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Chuck Lee

October 22, 1944 - August 19, 2014
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Chuck Lee As a teen, he was a competitive swimmer, winning many medals. His best stroke was the butterfly. Besides swimming, he was a weight lifter. He managed an auto mechanic repair shop and was good at repairing vehicles. He came to the US in 1976 and worked at the World Expo in Spokane, Washington. His aunt, who lived in New York introduced Chuck an Rosalyn; they married in 1979. Chuck supported 6 younger siblings when they arrived in the US. He didn't Want the siblings to join him in New York, but stayed in Seattle because he felt New York was too unstable, and fear his siblings may fall into the wrong crowd. Chuck worked briefly...
Chuck Lee

As a teen, he was a competitive swimmer, winning many medals.
His best stroke was the butterfly. Besides swimming, he was a weight lifter.
He managed an auto mechanic repair shop and was good at repairing vehicles.
He came to the US in 1976 and worked at the World Expo in Spokane, Washington.
His aunt, who lived in New York introduced Chuck an Rosalyn; they married in 1979.
Chuck supported 6 younger siblings when they arrived in the US. He didn't
Want the siblings to join him in New York, but stayed in Seattle because he felt
New York was too unstable, and fear his siblings may fall into the wrong crowd.
Chuck worked briefly at a gift shop in the World Trade Center.
He was a Chef for numerous restaurants around Seattle. To name a few are
Tai Ho, North China, 7 Seas, China Gate, Royal Unicorn, New Luck Toy.
When Vince and Stephanie were children, being a Chef kept him working long
hours, six days a week. Yet on his days off, he made certain he spent much of his time with
both of them. Taking time to take both children to places such as Seward Park and swim
lessons. Chuck and Rozalyn bought their first home in South Seattle. They also lived in
Edmonds, Mukilteo and currently Bothell.



Arrangements under the direction of Sunset Hills Funeral Home, Bellevue, WA.

"Dearest Roz, deepest sympathy to you and your children. Love Luana, Brian and Tiana" Luana Sifuents (Lynnwood, WA)

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