Joshua Adam Lee was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on May 22, 1992 to Samuel and Tabitha Hall Lee. He had lived in Oklahoma all of his life. He graduated with honors from Ripley High School in 2010 where he had been an active FFA member who received multiple awards and citations and was very successful in the speech competitions. He was a very talented young man. Josh began his love for cooking as a manager with Sonic. To further his passion and to pursue his dream of becoming a professional chef, he attended The Culinary Art Institute of Dallas. He was a charismatic and loving person who loved spending time in the kitchen preparing meals for family and friends. At one time he worked for and supervised crews for the family owned business, Lucky Stripe, LLC. There was never a time Josh couldn’t put a smile on your face. He had a beautiful goofiness in his humor that would make you laugh till your stomach hurt. He loved to spend time with his aunts, Randi and Rose, who were more like sisters to him. He kept them laughing and happy. Josh collected Pokemon cards and he loved music through which he often expressed his own emotions. He was a hard worker, a devoted brother, uncle, and son who will be missed by many.
Josh is preceded in death by his mother, Tabitha L. Hall Lee and his father, Samuel Oliver Lee.
He is survived by four brothers, Samuel Lee, Jared Lee, Jerry Worden and Ty Hall; two sisters, Jade Lee and Jett-Lynn Worden; his uncle and aunt, Heath and Kara Hall and many more family members and friends.
Graveside service for Josh will be Monday, March 29, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. at the Czech Cemetery located five miles east of Medford on Highway 11, four miles north and one mile back east. Arrangements are by Lanman Funeral Home, Inc. of Medford. www.lanmanmemorials.com Facebook: Lanman Funeral Home Inc.
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