Roxanne E. Lee

July 20, 1975 - October 28, 2020

Roxanne E. Lee, age 45, of Middletown, DE, passed away on Wednesday, October 28, 2020, surrounded by her loving family.

Born in Mt. Holly, NJ on July 20, 1975, she was a daughter of Ruth E. (Anderson) and Herb Reynolds. Roxanne worked as a registered Medical Assistant at Christiana Care for several years. She loved animals and taking trips to the zoo as well as going to museums. In her spare time, Roxanne enjoyed doing crafts and cooking. Above all, she cherished quality time spent with her family.

Roxanne was preceded in death by her grandmother, Ruth Csaszar. She is survived by her children, Ryan Bodine and Emma Lee; mother and father, Ruth and Herb Reynolds; brother, Herbie Reynolds (Morgan); friend, Sheila Morlack; cousins, Brian Richter and Joe Richter; niece, Alana Reynolds; special aunt, Judi Richter; and many aunts and uncles.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 2 pm until 3 pm on Sunday, November 1, 2020, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 275 East Main Street, Middletown, DE, where a funeral service will begin at 3 pm. Face masks will be required for all in attendance. Interment will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Roxanne’s memory to the National Alliance for Grieving Children, 5109 82nd Street, Suite 7 #1117, Lubbock, TX 79424.


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  • So sorry to hear this. Please know our thoughts & prayers are with you.

  • Roxanne was one of the most positive people I’ve ever met. No matter what the situation was she stayed positive. She always kept me in good spirits as I struggled over the years. We Facebook message almost every day just to check in. I will miss all of out talks and I know I will see you again one day in heaven πŸ™πŸΏβ™₯️

    Much love always my friend


  • I am truly sorry for your loss. I will miss her so much, I know she is a very beautiful angel looking down. My prayers and love to momma Ruth, her babygirl Emma, and her son. Love you Roxanne πŸ’œ

  • I am so heartbroken that you are gone. We were childhood friends, we kept in touch through Facebook. I have been praying for you for so long. For your daughter, for your family. I will continue to pray. I am sorry that you lost your battle, but happy that you are free. Until we meet again.

  • I was there with you when you were born. You were an old soul and patiently tolerated being bathed and examined before being returned to your mother. No crying or upset, just curiosity and love in your face. Unfortunately I was there for your last breath as well. You struggled valiantly through the pain and fear of death. When it was over a calm peaceful look was on your precious face. I can only say I love you dearly and always will . You were a blessing to my life and your mom shared yow with me. Now we have your daughter to love and cherish and we (your mom and I) cannot express our regret that we are unable to share our love with your other child Ryan. But should he change his mind there is still love and happiness to be shared with him. Your life was hard, short and unfair at times but you faced it with love and courage. You will always be a beautiful part of this entire family. And you still beat me to MomMom! I was supposed to be next! ❀️

  • Ruth and Herb, so sorry for your loss. ❀️ & πŸ™πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

  • Beautiful Roxanne, my sister redhead. Though we shared only a small number of family gatherings years ago, the past few years talking with you via Facebook and messaging rooted you firmly in my heart. Your positivity, empathy, authenticity and love could be felt even online. You celebrated happy moments with me, brought me a laugh and smile more times than I could possibly count, and comforted me in my times of upset and loss. You blessed my life. My heart is breaking for everyone who loves you and whom you loved so dearly in return. But love never ends and we will all meet again. Until then, fly high, Rox. Heaven is more beautiful with you, its newest angel, in it. πŸ’”πŸ’

  • We are very sorry for your loss. We knew Roxanne as our neighbor and friend. She was a very loving, kind and thoughtful neighbor and friend . She was always available and ready to help whenever we needed help with our girls. We are so heartbroken that you are gone. We will miss you dearly. Praying for strength and comfort for her children Emma & Ryan, her parents Herb & Ruth, her brother Herbie and the whole family. Until we meet again.


  • Roxanne and I never met in person, we became friends through Facebook. She was a great support to me , as I also have cancer. She was always a ray of sunshine to me. I wish we could have met. Prayers and love to all of her family and friends who had the pleasure of having her in their lives. I’ll miss your sweet messages Roxanne, until we meet in heaven…

  • RIP my thoughts and prayers are with you all and your family

  • Even though I only knew you from Messaging on facebook I felt that we were friends. It hurts my heart that you are gone as hard as you fought to be here for your family and especially Emma and Ryan. Anytime I needed a lift up from this terrible thing called cancer that we were experiencing you always made it better. You will be terribly terribly missed by many. Hold strong Emma, your momma was a beautiful person inside and out and always will be. I am sorry you all have to go through this. My deepest deepest thoughts and prayers to you all. She will missed terribly. I am so sorry.

  • Such a beautiful tribute to a beautiful girl. She was kind and sweet. RIP precious lady.

  • I just found out, I am so sorry. What a strong and beautiful soul, you will be so missed by everyone. Emma, hold on to the precious memories you both made this last year, and nurture that inner strength I know you got from your momma. She definitely helped me through a very rough patch in my life, and for that I will be forever grateful. We should all aspire to be as selfless and courageous in the face of adversity. B.B. Roxanne πŸ’œ