Fillmore City Cemetery
Saturday February 12th, 2022
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Lee Nolan West
Lee left the Earth at the home he was born and raised in.
Born May 15, 1952 to Nolan West and Adele West (née Sorenson), and followed his older sister, Nancy West Kramer, as a graduate of Millard High School.
He had two beautiful women that he made his wife during his life.
His first wife was his high school sweetheart, Gale Stevens, who blessed him with his first born son Eric Lee West. Young love is tricky to navigate, and they divorced a few years later.
Later, he fell in love with and married his friend Shaunna Fullmer. Together, they raised their six children: Eric Lee West, Melissa Louise West, Desire Elizabeth West, Ericka Lee West, Summer Adele West, and Wesley Jay West.
During the summer of 2008 his daughter Ericka passed, leaving two beautiful grandchildren: Malachi Elso West and Alijsha Adele West. He and Shaunna took them in and raised them.
He loved his family, friends, antiques (radios especially), and fishing.
Lee took great joy spending time with his many grandchildren: Chanelle Kaloke, Jace Kaloke, and Patience Wood, children of Desire and Sean Wood; Talon Rupp, Rodney Young, Amber Young, and Sydni Young, children of Melissa and Blair Young; Malachi West and Alijsha West, children of Ericka West; Kaidence Jackson, Arrow Jackson, Ericka Jackson, children of Summer and Eric Jackson; and great-grandchild Axel Smith, son of Chanelle Kaloke and Lyle Smith.
He was preceded in death by his father and mother, his daughter Ericka and her daughter (his grand-daughter) Myleigh.
A graveside service will be held on Saturday, February 12th at 11am at Fillmore City Cemetery.
When I was on my LDS mission in Bend, OR, Lee brought me a care package from my parents. If I remember correctly he was living in Bend and had visited Fillmore and brought me so home made food.
Heff Rasmussen Feb 25 2022 1:29 PM
I first met Lee in the 2nd grade at Fillmore Elementary. It was right after Christmas and we were allowed to bring our favorite toy to show to everyone. Turns out Lee and I had the same kit for little electrical engineers. We hit it off pretty well after that. I tell you; they'll never make another Lee West. What a character.
Charles Ashurst Feb 12 2022 6:55 PM
A candle was lit in memory of Lee West
Sharron Brush Feb 11 2022 6:34 PM
Lee West is my Cousin and good friend . We were both born in 1952 in Fillmore ,Ut .
Lee always had a wry sense of humor and quick wit in any kind of conversation .. We were close even though I moved from Fillmore as a child . My parents would always take us twice a year to Fillmore to visit the relatives in Fillmore and Holden. We shared a love of Antique Radios and electronics . Sometimes we would go over to Charles Ashursts house to check out his collection of Antique Radios .I would always stop in Fillmore Utah on the way to NM with my Daughters , When he lived in Oregon working for MCI Telecommunications he would drive up to Olympia Washington to visit our family and my Mom . Lee will be missed greatly by all of us who love him .
Kim Dobson Feb 10 2022 2:40 PM
I am so sorry for your loss. Lee was a good friend. He will be greatly missed.
Joyce W Tarbet Feb 9 2022 6:52 PM
Lee was a man of many talents. He worked on our antique radio and fixed it. Our grandkids were just Fascinated with what he did to fix it. Know you are in our prayers.
Weston and Vikki Warner Feb 9 2022 6:30 PM