Condolences for Lester Dale Sprinkel

Adrion Ray LaPrarie posted on 2/10/20

The one thing I remember most about my uncle Lester is when he would ask me what I wanted to drink and he would tease me when I would tell him that I would have coke. He was a generous man and I wish that I could have seen him more during his life. I will miss him and Brenda but I will take comfort in knowing that one day all of our families will be together again. I give Sharon and Mike and their families my sincere and deepest condolences. I miss y’all and love y’all. May God give you all peace and comfort at this time and always. God bless you all....


Foster Bell posted on 2/10/20

Lester was the very "bestest" of friends when I was growing up! It seems that either he went home with me from church every Sunday, OR I went home with him. His family befriended my family in such a warm and loving way. My heart-felt condolences to you, Billy.


Doña Storey posted on 2/7/20

I will always remember how ad a toddler you took me everywhere. I was your shadow. You would put me in your bicycle basket and off we would go to the local drugstore. You would sit me on a stool and tell me to stay put while you played pool with your buds after school. You were my favorite rock and roll jitterbug partner as a little girl and later as a young woman. I loved you dearly then as I still do now. Hugs Uncle Lester. You had the sweet spirit of all your siblings. You would defend a loved one at the drop of a hat and be ad sweet as a teddy bear the next moment. You were and you are still loved dearly. I will always hear your voice saying..hey girl.


Gerald Pilley posted on 2/7/20

Lester worked with my Dad, John Pilley in the carpenter's union many years ago. I had the opportunity to work with. Lester at the Atlantic Shores project. Ironically, my Dad died February 3, 1988. My deepest condolences to the Sprinkel family.


Angela Andrews posted on 2/7/20

Mike and Karen, Sorry to hear about you father passing away. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this time.


William (Billy) Sprinkel posted on 2/7/20

I will miss my phone call every morning around 11:30 when he would call to check on his little brother.