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Sorry to hear the news.
I forgot about that cue story. I think it was last year at executive west. I remember it was a cue your Joesy maybe that you owned forever.This comes as a real shock to me. We go back a long ways to when he was strictly doing exhibitions, after he took over Jack White's college and military route. Scott was a good man, an excellent teacher of pool and very honorable in all his dealings. I once lost my cue at DCC and had the good fortune to have Scott retrieve it for me. I'll never forget that moment. Somehow he knew it my cue and held onto it until he could contact me. I thought for sure at DCC with all the players and fans there it was long gone.
I only wish I could have returned the favor.
This is just terrible news, I first met him about 20 years ago. He certified me not long after.Long time renowned instructor and friend to many, Scott Lee, has passed away from his battle with cancer.
he will be sorely missed.
"Playing pocket billiards is not about gambling. It's about competitive spirit, a desire for excellence, and having fun!" ~~ Scott Lee .
Scott Lee, pool instructor extraordinaire, has passed away. He had a brief battle with cancer. He was always kind to me in our exchanges. He will be missed by so many, I know. May he rest in eternal peace.
Scott Lee has been playing pocket billiards for more than 40 years, and teaching professionally since 1977. He has been a PBIA Certified Instructor since the inception of the program. Beginning in 1995, striving to change the image of pool, Scott has toured 8-9 months of the year, with his Traveling College of Billiard Knowledge shows, entertaining and teaching audiences at colleges, universities, military bases and poolrooms everywhere! -Jennie AnnView attachment 609590