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Lee Albert

Archambeau, Lee Albert
(65) was Born to Eternal Life on Saturday, September 3, 2016, peacefully at home surrounded by family. Beloved husband and best friend of Patricia (Nee Sharbutt) for 34 years. Loving father of Tina (David) Wagner, Nicholas Archambeau, Meghan (Bruce) Coste, and Shannon (Benjamin) Norbeck. Proud Papa of Alyssa, Angelina, Ryan, Melia, Audrina, Dominic and Miles. Preceded in death by his parents, Howard and Virginia and his brother, Donald. Also survived by his brothers James, Robert (Kirsten), John (Dorelle), sister Cindy (Tom) Oleszak, sister in law Francesca and many nieces and nephews whom he adored. Also survived by many other relatives and great friends.

As we mourn his death, we also want to celebrate his life, strength and courage in his 15 year battle with cancer. Lee loved life and his family to the fullest and never let his illness bring him down or miss any event in his family’s lives. His love for life was contagious whether it was going to car shows, building hot rods, going up north or simply spending time with his family. We are comforted knowing that he is now watching over all of us and he has left a legacy of love and kindness.

His passion for cars inspired him to co-found Camaro Unlimited Car Club and it would bring our family so much happiness to see all of your classic cars or hot rods at his memorial given our father’s love for them.

Memorial Visitation for Lee will be on Friday September 9, 2016 from 4-7pm with a memorial service immediately following at Heritage Funeral Home-Oak Creek 9200 S 27th St.

Past Comments

Tiffany Smith

Lit a candle in memory of Lee Albert Archambeau

Wayne Buna

Lee stood up against cancer 15 years, it proves Lee was a fighter and loved life.
Me and my family will never forget him.

John chronert

Lit a candle in memory of Lee Albert Archambeau

Bonnie Darby

When i had received a call saying Lee had died, I cried and cried and am still crying because he was such a great person. Lee was a big part of my life I looked forward to our talks and our hugs and saying love you. He was like a brother to me since April 1999 -17 years ago – when I had moved into my apartment. The tenants that had gotten the privilege to know him loved him very much. He was lovable. He loved his wife and kids with a passion and he felt their love for him in return which I loved hearing.
Reminders – the chair that he sat in, the stairs, the landings, the parking lot, all where we would have our talks be they brief or a little longer. Oh yes, one time we were Blessed to meet each other at a stoplight on Sunset Ave in our separate lanes near each other both heading East. When we saw each other we laughed 🙂 That was an answer to prayer for I am always asking the LORD how Lee is doing and at that time I had not seen him for a while. Thank you CHRIST JESUS for all the beautiful memories I have of Lee. GOD BLESS t

Karen Pizur

Patty, kids, grandkids…
I know how you felt about Lee, your dad, and I know how he felt about you…you all are very lucky to have had him in your life and he in yours…he will be missed.

Lee, you had to know I would share some of our fun times…like the day I told Mark I was expecting Jess. You and Patty were there sharing with us. Or the time we drove up to St Mike’s Hospital on New Year’s Eve to visit my dad and get our new years blessings, in which we had to bribe the nurses with champagne to let us up. The birth of Nicky, all the wapatoolie parties in Tichigan, car shows at the zoo on Father’s Day, 4th of July’s at the lake and watergun fights. Shannon and Ben’s engagement….on and on. But my personal favorite was the watering of the plastic flowers at the lake. You had a way of making everyone laugh at themselves and making them feel wanted. I’ll miss you my french buddy, for now, but I know I will see you again!!! Until then, my love always…..Karen

PS. Thanks for letting me know you made it. I saw the ‘LE’ clouds at church services the morning you passed…you must have had to go quickly…you forgot the last ‘E’. And I know you will get this message because it is a part of the same ‘cloud service’ you use…hehehe. Big Hugs…..


Mr. Archambeau aka Papa Arch. You have always been a great role model in my life, I have always looked up and appreciated your opinions and thoughts. I know that you are in a better place looking down on us! I will always be by your families side! I know I will always think of you when I see a hot rod or a car show!

To King Kong and God, I love you Papa Arch!

Love always,

Jordan Jung

Ross Azzolina

We have been friends almost 40 years , we lived through the disco area , we build our dream homes in Muskego, we golfed bowled played baseball went to car shows and of course every year the day before Thanksgiving we went out had dinner, had a few drinks and tried to stay out longer than our wives predicated. To say you will be missed is not enough but thats all that I can say
Lastly there is only one way to end this , his famous phrase ” ONLY KING KONG AND GOD

Tiffany Smith

I don’t know how much I’m allowed to talk about but all I can say is that you were one of the most sincere, genuine people I have ever met. I meet a lot of people with my job and your one of the few that’s unforgettable. I could have sat and talked with you for hours. One of the things I remember the most about you was that you were so proud of your family. You always felt so blessed to have the family you had. I loved that. – Tiffany Smith
You will be missed Lee!!

rena glorioso

My deepest sympathy to the Archambeau Family. May the memories give some comfort at this difficult time.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Rena Glorioso

Denise Marisch

Much love and hugs to the family. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this time.

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