Judson Lee Poland, Jr.

March 24, 1964 - January 2, 2013
Judson Lee Poland, Jr.

Judson Lee Poland, Jr. 48, of Wilmington, formerly of Maryland passed away Wednesday January 2, 2013 in Wilmington.

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  • January 04, 2013
    Michelle says:
    I didn't know Mr. Poland but when a friend told me about the news story it really made me sad and I looked it up so now it makes me even sadder because it was so senseless. It breaks my heart that something like that happened. I just hate it. I don't know his story or how he ended up in the situation he was in, but I do know that his life shouldn't have ended that way. My thoughts are with you guys and just wanted you to know.

  • January 16, 2013
    Chris Wilhoit says:
    Lee was one of the truest people I have ever had the privelage of knowing. Lee was also one of the hardest working people I have ever been around! He will be missed very much by all who knew him. The man above certainly got a quality man the day he passed!

  • January 18, 2013
    John Hof says:
    I am so sorry to all Lee's family. Will some one please contact me. Rest in peace my old childhood friend

  • January 07, 2013
    Bobbie D. Yeager says:
    To Uncle Jud & Aunt Fay So sorry to hear about Lee. To Lee: I spent a lot of weekends at Grama & Grampa's house in Catonsville with you, Denise, Rosemary and Nancy. I will always remember the times we went to the horse races and out on the bay in Grampa'a boat. Too bad your "warrior spirit" was so misunderstood by this world. I hope you have found peace, and wish you well on your journey home.

  • January 07, 2013
    Courtney Tomczyk says:
    My condolences got out to Lee's family. I had the opportunity to work with Lee for the past six years and no one could ever make me laugh more. He was definitely one of a kind and will never be forgotten. May he he rest a peace. With Love, Courtney