Lee Prescott

Obituary of Lee Stillman Prescott

Lee Stillman Prescott, 82, of Shalimar, FL, formerly of Webster, Mass., passed away peacefully, May 13, 2024 at Destin-Fort Walton Beach Hospital.

Lee was a 1960 graduate of Bartlett High School, Webster, Mass. After high school Lee enlisted in the US Air Force and was stationed in Maine and California. Upon discharge from military service, Lee attended Wentworth Institute in Boston, Mass. where he received a degree in Engineering. Lee worked at different engineering firms before starting his own Automotive and Towing Business in Dudley and Webster, Mass. 

Lee was an avid race fan, enjoying NASCAR and Formula 1 racing as well as the local race scene at Thompson International Raceway in Thompson, CT, where he sponsored a race car and enjoyed many friendships from his racing adventures.

Lee is survived by his brother, Samuel Prescott (Beverly) of Townsend, TN; his children’s mother, Christine Lyon, of Webster, MA; sons, Christopher Prescott (Kimberly) of Fort Walton Beach, FL, Keith Prescott (Elizabeth) of Leonardtown, MD, and Jeffrey Prescott of Salem, NH; step-daughter, DreeAnn Cellemme of Birmingham, AL;  six grandchildren, Mitchell, Ryan, Hannah, Sarah, Seth and John.

Lee was predeceased by his parents, John Palmer Prescott and Lara Prescott of Webster, MA;  half-brother, Sheldon Prescott of Durham, NH, and his wife, Dale Cellemme Prescott of Webster, MA.

Graveside services at Mount Zion Cemetery in Webster, MA will be scheduled at a later date.

Donations in Lee’s memory may be made to Emerald Coast Hospice Care, 1301 N. Eglin Parkway, Suite E, Shalimar, FL 32579, or to a charity of your choice.


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