Richard "Lee" Marcham, 79, of Pocatello, ID gently passed away with his loving family by his side the early morning of February 22, 2021. Lee is the second born of Margert and George Marcham.
Lee was raised in the Soda Springs, McCammon and Lave area. Lee attended Marsh Valley High School. Shortly before graduation Lee joined the Navy. He was an 8-year veteran. Lee worked for Joe Campbell Construction, Hunziker Construction, E&G Construction, Bannock Paving and retired from J.B. Parsons.
In the winter of 1962, he married Ann Colwell. They had one son, Richard Allen Marcham. They later divorced.
Lee married Vicki Warth in December 1969. They had three children, Sean, Shellie, and Toni. They were married almost 40 years before the Lord called Vicki home.
Lee loved music, old cars, and all outdoor sports but mostly his crews of kids. Lee's favorite music was Old Western and Bluegrass. You could always catch him singing away and playing his guitar. Lee's greatest love was his family, children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and all his other kids he gained through the years.
Lee belonged to the Classic Car Club and holds many trophies and awards from all the cars shows that he loved attending with all his good friends.
Lee is survived by his daughter, Shellie Marcham (Pocatello); two sisters, Barbara (Bill) Lester (Bancroft) and Hazel (Marcham) Merrel (Arizona); and one brother, Russell (Sherry) Marcham (Pocatello). He is also survived by ten grandchildren, Amanda (Jesse) Moniz, Levi McCollum, Ridge (Saige) Marcham, Dalton (Mercedes) Rowley, Krysten (Brett) Sebring, Britelle (Joe) Vigil, Tyler (Whitney) Neeser, Tanisha (Robbie) Greene, Kayden Marcham and Krystal Marcham. As well as ten great-grandchildren, Jayzik, Abbilynn, Matthew Lee, Robin, Dexton, Zylina, Xavier, Ashford, Derek and Kolt.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Vicki, his daughter, Toni and sons, Sean, and Richard Allen. His sisters, Shirley Hazelwood, Joyce Harris; brothers, Robert, and Raymond Marcham; and his parents, George, and Margret Marcham.
Celebration of Life services will be held on Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 2 pm at Wilks Colonial Chapel, 2005 S. 4th Ave. Pocatello, ID. Graveside services will follow at Mountain View Cemetery with Military Honors. An open house will be held from 4 pm to 6 pm at Lee's residence, 320 Fairmont Ave. Come celebrate Lee's blessed life with us.
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