Palm Southwest Mortuary

7979 W.Warm Springs Rd., Las Vegas, NV


Lee A. Stickney

August 12, 1947March 19, 2020

Lee A. Stickney, 72, passed away peacefully on Thursday, March 19, 2020 after a courageous battle with cancer. Lee leaves behind his wife, Marlene, a large loving family and many friends.

Lee was born and raised in Malden, MA, the son of Leroy and Helen Stickney. He served in the U.S. Army and moved to Las Vegas in 1972.

He retired from his electronic billing business to enjoy playing golf and being part of the golf community. He was a car enthusiast and loved to read. His greatest love and joy came from two little boys, Kolton and Gavin, his great nephews who he loved deeply.

There will be a celebration of Lee's life at a later date.


No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.


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Mary Kopp

March 23, 2020

Lee and Marlene were our neighbors for 18 years. During that time, we had the amazing opportunity in sharing happy memories and seeing our families grow, play and be safe. We remember Lee playing with Kolton and then Gavin. The boys would ride up and down our street with those super fancy cars, as Lee followed and watched them. Those little guys and Lee were having the time of their lives. We got to see the smiles and hear the laughter that are precious. Lee was a calming, strong presence in our lives. We felt safer just being neighbors with Lee and Marlene. He was a great man, deeply respected. We will all miss him dearly. Marlene, we love you and know that this is a difficult time. Please know we are here for you, always.

Tracy Pease

March 22, 2020

Lee Stickney was a kind man. He was helpful and ready to lend a hand in any capacity to neighbors, friends, and family.

Lee was a loving man especially where his sweetheart, Marlene was concerned. He could not have admired her more and “had her back” in every way.

Lee was a family man and enjoyed holidays with Marlene, Geoff and Jason; not to mention his in-laws, nieces and nephews and great nephews Kolton & Gavin. There wasn’t a visit I paid to him over the years that he didn’t start a conversation with the latest updates on those two boys. He enjoyed their company and they treasured him too.

Lee was, as many know, a golfer. He loved the sport, the camaraderie and the promise of a beautiful warm day and a good score.

Lee was well-read. He was an entrepreneur, creative, loved beauty, the outdoors and being productive. It’s no doubt he is and will continue to be missed by his family and friends.

May God grant a special comfort on his family as they mourn his loss , more importantly, celebrate his life.

Always Love
Tracy and The Family Pease

Bob Genzer

March 22, 2020

When I joined the Nevada State Seniors GC Lee was one of the first to welcome me and make me feel comfortable as a member. Over the years as we got to know each other my respect for Lee grew immensely. I've always thought I am a colorful guy but I could not hold a candle to Lee on the golf course. When I became a member of the Board Lee once again was there to make me feel comfortable. Over the past several years after I became President of the club Lee was always there to answer a question or to volunteer his time, even as his health deteriorated. In my book Lee was and will forever be the heart and soul of the NSSGC. Rest in Peace my friend!

Jim Maki

March 22, 2020

Lee was probably the first one to welcome me to the Nevada State Seniors golf club. He was always kind and considerate. He always asked how I was doing and really was sincere about my well being. We always had a great time on the course and he never looked down on anyone that couldn't golf as well as he. If you asked him for guidance he would make recommendations and would help you anyway he could. I will miss Lee and all the good times we had. Rest in peace brother.

Marissa and Johnny Zuniga

March 22, 2020

To Uncle Lee,
We cherish the times we got to spend with you. Thank you for being so caring and loving to us! You will be missed dearly. Rest easy uncle Lee.

Love forever,
Johnny, Marissa, Juliana and Jordan Zuniga

Shane Sanchez

March 22, 2020

On behalf of the entire staff @ Palm Valley Golf Club and Highland Falls Golf Club we would like to wish the family our deepest condolences. Lee was a great person and will deeply be missed. He definitely loved golf as this was definitely one of his finest passions. We had the privilege to see Lee 2 to 3 times a week when he played. He was always up to date on anything to do with golf. He was also one of the best dressed golfers that walked through our doors. Again, Lee will be deeply be missed. God bless.

Erin Montella

March 22, 2020

Uncle Lee , you will be truly missed . Thank you for being a great husband to Aunt Marlene while you were on this earth . We will Celebrate Your Life Soon . Enjoy Golfing in Heaven . .......Rest In Peace . .... Love , Erin

Mike Landry

March 22, 2020

I have known and played golf with Lee for 20 years and have always enjoyed being paired with him and his partner when we played Nevada State Seniors G.C. events. Lee worked tirelessly for many years in the club as Board Member, President, Tournament Director, Rules Official and other capacity. Lee always arrived first at the course, dressed as sharply as any golfer I've seen and prepared to play. Lee always found a way to win the big tournaments, the ones that meant the most such as the Club Championship - he was always humble about it. Lee was a great golfer and a great person to be around and will be missed. Rest in Piece Lee.

Dave Mead

March 22, 2020

Lee was gentleman first class. I will cherish the memory of the many times I had the privilege of playing golf with him. He will be greatly missed.

Don Darling

March 22, 2020

I didn’t get to know lee as well as I should have, but I did run into him enough at the golf course to know he was a super good man, super good dresser and a super good golfer. Hit em long and straight my man, we will play again some day.