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Craig P. Lee, 55, of Mansfield, died suddenly on Thursday, September 8, 2022.

Born February 15, 1967 in Williamsport, he was the son of the late Paul and Patricia Ann (Smith) Lee.

Craig graduated from Bullard High School in 1985, he was proud to be part of the Houston Astros farm team. He obtained many certificates for the different professions which will benefit him throughout his life. He was a police officer for 12 years in Tyler, Texas, then a contractor and continued as a contractor when he moved to Pennsylvania. Craig, is the owner of Lee’s Contracting Services LLC, Mansfield.

A man who worked hard and played harder, Craig was always doing something fun; hunting, fishing, golf, softball, quad biking, snowmobiling, card games, video games, grilling and smoking to name a few. He would let you know he was “the best” karaoke singer and then try to prove it. He was very proud to have his pilot’s license and to be able to fly his own plane. He enjoyed many trips, especially to Florida to fish. Craig was the host and “host with the most” at home and on its shoreline property. Getting together with his family and friends was a time he loved, as they were the most important part of his life.

Surviving are his wife, Andrea M. (Sampson) whom he married on July 29, 2017; four children, Erica Cox of Colorado, Blake Lee (Cassie) of Corning, NY, Abby Davey and Alison Davey, both of Mansfield; three grandsons Jordan, Dylan and Weston; four siblings, Jimmy Lee (Lisa) of Roaring Branch, Donny Lee of Texas, Christie Lee of Texas and Brian Lee (Danielle) of Mansfield, and his large extended family of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins ​​who meant the world to him.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by a son, Devin Sparks in 2017.

A one-hour visitation will be held from 2-4 p.m. on Friday, September 16 at Sanders Mortuary 821 Diamond St. Williamsport with a funeral service to honor Craig’s life beginning at 4 p.m. Interment will follow at Trout Run Cemetery.

Online condolences can be made at www.SandersMortuary.com.


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