Allan Russell Lee

9th October 1924 - 12th November 2020
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J Fraser and Sons Chapel, Cnr. Esk and Doon Streets, Invercargill
18 November 2020, 2:00PM

LEE, Allan Russell. Aged 96 of Invercargill (formerly of Bluff) Passed away at Southland Hospital on Thursday 12th November 2020. Much loved husband of the late Alison and Father and Father-In-Law of Marilyn & Russell Baird; Barbara & Brett Goodall (Auckland), and Elizabeth Lee (Ireland). Loved Grandpop and Great Grandpop of Hayden & Nafeesa; Callum, Tarryn & Billy; Keegan, Tahnya & Kheit; Alex & Nina. Loved Brother & Brother-In-Law of June* & Larry* Featherstone; Joyce* & Bill* Swarbrick; Muriel* & Happy* Hawkins; May* & Jock* Henderson; Sandy* & Jean* McQueen; Dave* & Alma* McQueen; John* McQueen; Rayma & Jimmy* McQueen; Avril* & Ken* Hazlett and Jo & Derek Ball. *Denotes Deceased. Loved uncle of all his nieces and nephews. A service to celebrate Allan’s life will be held in J Fraser & Sons Chapel, cnr Esk & Doon Streets, Invercargill, at 2pm, on Wednesday 18 November. Followed by private cremation. In lieu of flowers donations to Hospice Southland would be appreciated and can be made at the service. Messages can be sent to 433 Bainfield Rd, RD2, Invercargill 9872 or to Allan’s tribute page at 


Rest In Peace and love Mr Lee
Condolences to the families during this sad time . Great childhood memories of Alison and Allan in Ophir and in Bluff ,remembering their kindness and warmth shown to us kids
Margot Black, Christchurch
Lovely memories from our childhood in Raymond St and getting rides to Bluff Primary School on days to rough for him to go out Oystering.
The last link in the chain of that generation has been broken ..... I
like to imagine our Mums and Dads in their ball finery dancing and enjoying themselves as they were in their youth .
Thinking of you Marilyn, Barb and Elizabeth and your families.
Margaret Baillie ( née Denny), Riverton
Sincere condolences to the Lee family. Debbie and myself will miss the ever smiling faces of Allan and Alison at the Alexandra camp. Rest well our dear friends. Wayne and Debbie Harper Winton
Wayne Harper , Winton