I had the blessing of being the Program Manager at Shalom Denver where Lee had been coming for many years. Lee was such a bright light and his laugh will always resonate with me. He was always a jokester at program and was also a talented artist. We always bantered back and forth reminding each other that we have had our eyes on each other. My life is fuller having known Lee Rabin. ❤️ My condolences to Lee’s family.
I met Lee at the Shalom day program several years ago. He was such a joyful and fun person to be around. Lee had the best sense of humor. Due to COVID protocols we asked everyone each morning a list of questions about whether they had any COVID symptoms. One of the questions was "Have you lost your sense of taste or smell?" One morning when he was asked that question he said "Not yet, but I did lose my marbles!" He was so good at making people laugh and bringing levity to any situation.
I am so glad I got to know Lee. He was an amazing person and he is greatly missed. My thoughts are with the family at this time.
Our daughter Janna Crandall knew Lee at Shalom Denver for so many years. She always liked him and said he was such a gentleman. She is missing him already and loved his kindnesses, his gentle teasing and his friendship. He will never be forgotten. I knew him because I was a client advocate associated with the client committee for several years. Lee was always fun to be around and he was a dear man.