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Lee R. DeValliere

May 16, 1929 ~ November 20, 2022 (age 93)
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Lee DeValliere of Cape Neddick, ME, passed away quietly at his home on November 20th. He was born in Clarksburg, WV, May 16th, 1929, attended local schools there and learned to fly at the local airport.

Lee joined the Air Force and flew photo reconnaissance missions in the Korean War. He turned his love of flying into a long career with Trans World Airlines.

Lee was also a very accomplished classical pianist from an early age and spent many hours throughout his life making music both with friends and in solo concerts, bringing joy to all he performed for. In his own words, "As for what I would like to be remembered for, it is both my faith and trust in God, and my love of family that have given meaning to my life. Those things have made me a very very thankful man. He will be very sadly missed.

Lee is predeceased by his first wife Elizabeth, his highschool sweatheart, second wife Barbara, his beloved church choirmate, his son Bryan and his brother Charles. He is survived by his brother Maurice, his son Michael with his wife Kathy, step-daughter Connie Scheffy and her husband Brackett, grandchildren Haley, Justin with his partner Misty, and Morgan with her husband Will, as well as the many, many friends who loved him.

Announcements for any services will be made at a later date. Any donations in his honor can be made to the Kittery Point Congregational Church, in Kittery Maine.

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Lee R. DeValliere

May 16, 1929-November 20, 2022

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