OBITUARY

Dr. Lee Samuel Eagle

December 9, 1930July 10, 2018

Lee Samuel Eagle was born on December 9, 1930 in Miamisburg, Ohio and passed away on July 10, 2018 in Dayton, Ohio

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Dr. Lee Samuel Eagle

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diane karacia

July 15, 2018

dr eagle was my dentist for a long time he was very kind and gentle so sorry for your loss

Sherry Barrett

July 13, 2018

Lee will be remembered as my dentist, my grandparents neighbor and the father of my brother’s friend, Mark. I use to babysit the kids. His son and daughter-in-law, John and Debby, fostered the dog I adopted. Have known him most of my life.........a friendly person. Our lives have been intertwined for years.

Lorraine Kessler

July 12, 2018

We feel blessed to have purchased Lee's Bear lake home. Although we only met Lee at the transition of ownership, we could see the sparkle in his eyes and feel his love for the place he built. At the precise moment we took the keys from Jean and Lee, and eagle soared directly above. We took this as a good omen, a "God wink." and named the home Eagles Landing in tribute.
Our sympathies to Lee's family and many friends. I've enjoyed reading your memories of Lee. May he ski many slopes and fish many waters in heaven.

Walter Buchsieb

July 11, 2018

We were Ohio State University Dental School classmates and antique car enthusiasts together and planned a meet in downtown Dayton many years ago for the ohio Antique Automobile Club. Walter and Betty Buchsieb

Nancy Bernheisel

July 11, 2018

So many memories of Lee and his family! Where would I even begin. School, Church, Work, Vacation at Bear Lake Michigan. My husband Gary & he worked on the antique cars, went fishing in Canada and played cards over the years. So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you John, Mark and Linda. We had some good times and memories.

Nancy Bernheisel

July 11, 2018

So many memories of Lee and his family! Where would I even begin. School, Church, Work, Vacation at Bear Lake Michigan. My husband Gary & he worked on the antique cars, went fishing in Canada and played cards over the years. So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you John, Mark and Linda. We had some good times and memories.

FROM THE FAMILY