Cynthia Gong Lee
June 15, 1922 – May 16, 2019
Cynthia Gong Lee, long-time resident of Sacramento, California was born in Stockton, California, passed away Thursday, May 16, 2019. She was 96 years old. She was married to Frank L. Lee from 1952 till his passing in 2000. They have owned Galt Supermarket for the past 50 years.
Cynthia loved traveling, knitting and crocheting, sewing, cooking and spending time in the garden and loved all flowers. Cynthia had a natural beauty, easy social grace, even temperament, and a playful sense of humor. She made many friends at acc senior lunches.
She leaves behind her beloved family, friends, and community. Her family includes four children and four grandchildren: Valen Lee and wife Lynn Luk Lee their children Valerie (San Diego) and Wesley Lee, Janet Lee Hom and husband James Hom their children Catherine and Kevin Hom and wife Carol Hom, Randolph Lee (Hawaii) and wife Colleen Cullen Lee(Hawaii). Bruce Lee and life partner Richard Wilson.
Join us in Celebrating Her Life Friday, May 31st at 10:15 am
Location: Harry A. Nauman & Son 4041 Freeport Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95822
In lieu of flowers please send a donation to: acc Senior Services 7334 Park City Drive Sacramento, CA 95831
- Memorial Service Friday, May 31, 2019
Cynthia Gong Lee
June 2, 2019
I am so sorry for your great loss. She was a special lady and so well loved by all. You all took such good care of her, taking her places, including her in your lives and giving her the attention she deserved for being a wonderful, mother, grandmother and friend. I would not have had the opportunities to do the activities and have the circle of friends that I have if not for Cynthia introducing me initially to Belle Coolidge. Her lose will be felt for a long time, but the great memories will remain forever.
I was very sad I couldn’t join all of you fir her memorial and celebration of life due to gealth restraints, but I was with you in spirit. Lovingly, Ellen Lewis
May 24, 2019
I miss you very much Mom, you were always kind hearted, gentle, and loving. I know you and Dad are together forever.
Love you always your youngest son,
May 24, 2019
Mom, "Cynthia" will forever be missed. Especially at Halloween time and going to Thunder Valley Casino. She was SO funny, we always laughed when ever she would win, her comment was always the same....."all that and that is all I got?". Sometimes she would win 100's of dollars and was still disappointed. Every Halloween, we would always dress her up as "the nice, Pretty Witch" and never the bloody and scary one, like we always were. I'll never forget her teaching me how to use a Singer sewing machine, and taking her to Belle Coolidge every Friday for craft class.....or going to Joann's Fabrics and then we would always get in trouble from Janet because mom would always bring 20, 30 or even more of the free TEAR away patterns, knowing she would never get around to them. We loved you dearly, and it is with heavy hearts that we say "Goodbye". Richard and Bruce