Lee Madore, born on January 10, 1941, in Old Town Maine to Evelina (Evie) Partridge Kelly, passed away peacefully on July 24, 2022, in Surprise Arizona at the age of 81.
Lee will be remembered as a Marine and proud American. He was a man who wore many hats in his life from being a Mason, Professional Numismatist, car sales, teaching and coaching at the YMCA in LA, he finally started the 4M company in Angel Fire, New Mexico that morphed into multiple businesses for the community. He was a great supporter of the community and especially the kids. He started the first Junior Golf program and the Glen Miller Invitational golf tournament that produced many scholarships for High School Seniors in the surrounding area. He organized many fundraising events for various clubs and organizations. He was known for having a knack to find something that was needed and helping make it happen. He had a special love for trains, golfing, Angel Fire, and his family.
He is predeceased by his parents Evie Kelly and A. Robert Madore, Sister Janice, and brother Gordon Madore. He is survived by his wife Patricia Madore and kids Michelle Johnson and husband Scot and their children Christopher and Alyssa Culler and her husband Hunter and their son Liam. Mike Madore and his wife Karen and their children Kobe, Jacob, and Drew, brother Wayne and sisters Dede and Brenda.