David Lee

David Kai Yiu Lee, passed away on 26th August 2019, aged 53 years. Dearly loved husband to Sharon. Sadly missed by his Mum and Dad. Father to Jonathan. Dear Brother to Angela, Bernard and Esther. Uncle to Janis, Kevin, Jack and Harry. Beloved Brother-in-law to Jenny and Rob.

David will be missed by all his family and friends.

Funeral Service and Committal to be held on 27th September at Flintshire Crematorium at 11am. David’s family have asked that you wear an item of white clothing in his memory, as it is Chinese tradition.

Family flowers only please, however a donation in aid of Cancer Research would be gratefully received.

The Anderson Family have been entrusted with the arrangements. All enquiries to Anderson Family Run Funeral Directors, 11 Chester Road, Whitby Village, Ellesmere Port. Telephone: (0151) 357 2671

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12 responses to “David Lee”

  1. Steven sloan says:

    Dave you will be greatly missed, we are shocked and saddened by your sudden passing, until we meet again RIP my friend x

  2. Sharon Stapley-Jones says:

    Dear David

    I can’t believe you’re gone, life has been so cruel to take you away so early. I can’t believe we have lost such a patient, kind and giving soul. You were truly an asset to this world we live in. Always positive, caring and giving. You will be forever in our hearts and every thought. Forever missed. I thank Jehovah I got to meet you, sweet Sharon and Woody!

    See you in paradise my friend.


    Sharon, Gareth and Ada JOPEZ

  3. Loaf says:

    So sad.

    Safe onward journey from your friend Mr Loaf

  4. Anthony Leung says:

    David ,
    It was regrettable that your life was cut short so soon. Thank you so much for your memorable company as an old friend over all those fun years. You will be sorely missed by all of us who know you. Rest in peace, my friend.


  5. Clare Forshaw says:

    To be sat raising a glass with you one night, and gone so soon after. What a cruel world we live in. I feel blessed and fortunate to have known you, to have laughed with you.

    What a wonderful soul you were – you will be greatly missed. He only takes the best ❤️

    RIP David xx

  6. Ken So says:

    Dear David,

    We are extremely saddened to know you have gone. I treasured the wonderful time we had together in Liverpool. We started to become friends as we shared the same hobbies, snooker, ten pin bowling and driving, and you had also become a good friend of my family. You were and will always be an important friend in my life. Rest in peace my buddy…

    With love,

    Ken So

  7. Cliff Ennis says:

    Mr Lee. We have a mutual respect as health care professionals.
    You are the only dentist able to calm my fear of your profession.
    You always referred to me as “Big Cliff”.
    In my 27 years in the ambulance service, I have met very many amazing people and you are up there with the best of the best.
    A genuine person, a lovely gentleman.
    The world has lost a shining star and the heavens have gained a new one.

  8. Daniel Chow says:

    Dear David,

    It was a shock and sad news that you have gone. It was just a few weeks ago we had a meal together.You will be greatly missed at our usual dentist dinner!
    Rest in Peace


  9. Jo, Jess & Abbi says:

    Never expected this in a million years. Was only laughing and joking with David the week before getting this terrible news.
    Had the pleasure of working for David for 6 years. What a kind, caring gentleman he was. Nothing was too much trouble for him. He went out of his way (with Sharon of course) to support me after a cancer diagnosis. Honoured to be able to call him a friend.
    You will be missed by all David.
    Goodnight and God bless x

  10. Darrell Missen says:

    Still think of you to this day buddy, the miles we had put in developed a friendship so brief and ended too soon, love to your family and Sharon, every so many miles either swimming, cycling or running your little legs will be with me dude x now for a curry xx

  11. Soodi says:

    Hi David
    I was just thinking about you. I am so shocked to hear that you have passed away. I remember the days of playing Snooker in Glasgow and having our chats. I am glad to have known you my friend, just wish I had spent more time with you after we both qualified.
    I will see you soon and be ready to play again my dear friend.
    Rest in peace

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