Lee Alan Woodford of Malibu died peacefully on Sept. 11, surrounded by his loved ones. He is survived by his father, Ron; stepmother, Jana; and his sister, Jennifer.
Lee was very well known locally. He spent time working at the camp store at Leo Carrillo.
“He was great with the families that came to camp in the summer months—always helpful on what to do and where to go,” a loved one said. “He even had a pet squirrel named Chip because he would sneak in the store and steal chips. Last but not least, Lee was famous locally for his patented ceviche (leviche), and for making his customers at Pavillions laugh. He often said he was put on this earth to make people happy. Mission accomplished, Lee!”