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Jeffrey Scott Lee

August 21, 1973 - August 06, 2021

Jeffrey Scott Lee

August 21, 1973 - August 06, 2021

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Obituary For Jeffrey Scott Lee

Jeffrey Scott Lee, 47, of Peabody, died on Friday, August 6, 2021, at his residence surrounded by his loving family after fighting a 15-month battle with cancer. He was born in Beverly, MA on August 21, 1973, the son of Terry and Donna (Wilchinski) Lee and had resided in Peabody most of his life.

He was a graduate of Peabody Veterans Memorial High School in 1991 and played left tackle on the undefeated Peabody High School Football team that won the Division One Super Bowl in 1990. He was so proud to have the opportunity to have played with his fellow teammates and his amazing coaches, especially Edward Nizwontowski “Coach Niz”.

Jeff grew up loving motorcycles, cars and trucks, his favorite car being the Cadillac. When he was young, he loved going to car, truck and motorcycle shows with his brother and his dad. He went on to become the proprietor of Jeff Lee’s Trucking and was a heavy equipment operator.

During his illness, he became cognizant of his love and desire to be with his family and what it meant to him. On his way back from the hospital procedures with his dad, he enjoyed listening to the Beach Boys that made him understand the harmony and the calmness he felt.

He was the nephew of Coley Lee who the Peabody Veterans High School football field is named after. His football Jersey Number 56 that he proudly wore as well as his grandfather, his dad and his uncle Coley all wore is now retired and hangs above the entrance for the players.

He is survived by his parents, Terry Lee of Peabody, and Donna Lee of Beverly, a brother and sister in law, Terence and Bobbie Lee of Peabody, a sister, Melissa Lee of Beverly, his loving companion, Dawn Evitts of Peabody and her son Anthony ,a nephew, Terence Lee of Peabody, a niece, Kaylee Lee of Beverly, his aunts and uncles Betsy (Lee) Merry and Peter Merry of Salem, , Ed and Sally Wichinski of Dover, Delaware, Bill and Judy (Wilchinski) George of Beverly, Linda Wilchinski of Rochester, NH, many cousins and extended family and so many close friends that he called his brothers and sisters. Jeff took so much pride in raising Lexington and Colten Cole after their mom, Jennifer Eppinger Cole and his fiancé companion passed in 2008. He also had a strong father-son relationship with Chris Moutsoulas.

There will be a Celebration of life to be held later. His family asks that you have a good memory of him and have a libation in his memory. Assisting the family with arrangements is the Conway, Cahill-Brodeur Funeral home of Peabody. For guest book, please visit www.ccbfuneral.com

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  • Sending sympathy, prayers and love to the family and friends. You are in our thoughts. The Hardings

  • I'm so very sorry to here of Jeff's passing . Dawn and family I'm so very sorry I will always remember the fun times we had at Saint Johns School, that is when I first met Jeff and my face always hurt from laughing ! I am thinking of you all Karen Herrington (Ginsberg)

  • Terry and Donna so sorry for your loss. George Gately

  • Jeff, I always loved catching up with you whenever Colten and Pat Jr shared a sports or social event, or whenever they got themselves into a bind! We love Colten and our door is open to him always. You were a great Dad to him and Lex, you will be missed. ❤️

  • Jeff...you were one in a million. Your love, kindness, thoughtfulness and caring will stay with me forever. While I was not your biological aunt, you called me "Auntie". I've read and reread every text you've sent to me...always ending with "love you". I will watch over Dawn and your boys...they are heartbroken 💔 as am I. Love you, Auntie

  • My friend Jeff I feel lucky to have known you in this lifetime. We became fast friends, and always had a blast together. One of the best times we shared together was the Nelsons Benefit ride. We rode Harleys all afternoon we were side by side the entire ride.We ended up at the Topsfield fair grounds and partied like rock stars. The bands were playing, food was great, and plenty of drinks. I am so glad to have shared that experience with you. I'm sure going to miss you Buddy Boy. But we will meet again love you! Christopher Thompson

  • I send my condolences. I am very sorry for your loss. God bless. Joanne Buckley

  • Big Jeff !!!! Going to miss you buddy. You would always come to the barbershop with 2 pounds of hair gel on and I would still manage to cut it hahaha. Always crazy stories from you. Legends Never Die

  • So very sorry to hear of Jeffrey's passing. Please know that the entire Lee family is in my thoughts and prayers. Gone too soon, may you rest in eternal peace Jeff. May all the wonderful memories help to sustain you during this difficult time. XO - Karen (George) Bradley

  • Terry & Donna, So very sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace.

  • So sorry to hear of Jeff's passing. He was one of my first friends at St.John's and we spent many years driving the nuns nuts. He was a kind, thoughtful and really funny man. May his memory be a blessing to his family. RIP, Jeff. -Josh Schulze

  • Jeffrey! You were a great man and a great friend, loved our long random crazy talks and our similar interest. Bang them gears in heaven drivah! Gonna miss you big dog. Rest easy brother

  • Terry, Donna and family, so very sorry to read this. My heart is with you at such a sad time. God bless. Janet Yelverton McDonald

  • Our hearts feel your pain and share your grief. Jeff's obituary was a beautiful and fitting tribute to him. We know how much he will be missed, but pray your memories and knowing his pain has ended will bring solace and peace to all of you. You are in hearts and prayers. Edziu & Patty

  • Thinking of all of the Lee family at this very sad time. May you find comfort in knowing Jeffrey is at peace Deepest sympathies are being sent

  • Jeff! You were the epitome of "original" that is why I loved you always yourself and on your terms

  • I'm very sorry for your loss terry terrnce and Donna we had our differences I'm the past but Jeff and I still remained close friends I filed his unemployment for him cuz he got so frustrated with it and we had some fresh laughs he will truely be missed by all Sincerely. David pare'. God speed my friend until we meet again

  • I remember the fun times at the "farm" and Milton Three Ponds in Maine with our families and the times visiting the Lees at 2 1/2 Fountain.

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