Born On: October 15, 1953

Passed On: October 08, 2019

Lee R. Showers

Lee R. Showers, age 65 was born in Muskegon, Michigan to the late Leland and Reva Showers and passed away on October 8, 2019. Lee is survived by his eight siblings, Violet Stempel, Dolly Kissel, April Thompson, James Showers, Penny LaVassuer, Rose Showers, Randy (Janie) Showers, Andrew (Ginger) Showers; his canine companion, Biggie.   Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by three siblings, Marian Pearl, Barbara French, and Richard Showers; two brothers-in-law, David Kissel and John Thompson.  Lee was an avid woodworker who enjoyed riding his motorcycle.  Cremation has taken place and a Memorial Gathering will be held at Shoreline Memorial Services on Monday, October 14, 2019 from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. with a Sharing of Memories starting at 3:00 p.m.  In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to the family for expenses.  If you have pictures of Lee and would like them to be used in  a video tribute at the service, please email them to david@shorelinememorial.com  please send them in jpeg format. Thank you.

Memorial Gathering Information


Shoreline Memorial Services - Muskegon
137 E. Laketon Ave.
Muskegon, Michigan 49441

Date: Monday, October 14, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM - 04:00 PM

6 thoughts on “Lee R. Showers

  1. Julie Lynn Stone

    I’ve alwalys loved you LEE. Life brings us down different roads. I will see you again. GOD BLESS YOU.

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  2. Jamie Showers

    As you close your eyes in rest, may all your
    pain and troubles be lost forever.
    May you find paradise and a
    world of eternal life. . . <3
    I know you'll be passing out all of your delicious jerky "scooby snacks" in Heaven, in place of a Bud Light. 🙂
    Family, friends & I have all enjoyed the good times we've spent together at Pat's Roadhouse & listening to the boys play.
    I was told that you would challenge them to play songs they didn't know & one of your favorite's was " Runnin' Down A Dream."
    Growing up as a kid, I always looked forward to visiting with you at the house on langeland, excited when Mom & Dad said we're stopping by Uncle Lee's.
    So many memories.. Always admired your beautiful woodwork and your passion for it (horse was my favorite), the old Night Stalker you built, and you always made the best smoked salmon.
    ~ You will remain FOREVER in my heart. Rest In Peace, My Dear Uncle.

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    1. Jerry Showers

      Man I’m gonna miss stopping by to visit your ornery butt and then sharing stories, tears & Laughter!! I know you missed it bad, but Glad you were able to ride your cool bikes when you could out to enjoy some Delicious Pigroast & great memories shared with family & friends.
      I to remember when you used to sell your homemade Jerky ‘scooby snacks’ like bags of weed at Pat’s where I’ve met a few cool people through you and some great times! After our last visit I worried, but so glad you are pain free now and able to bring your loving heart to be with grandma again in heaven. Miss & love you Uncle Lee. RIP. ❤

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  3. Rose Showers

    Lee Lee,
    You were a great brother.
    I will truly miss you & our chats on the phone.
    I called your phone last night just to hear your voice, got your answering machine and it broke me up.
    Yessss, of course I left a message 🤣
    I will travel to Michigan to say farewell. I looked again at the silly card you sent me for Christmas 2018-2019
    I already bought you a singing Birthday card. I know you would love it. I got you a Moose keychain for your Bike “The Moose”
    A Bear belt buckle & some Fall towels for your kitchen.
    Damn Lee Lee, I am going to miss you big time 😢
    Hugggs to Mama & Dad for me.
    I love you, Sis Rosie
    (( Mr. Biggs is good and being taken care of, he misses you ))

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