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Lee Norman Sloan

November 18, 1966 ~ June 13, 2020 (age 53)

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Obituary

Lee Norman Sloan passed suddenly from injuries sustained in a fire on Saturday,

June 13, 2020. Lee was predeceased by his father, Lloyd Wilfred Sloan.

Survived by his mother, Elizabeth Louise (Boyd) Sloan, brother Lloyd Sloan

and sister, Debra Lynn (Sloan) Kew. Lee is remembered by nephews

Lloyd Sloan, Jesse Kew, Cody Kew and Jacob Kew.  He will be missed

by his many friends and colleagues. Lee was born in Schomberg Ontario

November 18th, 1966. He resided with his family of in Thamesford Ontario

in 1970 until he attended Windsor University where he graduated

with a Political Science Major. Lee then studied Regulatory Law Administration

at Seneca. Lee continued to live in Toronto employed with the Government of Canada

until he relocated to London Ontario where he was Regional Operations

Co-Ordinator at Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development of Ontario.

Lee was known for his persistent, creative and innovative methods of

advocating for those he strived to assist. He enjoyed participating and

organizing United Way fund raising events and was active in local

politics. Lee was a torch bearer for the PanAm Games. He had a great love

of reading, gardening, was an avid Montreal Canadian fan and enjoyed cooking.

Lee's unique humour, sarcasm and loyalty displayed will be missed by family,

friends and colleagues. Private services will be conducted at

Brock and Visser Funeral Home, Thamesford, Ontario and Egan Funeral Home

in Bolton, Ontario. Personal online condolences at www.brockandvisser.com

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409 King St., London ON N6B 1S5
Tel: 1-519-438-1721

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