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S. Lee Nagle


No services are planned for S. Lee Nagle, a longtime resident of Lake Tahoe, who died from cancer Sept. 18, 2007, while visiting family in the Los Angeles area. He was 64.

Lee had a lifelong love for the natural world, especially enjoying the wildlife and beauty of Lake Tahoe and its mountains, where he spent most of the last 15 years. He enjoyed traveling with Sherry Frazier, with whom he spent the last 25 years in both the San Diego and Lake Tahoe areas.

Lee is lovingly celebrated for his generosity to his family and friends, and for spending his life pursuing spiritual enlightenment and seeking freedom from the bonds of thought and physicality. He was highly intelligent, and in his later years worked hard studying complex principles of law and supporting constitutional freedoms.

Lee is survived by his life partner, Sherry Frazier; and his children, Marshall, Matthew and Christine, and their families.

His body was cremated, and no services will be held. For further information, friends of Lee may call (530) 320-7757.

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