Lee Carl Worley

October 28, 1973 - August 16, 2020

Lee Carl Worley, 46, of Beaumont, died Sunday, August 16, 2020. He was born on October 28, 1973, in Beaumont, to Eloise Ann Mathews Worley and Richard Glen Worley.

Lee was raised in Silsbee, Texas. All of his siblings know that his mother always said, “Lee was the best baby.” He was so well natured and would entertain himself, even as an infant lying in his crib. He graduated from Silsbee High School in 1992. He served a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Los Angeles, California from 1992-1994. He married Kelli Larsen in 2003 and together they have five beautiful daughters. Lee was a dedicated employee of Conn’s from 2001-2012. In 2013 he joined Rexel and became a valued member of their close-knit team.

Lee’s sense of humor is legendary. Everyone who knew him has a story to share of his hilarious antics. He filled our lives with laughter. Besides his quick wit, many benefited from his quieter qualities such as dependability, thoughtfulness, and care and concern for others. Many wonderful qualities are part of Lee’s character due to the careful teaching and example of his parents.   He has always appreciated their love and wisdom.

Lee is the most loyal friend and has many long standing and lifelong friendships as a result. His loyalty extended to Pearl Jam and the Astros. He was an ardent fan of both. Last year while visiting Seattle with Kelli he had a chance meeting with Eddie Vedder, which was a dream come true for him. Lee loved to cook. His favorite foods to make were gumbo and cheese enchiladas. He believed you could never feel sad or worried while listening to Tejano music.

Above all Lee was a family man and his family meant everything to him. He was completely devoted to Kelli and their girls. Kelli will never forget the day she met Lee in 2001. He immediately won her over with his smile, kindness and respect. They fell in love quickly and were hardly ever apart since then. Their love for each other will sustain her until she sees him again and they will be together forever. Their love is eternal. One of their favorite things to do was to go out to eat with other couples on their weekly date nights. Lee enjoyed sharing his love of music, cooking, and shopping with his daughters. Some of his favorite times were spent traveling with them to watch high school football and basketball games to support family and his alma mater. They have made many wonderful memories together. It was most important to Lee to attend church each week with his family. He demonstrated his fervent testimony as he served faithfully and continuously in various church assignments.

Sunday afternoons were set aside as cherished time at his parents’ home with siblings and extended family. Lee was fortunate to be able to spend time with each of his siblings during the last week of his life. He was surrounded by many of his family members in the hours before his passing which is just as he would wish. His in-laws, the Larsen family, adored Lee and treasure the time they spent together. They thought his sense of humor made each vacation, holiday and get together much more fun. They will never forget the family reunion he brought stink bombs!

Lee’s faith and humility allowed him to count his blessings even during his most difficult challenges. He was brave and strong as he battled cancer. He filled our eyes with tears of laughter while he was here and now, we are smiling through our tears as we remember him. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

Survivors include his wife, Kelli Larsen Worley; children, Sylvia, Clara, Elise, Opal, and Cami; parents, “Angel” Eloise and Richard Worley of Silsbee; siblings, Kyle Worley and his wife, Pam, of Beaumont; Jill Bebee and her husband, Brian and Glen Worley and his wife, Jana, all of Silsbee; Paul Worley and his wife, Bethany, of Beaumont; and Joy Smith and her husband, Danny, of Wimberley; and numerous nieces and nephews.

A gathering of Lee’s family and friends will be from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m., Friday, August 21, 2020, at Broussard’s, 490 Cemetery Road, Silsbee. There will be an additional gathering at 9:00 a.m., with his funeral service at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, August 22, 2020, at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 8622 West FM 418, Silsbee. His interment will follow at Knupple Cemetery, Silsbee.

The service will be live streamed, link: http://mywebcast.churchofjesuschrist.org/beaumonttexasstake event code:   48265

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Complete and updated information may be found at: broussards1889.com.

Knupple Cemetery

Knupple Cemetery
  • cemetery rd. silsbee tx 77656

Funeral Service

Funeral Service
  • 8622 West FM 418, Silsbee, Texas 77656

Gathering of Family and Friends

Gathering of Family and Friends
  • 490 cemetery road silsbee tx 77656
  • 08/21/2020
  • 4:38 pm

Broussard's Mortuary - Silsbee, TX

Broussard's Mortuary - Silsbee, TX
  • 490 cemetery road silsbee tx 77656

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Wilson Neyland

You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Beverly Newsum

I have wonderful memories of the times Lee spent at my house with my son, Kevin Garner, and many other high school friends. They had fun skateboarding and just cruising Silsbee. They were and are an amazing group of friends.


So sorry for your loss. May the Peace of Christ be with the whole family.

Renee and mike Collier

Richard and family. We are so very sorry for the passing of your son. May God bring you comfort now and in the days ahead

Dwayne Davis

Heartfelt prayers for peace that passes all eartly understanding for the entire Worley family.

Cynthia Taylor Carlson

I have so many great memories of Lee with my son Troy Irvine and all the time spent at my house swimming, trip with us to Six Flags. Lee was so awesome. That was a great group of kids. My thoughts and prayers are with the whole family.

Patricia Tarver Harvey

I am so sorry to hear of your precious loss. My prayers to the family.

