Kenneth Wayne Lee

leeKenneth Wayne Lee was born September 27, 1952 in Houston, TX and passed away on October 30, 2016. Mr. Lee was a lifelong resident of Friendswood, TX and worked for 25 years at College of the Mainland.

Mr. Lee is preceded in death by his parents, Allen and Mary Lee. He is survived by his son, Tyler Lee; and daughter, Kendall Johnson and husband, Jake. He is also survived by his sisters, Glennie Hefner and husband, David; Angelin Floyd and husband, David; Linda Lannen and husband, Pat; and Connie Shark; loving aunts and an uncle; many nieces and nephews; his step daughter, Sarah Trainer and husband, Trey; and the mother of his children, Jana Lee.

Mr. Lee loved his children and spending time following them in sports and teaching them to enjoy and appreciate hunting and fishing and the simple things in life. His favorite pastimes were spending time with friends and family, fishing and driving on an open road.

There will be a memorial service on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 at 2pm at Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland, Texas.

The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made to: Camp Hope, P.O. Box 690748, Houston, TX 77269,



  1. Sorry to hear of Kenneth’s passing. My deepest sympathy to all of his family.

    Tania Romain Reames
  2. My prayers and sympathy to Kenneth’s family.

    Patricia Nowak
  3. We knew Ken at COM where he was an honest soul, a hard worker and professional throughout.I am sorry to hear of his passing. We could use a few more more Ken Lees in this world. We will keep him and his family in our prayers.

    Jim and Laura Higgins
  4. I worked with Ken at College and the Mainland. He was always willing to help in any way possible. I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers for comfort during this time to his family.

    Andrea Fillip
  5. Praying for the Lee family. I knew Ken from COM and he was always very helpful and kind. Whenever I had problems in my labs he would always come to the rescue and always did a quality job. Such a nice man!

    Coleena Jackson
  6. My condolences to Ken’s family. I knew Ken while I served as Director of the nursing department at COM. I could always depend on him to follow through and meet any maintenance needs of our department in a professional and timely manner. A great person!

    Gay Reeves
  7. Sorry for you loss, as others have said Ken was a good man, hard working and honest

    Duke Drewry
  8. Ken and I worked together for several years at COM. He was a good person to work with. I pray for the well being of his family and the treasured memories they will have of a loved family member and a good man.

    Henry Pope
  9. Kenneth was always available to help us out at the Child Development Lab at COM. He will be missed. Kay Magee Smith

    Kay Magee Smith
  10. Sorry to hear of Kenneth’s passing. My deepest sympathy to all of his family.
    We worked together for years and I know how deeply he loved his children.

    Becky Rodriguez

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