June 17, 1962 - August 8, 2021
Leslie A Mann “Lee”, born June 17, 1962 at Age 59, passed away suddenly on August 8, 2021 at his home. He is survived by his children, Heaven Lee Mann of Williamstown, Angelique Lee Mann of Washington Twp., Nicholas R. Miller of Deptford, and the Mother of his children and was his loving companion of 25 years, Virginia "Ginny" Miller of Deptford. He is survived by his Mother Anna Martel ”Nanny”, whom he loved with all his heart, and her husband/ his step father Frank Martel “Poppy” of North Carolina. His biological father Joseph Mann and his wife Carol, his sisters Tina Mann, Angie Mann, Baby Boy Mann and is predeceased by his brother Joseph Mann. He is also survived by Ginny’s Dad “Pop”, Nicholas Moularakis of Deptford and her Mother Patricia Bogan (John Bogan) of Williamstown and many Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews, Cousins and many friends. He will be greatly missed by his side kick, his dog Frankie, whom he would always be seen riding with him on his motorcycle and 5 other dogs and his cat Monkey. Lee loved life more than anyone . He was always so happy to be alive. He was always the life of a party and was the center of attention wherever he was. Lee loved his family deeply and was so very proud of his children. He sculpted them into the amazing young adults they are today. His children were his everything . He taught them everything he knew. Lee loved to talk, he loved to dance, he loved to sing and he loved to be loud! You would always see him working on one of his classic cars. He loved going to car shows and loved doing burnouts at Irish Weekend in Wildwood every year. He loved to show off his many classic cars and could never have too many. He loved the outdoors. He loved nature and he loved crabbing. He loved anything creepy, scary, and strange. He loved Halloween and looked forward to Salem Massachusetts with his family every year. He loved to cook and was called the kitchen Bitch. Boy he loved his coffee ice cream and ate a half gallon every night. He could build you a house from a matchstick. He could fix anything…he was a MacGyver. He loved to ride motorcycles, quads, dirtbikes and anything with wheels. The real Lee man will be truly missed. He was the guy that won all the Halloween contest, the guy that could show you the easy way to do it. He was that guy that was a little bit different but you just couldn't wait to see him again. The guy that can orchestrate a badass party. The guy that can make something from nothing. The guy that would come out at 2 a.m. and tow you out of a ditch. The guy that would answer the phone when no one else was home. Lee was the guy that created Heavens and Angels. Anybody could be a man but there was only one” Lee Mann” Lee was one of a kind for sure and could never be replaced. Relatives and friends are invited to a visitation on Friday, August 13, 2021 from 4pm to 5pm in The Chapel at BOUCHER FUNERAL HOME, 1757 Delsea Dr., Deptford, NJ 08096. Funeral Service 5pm in The Chapel at the funeral home. Interment private. For directions, to sign online guest book and to view Lee’s Video Tribute visit www.boucherfuneralhome.com. CDC NOW ADVISES FULLY VACCINATED PEOPLE WEAR MASKS INDOORS.
Leslie A Mann “Lee”, born June 17, 1962 at Age 59, passed away suddenly on August 8, 2021 at his home. He is survived by his children, Heaven Lee Mann of Williamstown, Angelique Lee Mann of Washington Twp., Nicholas R. Miller of... View Obituary & Service Information
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