Lee Walter Stryzewski

July 8, 1959 ~ August 26, 2014
Stryzewski, Lee_oval

A Celebration of Life and Remembrance Service sponsored by Yellow Cab will be held Saturday, September 20, 2014, from 1:00 – 4:00 PM at the Upper Terrace Park picnic shelter. All are welcome to come and share memories of Lee.

Lee W. Stryzewski, 55, Sioux Falls, died Tuesday, August 26, 2014, of ongoing health issues.

Family will hold private services at a later date.

Lee is survived by 3 brothers, Mark, Scott, & Grant and1 sister, Ruth.

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  • Mark Stryzewski says:

    We will certainly miss Lee … his passing was much too soon. At his best he was funny, thoughtful, intelligent and even soft spoken … we will be intentional to remember the “good times”. I love you brother, you will not be forgotten. Rest in peace …

  • Mary (Haugan) Gooding says:

    I am truly saddened to hear of Lee’s passing and send heartfelt prayers to his family. My memories of Lee go back to our High School Days. He was a great friend of my brother (David). His smile was contagious as his laugh, and he had the most incredible blue eyes. My thoughts and prayers go out to you Mark, Scott, Grant and Ruth. RIP Lee.

  • Terri (Hedblom) Jacklin says:

    Stryzewski family: My sympathy to you all on the loss of Lee. I remember him from growing up on Pam Road. May you keep the good memories. Peace,Lee

  • Darlene Fick says:

    Lee drove my daughter to and from school for many years. She has many special needs that he was very accommodating for. We were sad when she no longer could ride in a cab. Thanks so much for your loving care of my daughter. You will be missed

  • stuart connelly says:

    1 JOHN 2:10,11 I knew Lee for more than 25 years, He was honest, joyful, and fun to be around, I will miss you my friend, SHALOM

  • David Haugan says:

    Lee was a great guy and a true friend. It was fun growing up with him; he was easy to be with, smart & funny, trustworthy & loyal, and his laughter was contagious. I remember hours of playing board games like Risk, poker or throwing the Frisbee. I will miss his friendship.

    My deepest sympathies to Mark, Scott, Grant and Ruth.

  • Todd Rezac says:

    Lee and I were great friends for over 25 years.
    Lee was a fantastic friend Kind ,caring Very intelligent, fun to visit with…we’d try to get together with our circle of friends at least a couple times a month since the early 90’s and we did it. Lee also had a lot of other friends…Because he was a friend to everyone. Never a negative word about others always positive. One of the greatest friends I’ll ever have…This whole thing has not really set in with me yet because I just don’t want to believe it.
    He will be sadly missed by not only me but many others. He touched so many people’s hearts.
    So many good times. I’m proud to be one of your friends Lee. You will never be forgotten.
    As you always said SHALOM.
    May God bless your soul.

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