Lee James Pancol

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Lee James Pancol

December 15, 1968 - February 07, 2019

Lee James Pancol ANDERSON [mdash] Lee James Pancol, 50, passed away Feb. 7, 2019, at University Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio, from complications of multiple sclerosis.
He was born on Dec. 15, 1968, in Anderson, the son of James and Tula Pancol. He graduated from Anderson High School in 1988 and attended Ball State University. He was the co-owner and operator of Deluxe Donuts for the past 20 years, where he enjoyed visiting with his customers on a daily basis. He was a member of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Carmel. He was a collector of shot glasses and had a large collection of Universal Monsters. He enjoyed participating in many horror conventions. He was also known for playing "Santa" for more than 20 years for family and friends.
Lee is survived by his children, Andrew and Alexis Pancol; parents, James and Tula Pancol; sister, Doreen Pancol; special niece and goddaughter, Stephanie (husband Jake) Wilson; great-nephew, Levi James; numerous relatives and friends and his fur baby and rescue dog, Daisy.
Funeral services will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m. at Rozelle-Johnson Funeral Service officiated by Father William J. Bartz. Burial will follow at East Maplewood Cemetery.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday from 2 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home and also one hour prior to the funeral service on Thursday.
A Trisagion service will be conducted at 7 p.m. on Wednesday evening.
Memorial contributions may be given to the Madison County Humane Society.
Post online condolences at www.rozelle-johnson.com.
Published on February 9, 2019
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13 posts

Gena Webb
Feb 17, 2019
I worked at Dunkin Donuts many years ago in Anderson, IN. Lee was a very kind person and I enjoyed my time spent with his family as an employee. Very good people.
Susan Snyder
Feb 13, 2019
Such a great guy, always looked forward and enjoyed talking with him, he will be truly missed, so such a good fellow.
Teresa Joyce
Feb 13, 2019
Andrew, I am so sorry to learn that you lost your father. May your memories help you during this difficult time. Keeping you in my prayers.
Stacie Leons-Parnell
Feb 13, 2019
Lee will be sadly missed. Such a joyful man! Always helping the community with a smile. The Leons family extends our sincere condolences.
Tom Hamm
Feb 11, 2019
My condolences,Lee was a good friend.we grew up together in forest hills always causing mischief or flipping through Fangoria mags.good memories
Tiffany Travis
Feb 11, 2019
So sad to hear of the passing of Lee, He was always so nice and always had a smile on his face when we would run into him. Our condolences and prayers go to the entire Pancol family. So sorry for your loss.
martha lou laughlin
Feb 11, 2019
May you RIP Mr. Panco;.
Steve Pakes
Feb 10, 2019
It breaks my heart to see Lee's picture in this section. Rest in peace, dear cousin.
Pam Nalywaiko
Feb 09, 2019
There are hardly words to express the grief and sadness at the loss of Lee. What a unique and special friend he was, genuine, jolly, sincere! Andrew and Alexis, I’m thankful for the loving and proud dad he was! What a heritage you have in him and your grandparents! Love you all! Praying for God’s comfort, strength, peace and continual presence that He promises through His Word!!!
Lisa A. Baker
Feb 09, 2019
He was a special man with a big heart. My prayers to the family
Daniel phhillips
Feb 09, 2019
A good friend good father and a good son he will be missed by all
David Danner
Feb 09, 2019
Our talks when I came in
George & DiAnn Thanas
Feb 09, 2019
Our condolences and prayers go to the entire Pancol family. So sorry for your loss.