Lee Allen Dudley

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June 22, 1935 ~ November 1, 2017

Born in: St. Louis, MO
Resided in: Atlanta, GA

Lee Allen Dudley died November 1, 2017, age 82, in Atlanta, GA. He was born June 22, 1935 in St. Louis, MO. Lee grew up in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and graduated from Florida State University with a degree in economics. His parents Leland and Anne Dudley preceded him in death. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, Barbara Martin Dudley, his brother John Michael Dudley (Barbara), his seven nieces and nephews, including Chris Dudley, 16 great-nieces and great-nephews, and a godson David Caldwell. Lee began working in industrial management at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA in 1959, followed by a few years with a city planning firm in Atlanta. He left that firm in the mid-1960s to begin his long career in commercial real estate, beginning with Adair Realty. After working with several other real estate firms, he founded his own company, Brookwood Realty. Lee enjoyed many kinds of transportation, including riding a motorcycle in his teen years. Later he joined a flying club and piloted his own airplane, owned a succession of boats, and drove more than one car. He sold all of these but one car before marrying Barbara, and went on to enjoy years of traveling the world with his wife. People of all ages at St. Anne’s Episcopal Church have stories of love and appreciation to tell about Lee. He was a constant help and presence in the parish and worked on several committees, including the Memorial Garden Committee, on which he served for 20 years. He also started a men’s book group, which is still meeting. He was a kind man and will be greatly missed by family and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made to St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, 3098 Saint Anne’s Lane, Atlanta, GA 30327 and Hospice Atlanta, 1244 Park Vista Dr., Atlanta, GA 30319.

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  1. Natalie says:

    “And the last enemy, death, is to be brought to nothing.” (1 Corinthians 15:26) God promises that he will soon wipe away and reverse the effects of this enemy that causes so much pain. Your precious one will be brought back to you and you will never have to experience the pain of losing him ever again. This is a promise from God! (Isaiah 33:24; Isaiah 25:8; Revelation 21:4,5) Jw.org

  2. Tag Hunter says:

    Barbara, my deepest sympathies, Lee was a wonderful person.

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