Mee Lun Chin Lee

June 5, 1938March 5, 2018

Beautiful and loving mother, sister, and grandmother, Marilyn Lee (Mee Lun Chin Lee), of Hull, age 79, passed away peacefully on Monday, March 5, 2018.

Marilyn, a long-time resident of Hull, was a restauranteur with her parents Albert and Ting Sin Chin, late husband Benny Lee, older sister Mabel Lee, and Mabel’s late husband John Ming Lee. Family owned and operated. They all worked at Sar Ho Village, a Chinese Food restaurant, located on the corner of Nantasket Avenue and K Street. Marilyn, with her late husband Benny, then became owners of Al’s Spaghetti House for the next 12 years. Finally retiring in 2011, after working at the famous cymbal manufacturer, Zildjian.

Marilyn loved gardening. She especially loved red and yellow roses, peonies, and tulips. Marilyn is survived by; daughter Marjorie Cooper; son-in-law Thomas Cooper; son Henry Lee; son Larry Lee; grandson Matthew Cooper; grandson Alex Cooper; sister Mee Har Chin (Mabel Lee); nephew Philip Lee; nephew Kenny Lee; and nephew Joseph Lee.

A visitation for Marilyn will be held Thursday, March 22, 2018 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Deware Funeral Home, 576 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA 02170.

Funeral Friday, March 23 from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM at the funeral home.

Procession to Blue Hill Cemetery in Braintree will follow.


  • Marjorie Cooper, Daughter
  • Thomas Cooper, Son-in-law
  • Henry Lee, Son
  • Larry Lee, Son
  • Matthew Cooper, Grandson
  • Alex Cooper, Grandson
  • Mee Har Chin, Sister
  • Philip Lee, Nephew
  • Kenneth Lee, Nephew
  • Joseph Lee, Nephew


  • Visitation Thursday, March 22, 2018
  • Funeral Friday, March 23, 2018

Mee Lun Chin Lee

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Donna and Richard Smiddy

March 21, 2018

We remember the loving dedication Mrs.Lee gave to her son Henry.How she treated our family with such love and respect,paying special attention to Linda Sulcer our disabled sister.Always opening her heart and home to her.
I particularly remember her visit to Linda in the hospital.She had to walk very far to get to Linda’s room.She came bringing sweets for everyone .I know her body was very weak,But she was determined to see Linda and our family, to tell us she loved us,and she thank ed us for taking care of Henry. That was the last time I saw her ,in Oct 2017.I will always remember her kind Sweet beautiful eyes and smiles. And how they illuminated with love in her heart for all.