Kelley – Aubrey Lee (Al)

steph_-_CopyFuneral Service 4pm Sunday November 30, 2014 at Crowder Funeral Home in Webster. Grave side service 1pm Monday, December 1, 2014 at Magnolia Cemetery, Westlake, Louisiana.

Kelley – Aubrey Lee (Al) died peacefully after a courageous battle with Cancer, on November 24, 2014 in Kemah, TX. He was born on August 26, 1948 in Westlake, Louisiana; where he attended Westlake High school.  Aubrey is survived by his children James, Michael, Stephanie and Sabrina; his grandchildren TJ, Kasey, Josh, Cody, Ashlynn, Emmalynn and Naveh. He will be missed by many other relatives and friends. Aubrey enjoyed the water and everything that came with it. He had a passion for fast boats, sports cars and racing dragsters. In addition to being an exuberant family man, he also loved taking care of his many businesses.  Above all, Aubrey’s passion for life, friends and family will be missed the most.


  1. My Deepest Sympathy to Al’s family for your loss, you’re in my prayers.

    Al was a great friend, awesome car guy, and fabulous businessman. His children were his life, and was exceptionally proud of each for their personal accomplishments and success.

    But when conversation came to his grandchildren, his voice would change. He’d get all excited and emotional with pride as he spoke of them…”They call me Grandpa!” His pride could hardly be to contained when he said it. absolutely overwhelmed at how happy they made him…so very precious and special they were to him.

    We shared a mutual love of cars, racing, the water, boats, and we sure enjoyed the Cajun food…he sure was a crazy Coon Cajun!

    We loved to laugh, and Al left me with some great memories. I’m honored to have crossed paths with Al along our journey in life…I’ll always smile when I think of him.

    RIP my friend.
    God Bless

    David Waldroff
  2. I wish I had met Al many years ago, but cherish having known him at all, however briefly. He was the most amazing man! Seems like he always had plans A, B, and C. Sadly, no one can plan when cancer takes over, but he sure tried.

    To his children I can only say you’ve been cheated, but oh how you were blessed.
    May God may ease your loss.

    My Deepest Sympathy,

    Leigh Asher
  3. I knew Aubrey very well in the sixties when we and other friends of ours hung around together for a couple of years. He had a Dodge back then and we were
    always riding together cruising the streets of Lake Charles, La. . He loved speed which carried over, obviously, to his adult life with his love of racing. I wanted so bad for many years to talk to him again and meet with him but I just didn’t know how to get in touch. I wrote a large article for the Lake Charles American Press years ago wherein I mentioned Aubrey and some of the fun things we did as youths. If the family would like for me to get them a copy of the article, please email me at He was one of the guys I never forgot and boy, did we have fun in those days. I will pass his passing along to the other friends of mine who hung with us. He was a good guy and will be missed greatly. Only wish we could have reunited. He was such a good friend.

    Jack Ware

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