Donald “Dia” Lee III

August 30, 1976 - August 28, 2022
Donald “Dia” Lee III

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Donald “Dia” Lee III, 45, of Williamsburg, passed away on August 28, 2022. He is survived by his Spouse, Maegan Silva; children, De’Jour, Noah, Taylor, Jaida, Brooklyn, Desirae and expectant son Seven Dia Conrad Lee; mother, Darlene Carter, step-father Arthur Brown and brother, Shawn Lee.

Don is a 1994 graduate of Lancaster High School that loved plants, video games, music and family game night. He was a movie buff that loved all things nature and loved to watch the sunrise. Rainy days and thunderstorms were a particular favorite of his, he would use these days to meditate and practice mindfulness. He loved his family and was an extremely dedicated employee; working for 20+ years at Paul’s Deli before transitioning to Riverside Doctor’s Hospital. He will be greatly missed.

A visitation for Don will be held on Saturday, September 3, 2022 from 2:00-6:00P.M. at Bucktrout of Williamsburg with a service at 4:00P.M. The family of Don request you wear your favorite colors to celebrate an amazing person.

In lieu of flowers,  a TM Funding for Maegan, Baby Seven and the rest of the Lee children is available



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  • September 02, 2022
    Toni B. says:
    May I offer my heartiest sympathy and condolence to the family on the loss of Don ….may he rest in eternal peace. May God heal your heart soon.

  • September 02, 2022
    Shaina Moore says:
    Don was a huge part of the Riverside Doctors' Hospital family and will be greatly missed. Don brightened many of our days just by walking in with a big smile on his face. Don was always kind, a great co-worker to everyone on his team, and would do whatever he could to make someone's day. I am truly grateful to have had the opportunity to get to know Don, even if for a short period of time. I am continuing to keep your family in my thoughts and prayers.

  • September 02, 2022
    Sandra Gaskins Smyre Weems,VA says:
    Condolences to the family in the loss of Donald. May his precious memories be forever etched in your hearts.❤️🌹

  • September 02, 2022
    Michele D Cituk says:
    Don Dia Lee, This hurts me deeply to type. I saw you come home Saturday with Maegan and we all chilled for a couple of hours. Then I get a wake up call the next day that you are gone. I just don't get it. I just don't understand. I truly thank you for being in my life. You truly felt like the older brother I always wanted. You accepted my cousin which meant a lot to me also. You were so kind, caring, loving, compassionate, and truly, you were a man at peace. You looked out for me and I looked out for you. We had each other's backs eventhough we were struggling ourselves. I will miss the times that you, Maegan, and I hung out. It was like we were all peas in a pod. The three of us. He had such a good heart and was an inspiration. I will always carry a piece of you in my heart my best friend/brother. You are my star in the sky. This is not goodbye, but I'll see you later. I'll see you on the other side. Love your sister wife, Michele/Mickie/Mic-licious

  • September 02, 2022
    Kathryn Moran, RN says:
    Donald was a favorite of everyone at Riverside Doctors’ Hospital. With a ready smile, frequent words of encouragement, a helpful nature and stellar work ethic, he was a blessing to have as part of our team. Patients often commented on how well he did his job and what a pleasure he was to chat with while he worked. We are heartbroken at his passing. He will be remembered by all of us with fondness.