Lee Bingham came to Earth at the Old Patterson Hospital in Duncan, Oklahoma. He was a blue baby following the deaths of two baby brothers. He was a miracle baby. His parents were Henry Lee Bingham and Hazle (Loftie) Bingham.
He started working at the age of 13. Lee graduated Duncan High School in 1968. He immediately joined the Army. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam.
He attended Red River Vo Tech night classes to earn an electrical license. He worked in the Velma, Duncan area for over 40 years. People always recognized his strong work ethics. He was different. He saw things clearer than the world views.
He had a quirky sense of humor that not everyone got. He loved the Lord with all his heard and is Home now.
Lee was preceded in death by his parents, two baby brothers and two grown brothers, Jacky and James Bingham, and a niece, Jackie LeeAnn Bingham.
He is survived by wife Toni; son, Sam Sullivent, Jr and wife Becky and grandchildren, Devon Dobbs and Shiloh and Talon Sullivent; daughter, Crystal Roberts and husband GlenDale Roberts and grandchildren Brock and Mason Roberts; daughter, Bili Sullivent and grandson Keith Williams and granddaughters Alyssa and Tessa Knapp; his sister, Ann Phillips and nieces Jamie Phillips and Tish Jackson; nephews, Jimmy Phillips and James Ray Bingham, with a large family of aunts, uncles and cousins and his best friend Lynn Bingham.
A celebration of Lee's like will be held at The Christian Center on Plato at 11 a.m. April 14. Come and be apart of his remembrance and our goodbye.
Published on April 10, 2017