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Lee Jay Robertson

Lee Jay Robertson, father, son, grandson, and uncle. Lee Jay was the light in the lives of many. Lee Jay was born June 9th, 1982 at St. Peter's Hospital in Olympia, WA to Julie Stites and Paul Robertson.

Lee Jay sadly passed away June 8th, 2024. Lee graduated high school in the class of 2000. After high school, Lee went on to do a multitude of things; working in a fishery, a Cutco salesman, a roofer, a handyman, but where he really felt at home was portraying his skills as a carpenter; building many houses and remodeling many as well taking the dreams of those he worked for and making them a reality. He was a humble, hilarious, and witty man who lived more years than his age reflected. He loved everything sports, always staying up to date with the Seahawks and Mariners, making it to a game or two each season. He loved being outdoors where he spent a lot of time in recent years hiking, camping, fishing and kayaking. He instantly lit up any room he walked into, friends and strangers alike. His humor, undying wit, and outgoing spirit were second to none. He could befriend anyone. Lee you loved many and many loved you. We will miss you deeply.

Lee is preceded in death by grandmother Shirley Stites and succeeded by grandfather Jesse Stites, mother Julie Stites, father Paul Robertson, stepmother Lorena Robertson, brother Nolan Coker, daughters Tryssa Robertson and Evelyn Robertson, nephew Barrett Coker and so many more friends and family who loved him and will miss him very much.

There will be a Celebration of Life at a later date to be determined.


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