local church where she was involved in many church activities.

Walking the walk. Learning. Sharing what she learned.

Young wanted everyone to live a happy, joyful life. She loved the simple joys in life and firmly believed in the unwavering power of prayer.

Young was born in Gangwon-do, South Korea on September 12, 1956 to Jeongsan Lee and Soonye Kim. She married Kunsik Lee in April of 1978.

Young immigrated to America on September 16, 1978 and lived in Canton, Ohio in 1978. The family moved to the Houston area in 1982 where she raised her three sons: Benjamin Lee, 41, Jonathan Lee, 40, and Jimmy Edwards, 40.

Her dream job was to work at the United States Postal Service where she scored a perfect 100% on the postal entrance exams. She retired from the USPS after serving over 30 years.

“Everything is in God’s hands.” “Pray.” “Do your best.”

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Frank Wang

November 30, 2020

It was a pleasure getting to know you as a friend of Jon’s. You were always very nice and friendly to me while also being that gentle reminder I always needed to remind me to get married. LOL. You will be missed!

Michael Gould

November 27, 2020

Jon,

Rhonda and I remember how nice and friendly your mom was when she she and your dad came to visit you and came to the barbeque at our house in Tacoma. I know she very proud of you. Our deepest condolences to you and your family.

Mike Gould

Addie Chesson

November 27, 2020

Thank you so much for sharing these memories. Youngran was always so good to me and I have fond memories of her as well. Take care of each other and know that I am praying for you all.

Christine Moore

November 23, 2020

Jon,

My heart is filled with sadness for your loss. Please accept my deepest condolences. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Christine Moore

Gregg Engler

November 23, 2020

Jon,

Stacia and I are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Deepest condolences,
Gregg Engler

Cbiwoo PARK

November 21, 2020

아영란목녀님, 이제 고통이 없는 평안의 천국에서 주님과 함께 평안의 휴식을 취하고 계시리라 믿습니다.
목녀님과 함께 한 오랜 세월 잊지 못할 아름다운 추억입니다.
언제나 변함없이 보여주신 주님과 교회를 최우선으로 삼으신 모습 늘 기억하겠습니다.
사랑합니다.
박치우,박인배

Eric Rishel

November 20, 2020

Jon and Family,

Know that your friends and colleagues are thinking of you. I hope that provides a little comfortat this trying time.

Please let me know if you need anything.

Rosalinda Johnston

November 20, 2020

Our Mother Cristela R. Cardenas was her good friend from the Pasadena Post Office. Our Mom really loved and cherished their friendship which reminds me of an old song: “A friend’s a friend forever when the Lord’s the Lord of them”. I believe they are together looking over the balcony of heaven- peace and love.

Sue Ahn

November 20, 2020

세월의 무게를 ......
마음속 깊이 느낍니다.

항상 ....
우리 모두가 영원한 삶을 기원하며....
허우적 거리다가...
이렇게 갑자기 가신 고인을 대하니
아쉬움에...
숨 쉬기도 벅찹니다...

고인의 명복을 빕니다..

Darren Pohlmann

November 20, 2020

On behalf of me and my entire family, please accept our deepest condolences on your loss. Mrs. Lee leaves behind a wonderful legacy in her children, and I am blessed to work with one of them. Your entire family is in my thoughts and prayers.

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