Lee Wertheimer was taken too soon on January 30, 2019. Donations may be made in Lee’s memory to WHRO or to cancer research. She will be dearly missed by all who loved her.
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Carl Strass posted on 3/22/19
Lee was fun to be with. There are never enough people like her in this world.
Bonnie Mizenko posted on 2/19/19
Lee was a talented artist and a compassionate, loving person. I knew her from her employment at the Adult Learning Center. She will live on in my memory for her beautiful smile, generous heart, and ways of connecting with people. May God richly bless her soul and give comfort to those she leaves behind.
CH posted on 2/14/19
Sorry for the loss of your dear love one. May you find comfort in God’s promise to give you comfort and hope when he wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more. Revelation 21:4
Margaret Spanglet posted on 2/13/19
I am saddened by this. I met her through the art classes she held. We became fast friends. I will miss her dearly. My granddaughter loved her also
Joyce Lovitt posted on 2/7/19
On behalf of the many friends she has made in her long association with the Adult Learning Center in Virginia Beach, we are truly sorry to learn of her passing and offer our deepest sympathy to your family. We are very saddened by this news. Lee was loved and cherished for her kind heart, warm smile, sweet personality, and abundant talent. Her art was beautiful on so many levels. She taught at the Adult Learning Center throughout the last thirty years and we were privileged to know her and watch her share her talents with so many students. She will remain in our hearts for a very long time and we will be eternally grateful for the special moments she shared with us.
Jacinta Maria Daniel posted on 2/6/19
I am deeply saddened tto recieve this news. Lee was a dear friend and neighbor. She was extremely smart and talented!! We made it a point to look out for each other. We always kept our monthly lunch dates. Even though Lee was Jewish, she always made sure she put in a sincere and thoughtful Christmas gift on my front steps. Lee loved her art, but most of all her children stood in the middle of her heart. Please know that my prayers and thoughts are with her family during this trying time.
Jacinta M Daniel
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