Lee Armistead Plummer, 31, of Atlanta, GA entered into rest on August 19, 2023 at his parents’ home in Augusta.
Lee is survived by his parents, Annie and Chris Plummer, as well as his sister, Kate Prince (Matt), and brother, Christopher Plummer (Megan). He was adored by his nephews Trip, Reid, and William, and niece, Bradley. He is also survived by his paternal grandmother, Jeannette Jessee Plummer, of Winston-Salem, NC, as well as many beloved aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Born in Virginia Beach, VA and raised in Augusta, GA, Lee was a 2010 graduate of Lakeside High School and 2014 graduate of Radford University in Virginia. Lee was employed by Kabbage/American Express as a Web Designer for the entirety of his professional career. A true creative, Lee also enjoyed his own freelance design business, N2F Design, where he designed websites and merchandise for businesses, musicians, and artists. He started his very first business at the age of eight designing t-shirts for bands he admired. While Lee was reserved in nature, his creative talents spoke volumes. Lee loved music, and traveled the world attending countless concerts and music festivals with his close-knit group of friends, or spending time at his family's mountain retreat near Indian Valley, Virginia. In recent years, he merged these two pursuits, hosting an annual summer music festival for friends and family along the river on the family property.
His family takes great comfort in the fact he lived a full life and did not let his 18 month battle with brain cancer slow him down. Anyone who knew him would remember Lee as loyal, easygoing, compassionate, and with “a heart of gold!” His passing leaves a great void in all who were close to him.
In lieu of flowers, if so desired, memorial contributions can be made to The Children’s Music Fund (thecmf.org) which provides music therapy programs to children facing illness or other chronic challenges, or to the Fine Arts & Music Fund of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Augusta.
A memorial service will be held Friday, August 25th at 2 pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 605 Reynolds St., Augusta, GA. A reception will be held following the service in Tyler Hall at St. Paul’s.