Dawn Ryman

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Fred and Evelyn Hatton

We are so blessed to know Lee and know his sweet spirit.. We are praying for the peace and love of the Savior to lift you up at this time and know He loves you and cares about you. We love you and your family...

Deborah Northcutt

I am so sorry for your loss.

Lorie Reynolds

I am sorry for your lost. I will keep the whole family on my prayers

Ruth and Wes Hasson

We are so sorry for this loss to your family. We LOVED Lee! You are all in our prayers.

shelly cooper

Thoughts and prayers for this wonderful family during this time of great loss.

Christina Lund

I am so sorry for your loss. I pray for you and the girls daily.

Barbara & Lee McCann

I pray that Heavenly Father’s loving arms will be felt by the family as you grieve your loved one and that you know how much he and you are admired and loved by everyone.

Art Belle-Isle

A fine young man that will be missed very much by those he left behind. I appreciate his friendship with my daughter and her husband. He was a fine youth and matured into a great man and father. Love to all his family and friends, we mourn with you. He is now in our Lord's paradise reunited with those who arrived prior to him.

Brigid McVaugh

Kelli, may God give you and your family comfort, peace and strength. You are surrounded by love!

Gwen Kinne

I am so very sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family. Lee was a wonderful person who touched many lives, mine included. RIP Lee ❤️

Robert V. Phillips

Words cannot truly express how you feel about the loss of a love one, especially at such a young age. What I can say though, is for the family to lean on each other and think about the good times that Lee had with his family and friends while here with us. To the family, we express our love and support during this period.

Shinette Hollis Holman

So very sorry for your loss. Lee was much more than a 1992 SHS classmate he was a husband, father, son, brother, and friend. May your family be comforted in knowing that he is resting with our Lord and Savior. Praying for your strength during this time.

Cristine W.

We just love your sweet family so much. I didn't get to know Lee very well but I can tell he was a wonderful man. I feel blessed to know all of you and be a small part of your kids lives. I'm not great with words and am at a loss for them but please don't hesitate to call, text or email with anything at all that your family might need. Love and prayers from our family to yours.

Jayne Todd

I'm so sorry for you loss. May God bring you and the girls peace during this difficult time.

Tracy Izatt

My love to you and your family. May you carry on with support from the Lord, through family and friends!

John Baker

I'm so sorry for your loss Lee was a wonderful guy and a good friend. He will truly be missed and he inspired a lot of people with his life.

Jennifer Simmons Damron

Very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Mary Womack

Richard & Eloise,Jimmy and I are so saddened to hear of Lee passing,Praying for the family.

Joe & Linda Sanchez

To us y’all are family and our hearts feel your pain we love y’all and our prayers will always be with you God bless

Debbie Pattarozzi Hollyfield

Thinking of you all in your time of loss. It is with deepest sympathy that we mourn the loss of such a fine friend, classmate, father, brother, son, and grandson. Lee will forever live on in our hearts with the happiest memories. He was always kind to everyone and always smiling and laughing. A prankster at times, but so fun to be around, never a dull moment. I am honored to have had the opportunity to go through Silsbee for all my years with him. These families are a fine example of what true christians and loving people should be. My sincere condolences to you all from all of my family.

Karen Gordon

My heart breaks for all of you. and I hope in some way the prayers of so many can help you find some measure of peace and comfort. Certainly an unimaginable loss. I was so blessed to be the Secretary at the Lamar Institute Bldg. when Lee was a young adult and college student. When I heard his voice coming down the hallway it was always a bright spot In my day. His love will be felt in his beautiful daughters. May God bless you all.

Sherry and Wade Miller

Richard and Angel, our hearts ache for you and your sweet family. We love you all. Please know we are praying for your peace and comfort. Lee was such a kind and special person. We are grateful to have known him.

Charles George

Lee was an amazing person whom I grew to admire during our tenure together at Conn's. He was dedicated to his job and family. He always give 100% at everything he touched. To a great person, my condolences to the family.

Stephanie Barry

When I think of Lee I think of his love for Kelli, and his love for making everyone laugh. Lee would say “Do you know what La Quinta means in English?” Me: no. Lee: “Right next to a Denny’s.” Lol I have laughed about that for nearly 20 years when I see one. I am sad that Lee is not here, and I pray for comfort to Kelli, his girls, his family, and friends during this grief.

Kindle Higginbotham

We are thinking about yall

Kindle Higginbotham

This is kindle. We are thinking. About yall. Our love go to yall

Perry and Laurine Hartman

God Bless You and your girls Kelli and our deepest sympathies to the entire family.

Winston and Pam Miller

Pres. Worley, my dear friend, and Sr. Worley:: Our hearts are broke to think of your deep loss. You are all in our prayers and thoughts. Love, Winston and Pam

Thomas and Simberly Modica

Prayers and hugs to the Worley Family. Lee will always being remembered for being such a kind soul. He always had a smile on his face and a joke to tell to make everyone laugh.

Gene & Trudis (McLaughlin) Hollyfield


Katy Rowe

Dear Mr. & Mrs. Worley... Our thoughts are with you. Brigham , Bradleigh and I could not wait for sundays to throw balls back into your yard. He will be greatly missed. Love, Katy

Laverne Adaway

I am so sorry for your loss my prayers are with you