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2969 Baseline Road
Boulder, CO 80303
Phone: (303) 440-3960
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Christopher Lee

Christopher John Lee

Wednesday, August 26th, 1970 - Monday, June 7th, 2021
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Christopher J. Lee
Christopher John Lee died on June 7, 2021 suddenly
of a heart attack at age 50. Chris was born on August
26, 1970 to Jack and Jean Lee and raised in Marlboro,
Massachusetts. His greatest joy in life was being a
husband and father. He found the love of his life
volunteering in Selma, Alabama with the Edmundite
Mission Corps and continued to be very involved with
this mission as Vice-Chair of the Board of the
Edmundite Southern Missions. He graduated from St.
Michaels College in Colchester, VT in 1993, where he
found his lifelong crew of friends. Chris married
Katherine Carrane Lee (Katie) on July 6, 1996 in
Colchester, VT, and they began their beautiful married
journey together, starting in Vermont and finally arriving
in Louisville, CO in November of 2000 where they
settled and raised their three children, twin sons, Jack
and Owen, and daughter, Lily. Chris loved being a
family man, whether it was spending time with his
family at home, on the bike trails with Owen, cheering
on Jack at his baseball games, watching the Marvel
Cinematic Universe with Lily, having a drink with Katie
on the back deck, or a family trip to Disney World or
even Ikea, he was happiest just being by their sides.
Only second to his family was Chris’s passion for all
things active. The more rigorous the climb the better.
From riding up Flagstaff mountain to the Wednesday
morning BOD rides in Louisville with the Cycle Cross
enthusiasts, he was a tremendous athlete and
competitor and the absolute best companion to have
on the roads or trails, always leading the way and
encouraging others to keep going.
He dedicated his professional life to helping others
when he chose a career in healthcare that spanned
over 25 years. Not only was he a whiz with
technology, but he had the most sincere nature, always
committed to his staff and concerned for the wellbeing
of others. His healthcare career began with IDX
Healthcare Solutions in Vermont which led him to his
tenure at SCL Health, which included opening the
Medical Imaging Department at Good Samaritan
Hospital in Lafayette, CO. The past five years he
poured his heart into leading The Colorado Visiting
Nurses Association as President and CEO, which
gratefully led him to embarking on an exciting new
chapter in his life, creating his business, Pro Solution
Health, as an independent healthcare consultant.
Chris is survived by his wife, Katie; his three children,
Jack, Owen and Lily; his parents Jack and Jean Lee;
his brother Michael Lee (Chip); and his local family by
marriage, Molly Carrane Pieper (Bryan); his niece
Maggie and nephews, Jimmy and Rory.
Please think of Chris when you raise a glass, go out for
a ride, cheer your kids on at a game, watch a good
movie and look up at the stars, he’s always with us in
our hearts.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a college
scholarship fund for the Lee children at

https://tinyurl.com/Leefund

A Mass, open to all, will be held at St. Thomas Aquinas
University Parish, 898 14th Street, Boulder CO 80302
at 10 a.m. on Friday, June 18, 2021.
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    Friday, June 18th, 2021 | 10:00am
    When
    Friday, June 18th, 2021 10:00am
    Location
    Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
    Address
    898 14th Street
    BOULDER, CO 80302
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Rosemary Scarlata

Posted at 02:26pm
Chris was one of the best managers anyone could have ever asked for!
During my time at Good Sams, Chris always had an open door policy.. he never made you feel that he didn’t have time for you, just the opposite.. he was always happy to see you and interested in whatever it was you needed to talk to him about..
One of the things that Chris stick out in my memory about Chris was his diligence when it came to writing out thank you cards to us ..the Staff . Whenever we got a patient compliment he made a point of personally writing us a note, letting us know we had positive feedback, letting us know what the patient said and thanking us.. I to this day have never had a manager take these extra steps to let us know we were appreciated and valued!
I recently found a stack of these cards from Chris.. re- reading these made me realize how much he did care about all of us at GS. I will always cherish these notes
Chris was a class act though and through!!
How much he will be missed is beyond words
As is the affect he had on my life as someone who was luck enough to say I knew him.
Godspeed Chris
JC

Justine Campbell

Posted at 01:30pm
I was fortunate enough to work under Chris's leadership at Good Samaritan. The memory that stands out most is his daily visits to every single imaging department. He did this to see how we were doing and to gather feedback. He did this often enough to the point where we were no longer simply complaining; he inspired and encouraged us to come up with creative solutions. Chris was calm, reliable, consistent, honest, and supportive. He didn't have a personal agenda or play favourites. You could tell he really cared about us, our patients, and our journey. A remarkable leader and role model, he left an indelible, positive imprint on my professional life. I will never forget him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
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John Beeble

Posted at 11:19am
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