Russell Phillip (Phil) Lee, our beloved husband, dad, brother, uncle, and friend. Passed away on November 21, 2021, due to complications of a massive heart attack.
Phil was born on January 20, 1967, in Bountiful Utah, to Marjorie Phillips and Clark Lee. Phil was the youngest of five siblings.
Phil graduated from Viewmont High School in 1985. He attended college and earned an associate degree in design engineering. At the time of death, Phil worked for Honda R&D in Marysville, Ohio. Phil resided in Dublin, Ohio with his family for the last 22 years. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Phil married Kimberley Annie Malcolm, they had two sons, Bronsen and Camden, they later divorced. Phil married Margo Gilgen Gindrat in 1998. They have one son Parker. He became a stepdad to Steven and Megan Gindrat.
Phil loved everything football. From playing in high school to cheering on his beloved Steelers. He loved cooking Sunday morning breakfast. He loved watching his kids play sports and being the best sideline coach and cheerleader. He loved playing video games with his boys and was always up for a challenge. He loved sending Margo flowers and actually enjoyed them more than she did. Phil loved spending time with his family and would do anything for them. This included his fur babies, from Saber and Brooke to Sampson and Jackson as well as all his fur grandbabies. Phil was funny, very quick witted, fun to be around, and such a tease.
Phil is survived by his wife Margo, his sons, Bronsen (Erika), Camden, and Parker; his stepchildren Steven (Dana) Gindrat and Megan (Christian) Lucas; his sister Bonnie Dalton, his brother Ron Lee and many nieces and nephews. Phil was proceeded in death by his parents, and sisters Connie, and Barbra.
So, our loving brother now that you are free from all the pain you suffered these past few months, may you find comfort and peace in the loving arms of our Savior.
A viewing will be held on Friday December 3rd from11am to 12:30pm with funeral services to follow at 1:00 pm at Lindquist’s Bountiful Mortuary, 727 N. 400 E. Interment in the Bountiful City Cemetery. Our sincere gratitude to Lindquist for all their tireless work in bringing Phil home.