Clinton John Lee

13/07/1978 - 02/06/2020

Obituary for Clinton John Lee

July 13, 1978 – June 2, 2020

It is with great sadness to announce the sudden passing of Clint Lee on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

Clint was a hard worker and loved to work. It could be anything from working on the farm to working on the rigs; no matter what it was, he always put in 100% and did it with a smile on his face. He was so proud to be a roughneck. Clint never worked alone, he always had his best friend Lucy with him and after her passing his new best friend, Cooper. Both those dogs were part of the crew and there was no telling Clint any different.

Clint had a way with animals, and it did not matter if it was a dog, a cow, or even a farm cat. Animals adored him and he adored them. He liked animals more than people most days.

Clint was a proud father. His beautiful baby girl that has his mesmerizing blue eyes was his pride and joy. He made sure Sam had her own set of coveralls to match her dad before she could even walk.

Clint was an excellent stepfather to Connor and Chloe. Soccer games, 4H projects, football practices, girl’s night face masks and pedicures, Clint did it all.

Clint was the best man anyone could ask for. He would give you the shirt off his back and would do anything for anyone.

Clint will be greatly missed by his daughter Samantha, mother Marilyn (Henry) Glasgo, father Barry (Laura) Lee, his partner Jennifer Bateman, his stepchildren Connor and Chloe Bateman, as well as numerous friends, family, coworkers.

If you would like to spend some time and say goodbye to Clint, viewing will be held at Bear Creek Funeral Home on Sunday, June 7, 2020 from 5-7pm.

A graveside service will be held at Valhalla Cemetery on Friday, June 12, 2020 at 3:00 PM.

Care entrusted to Bear Creek Funeral Home 780-830-7742




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Grande Prairie, AB T8W 0C7
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03:00 PM
Valhalla Cemetery
Range Rd 101 and AB 59 W
Valhalla Centre, AB
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I have known Clint and Jenn these past 4 years as next door neighbours. Clint always greeted us with a big smile and kind words. We enjoyed visits with Clint in our garage having a cool one to settle the dust after a hard days' work. We learned quickly that Clint was a hard working man with dedication and integrity. He will be missed. May he Rest in Peace. My heart reaches out to Jenn and the Lee and Bateman families.
- Barbara Doney
In his profession, Clint was the gold standard by which all others will be forever judged. An unmatched work ethic, coupled with integrity & know-how, made him a giant amongst us. I am honored to have been a small part of his life.
- Don Armstrong
Going to miss you buddy....John
- Corrie
So sorry to hear of Clint's passing. Clint and I worked together many times over the years. Such a hard working, honest man. He will be missed by everyone. Such a proud Dad. Sincere condolences to his entire family, Neil Carlstrom
- Neil Carlstrom
So so sad to hear of Clints passing. I have many great memories. Grateful he was with me in Valhalla for elementary... there weren't many of us. 6 I believe. Such a sweet guy with a heart of gold. Sending so much love to you Marilyn and the rest of his family. Especially his girls Krista Hope (Kjemhus)
- Krista Hope
So very sorry Marilyn for the loss of your son, no words just a heart that aches for you & your family at this time.
- Bernie McPherson
it says he was a hard worker , i would argue there was no man the could out work him! Over the years many became better men due to the presence and teachings of Clint! You will be missed but never forgotten sir .+
- Ed pardy
Our deepest condolences to Marilyn, Samantha & the Bateman's & families for their loss! Clint was always so nice!
- Sherry Viken

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