OBITUARY

Willson Le

August 8, 1954April 2, 2021

Willson Le, age 66, of La Puente, California passed away on Friday, April 2, 2021. Willson was born August 8, 1954.

A visitation for Willson will be held Tuesday, April 27, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Pierce Brothers Turner & Stevens Mortuary, 1136 East Las Tunas Drive, San Gabriel, CA 91776, followed by a prayer service from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.PBturnerstevens.com for the Le family.

Services

27 April

Visitation

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Pierce Brothers Turner & Stevens Mortuary

1136 East Las Tunas Drive
San Gabriel, CA 91776

27 April

Prayer Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Pierce Brothers Turner & Stevens Mortuary

1136 East Las Tunas Drive
San Gabriel, CA 91776

Memories

Willson Le

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Vi Do

April 10, 2021

Grandpa was a very sweet and caring person. Looking back at his pictures, his happy smile is so contagious that also makes me smile instead of being sad. One thing I admire is how he would build stuff for grandma. I find it cool that he can build from scratch and find the right materials to make it work. Their backyard isn’t exactly “pretty" but I like it because of all the hard work that was put into it. I find it unique and creative because I probably would’ve used YT to watch DIY crafts. I remember when I was searching for them one night and I found them outside laying on the two hammocks with a dim light near them. They were talking and enjoying the moment together. It was cute and made me happy.
When my family and I used to live with grandparents, grandpa would help grandma take care of me, Andrew, Benson, Jasilynn, Kenny, Calvin, and Kris. I vaguely remember the memories I’ve shared with him when I was younger, but I do remember him taking us to many places in his old van. I loved that van and I still remember the unique smell it had. The van held a lot of childhood memories like when he took us to Pala or that large Asian supermarket to eat duck eggs and other food. When my family and I went with grandparents to Pala, he would always buy food for me and Andrew. He cared so much that he would sleep on the floor and refused to sleep on the bed because he wanted us to be comfortable.
He was always there for me. I’m sad that he won't be here for my college graduation, but it’s ok because he would be proud of every one of us for any graduation and success we make in life.
He helped raise me into who I am today. While grandma teaches me to be strong by teasing me (she still does this and makes me want to cry sometimes lol), grandpa taught me how to be a kind, caring, and loving person and I’ll never forget that. I’ll always cherish the moments spent with him and I'm grateful for everything he has done for me. I will miss him dearly.


FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY