Casdorph & Curry Funeral Home

110 B ST, Saint Albans, WV


Clarence Lee Kendrick

November 14, 1955May 14, 2020

CLARENCE LEE KENDRICK, 64, of St. Albans, passed away May 14, 2020, at his home.

He was born November 14, 1955, in South Charleston, the son of Margaret Louise Kendrick of St. Albans and the late Earl Kendrick.

Lee was retired from the Kroger Company with over 34 years of service. He was an avid fisherman.

In addition to his mother, he is survived by his brother, Earl Mathew Kendrick, of St. Albans, and his close friends, Mark and Alex.

And with honoring Lee's wishes, there will be no service.

Online condolences can be sent to the famly at www. casdoprhandcurry.com.


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Rebecca Stewart

May 18, 2020

I really knew your brother Earl, more than you as I was your neighborin StAlbans on Adams Avenue, but we both shared a love for animals. I was thrilled when you let me come see your birds, those beautiful Ma-caws. The bright reds and Blues, and you took fastidious care of them.WOW there were so manyof them..it was like going to the zoo. I know Earl will take good care of your dogs,3-paws and White-face and they will fit right in with their doggie relatives, Blue and Blackie. Forever may you rest in peace. Love,Becky

John Williams

May 17, 2020

Honestly, I did not know Lee (the class of 74 was the largest ever) but I am saddened to hear of his passing. We were born within two weeks of each other and no doubt our paths crossed many times at school, on bike routes through town, or in kid hangouts. I am betting he was part of a cohort that grew up in St. Albans that exhibited open minds, warm hearts, and extraordinary generosity. While I moved away after college, parts of my family remained in town. That meant periodic trips home. My sons often remarked at how nice people there are. I am betting Lee was among those good folks. May he Rest In Peace surrounded by Red Dragons and other kind spirits.

Teresa Eads

May 17, 2020

I went to grade school with Lee Kendrick, at Alban Elementary, in St. Albans, WV. I recall Lee as a likable, mischievous youngster, who had a way of pushing the teacher’s button... Rest In Peace, young man.

Paul Rogers

May 17, 2020

Sorry to hear Lee has passed away. I always enjoyed fishing with Lee and did so countless times. He myself and my father Bob went fishing several times and always did well and had more laughs than i could count. We hadn't fished together in many years esp. since i moved away and my father passed. Lee was an amazing fisherman and a good guy. I'll still think of him esp. when i "wet a line" . My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. Paul Rogers


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