Boyd A lexander L ee, age 73, passed away peacefully in his sleep at\n \n his home on Sunday, August 23, 2020, in Cambridge, Maryland. He was born\n \n March 12, 1947, in Cordtown, Maryland, to the late Ernest and Bessie Lee.\n \n\n\n “Bunky,” as he was affectionately known to so many, received his formal\n \n education at the Dorchester County Maryland school system. He served in the\n \n U.S. Army and was honorably discharged, receiving the Purple Heart, Good\n \n Conduct, and the Bronze Star medals. In July 2014, he was honored by the\n \n Herman Hughes American Legion Post #87 for his service and achievements\n \n in the Vietnam War. He also received many citations and awards from many\n \n local organizations.\n \n\n\n Bunky was employed with Rob Roy and Coldwater for many years prior to his\n \n retirement.\n \n\n\n 60 years ago, he met the love of his life, the former Coleta Major, and God joined\n \n them together in holy matrimony. From this union, two children were born:\n \n Angela Major Hill and Wanda Major.\n \n\n\n Bunky received his early religious training, along with his family, at the Union\n \n Chapel AME Church in Cordtown, Maryland. At the time of his passing, he was\n \n a member of the National Church of God in Cambridge, Maryland, with his\n \n Pastor, being his childhood friend and brother-in-law, Leo G Molock. While a\n \n member of the National Church of God, he served on the Usher Board and the\n \n Homecoming Committees.\n \n\n\n Bunky enjoyed outdoor sports as a boastful hunter, crabber, and fisherman.\n \n He played on the local company league for softball. He loved doing yard work\n \n and planting in his garden. He was a member of the Herman Hughes American\n \n Legion Post #87, and an original member of the Sophisticated Brothers. He was\n \n the biggest fan of the Miami Dolphins. He loved to sing. His favorite song was\n \n “I believe, I’ll go back home.”\n \n\n\n Bunky was quiet when he was under the weather, but very vocal when he wasn’t.\n \n He loved our family vacations. He would be so anxious to get to the destination.\n \n “Daddy,” “Pop Pop,” “Uncle Bunk,” “Ford,” or “Spooky Lee” was known for his\n \n fun loving, genuinely caring, and joking ways. He was a solider that battled\n \n many health challenges, but through it all, he never once complained.\n \n\n\n He was preceded in death by his infant sister, Sheila Lee; paternal grandparents,\n \n\n John and Dora Lee; maternal grandparents, John and Luvenia Jackson; mother-\n \n in-law, Laurice Johnson; and parents Ernest and Bessie Lee.\n \n\n He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving wife, Coleta Lee; two daughters,\n \n Angela Major Hill (William) and Wanda Major of Cambridge, MD; two sisters,\n \n Edna Mae Molock (Cleodore) and Marvel Macer (Michael) of Cambridge MD;\n \n one brother, Ernest Lee, Jr., of Cambridge, MD; grandchildren, Shynesha Young\n \n of Dover, DE, and Tyshauna Sharp and Ki’Aira Major of Cambridge, MD; two\n \n great-grandchildren, Kahlei Quailes and JorDyn Major of Cambridge MD;\n \n three sisters-in-law, Ruth Molock (Leo) of Cambridge, MD, Carolyn Spicier of\n \n Philadelphia, PA, and Diane Baltimore of Easton, MD; a special brother-in-law,\n \n James Stanley of Cambridge, MD; and a loyal lifelong friend, Danny Chester,\n \n Sr., of Cambridge, MD.