Lee Bertha McGee, 58, of Killeen passed away on August 26, 2021, due to an illness at a local hospital with her three children by her side.
A memorial service will be held on Friday, September 3, 2021, at 2 PM at Crotty Funeral Home & Cremation Services.
Lee McGee was born on May 18, 1963 to LeRoy and Leola McGee in Sumner, Mississippi. When she was young McGee used to love playing basketball and even played it in school. McGee graduated from West Tallahatchie High School in 1980. She then went on to be a correctional officer at the state penitentiary for 23 years before her retirement. McGee had a love for reading romance novels, knitting from time to time, and enjoyed playing her favorite games, The Sims and Farmville.
McGee is preceded in death by her brothers, Percy Miller and Earnest McGee; her father, LeRoy McGee; and her sister-in-law, Essie McGee.
She is survived by her mother, Leola McGee of Tutwiler, MS; her three daughters, Rosezellar McGee of Killeen, LaSondra McGee of Sun Prairie, WI, and Quarnita McGee of Killeen; her daughter-in-law, Aisha McGee; her five sisters, Lorean Willingham of Tutwiler, MS, Hattie Givens, Julie Brown, both of Clarksdale, MS, Patricia Young of Webb, MS, and Vanzie Davis of Hornlake, MS; her four brothers, Eddie McGee, Roger McGee, both of Tutwiler, MS, Milton McGee of Tutwiler, MS, and Sherman McGee of El Paso; her four brother-in-laws, Jimmy Willingham of Tutwiler, MS, Willie Brown of Clarksdale, MS, Leland Young of Webb, MS and Joe Davis of Hornlake, MS; her three sister-in-laws, Essie McGee, Natalie McGee, and Cyeniceia McGee of Tutwiler, MS; her three grandchildren, Anquine, Shermond and Riley; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Notes from her family:
Our Hearts are ton into a million
pieces. We knew this day would come
but not this soon. Nothing could prepare
us for this day, we had good times, we
had bad times, but through it all we loved
you. Our hearts are broken, this pain cuts
deep but we know God needed you, Bee.
Even though we are sad and will miss you
dearly, we find comfort knowing you are
Lorean, Hattie, Julie, Trisha, and Vanzie
Dear gma, we are very sad and deeply heartbroken that you're gone. Honestly, I still can't believe it and I still expect to see you when I come over. Although we're sad, we're also very lucky and grateful we got to have as much time with you as we did. Also, I'm happy you got to see us all grow up pretty much. We love you forever and ever and of course never gonna forget you no matter what.
Love KiKi, Sharmond and Riley
Arrangements have been entrusted with Crotty Funeral Home & Cremation Services.
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