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Lee George Gaupp III November 24, 1966 - June 16, 2021

Lee G. Gaupp III, 54, of Boise, passed away June 16, 2021 at home.


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    Dale & Nadine Bennett says

    I am a coworker of Lee and have worked on so many projects with Lee. I am shocked and saddened by your loss. Our prayers our with you and your family.
    Lee was always an advocate for the store employee and IT making everyone’s life’s easier. He will truly missed, he has touched so many lives

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      Tami Gaupp says

      Thank you, I really appreciate hearing your experience with Lee. And you’re right, there’s nothing he loved more than helping make things work better for those working in the stores.

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    Douglas Post says

    I am a former co-worker with Lee. And he was a very good friend. He will be sorely missed by many people, and he has touched many peoples lives in a very positive way. He stuck with me when I needed him and I will be there for his family if they ever need it.

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      Tami Gaupp says

      I remember your name and may have met you over the years. Thank you for sharing this, I know it gave him so much pleasure to be of help to his friends. He had a way of filling up the room, space and life in general so you’re right, his impact will definitely be missed.

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    Joel Oleson says

    Remembering Lee. He was always positive and definitely had a way of picking up the room. Was just looking at pictures of Lee with the Microsoft community. Such a happy guy. He will be missed.

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    Ray Hrovat says

    I worked with Lee at Albertsons. He sat by me, but we weren’t especially close and didn’t socialize outside the office. But I spent a lot of time around him and feel like I got a good feel for the person he was. He traveled somewhere to get the maximum effect of the 2017 eclipse. When I saw him at the office the next day, he couldn’t stop gushing about how amazing it was. And that was such typical Lee. He had a passion and enthusiasm for things that he wore on his sleeve, and was contagious. Though he’s not with us anymore, I think it’s safe to say he loved his life, and got the most out of every day of it, and that’s all any of us can ask for.

    My thoughts are with you and your family, Tami.

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