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Lee Lloyd Knoll

October 6th, 1939 - March 8th, 2024

Lee Lloyd Knoll, 84, a resident of Wheat Ridge, Colorado died on Friday, March 8, 2024.


Lee was born to Lloyd and Mildred Knoll in Mason City, Iowa on October 6, 1939. He attended Mason City High School and then graduated from Drake University with a degree in accounting. After college in 1961, Lee took a job with Haskin & Sells, a Big 8 accounting firm in Denver, Colorado. He attended “Supper Club”, a social activity through church, where he met his future wife, Marjorie Helen Boh. Lee and Marjorie were married on March 18, 1967. They were blessed with two children: Lee Joseph and Steven Gerald. In addition to being a devoted husband and wonderful father, Lee was a Certified Public Accountant. After 6 years at Haskin and Sells, he worked as the CFO at St Luke’s Presbyterian Hospital for 12 years. Next, he ventured out and started his own CPA firm in 1979 where he was later joined by his son Lee J. Knoll in 1992. Lee was a long-time member and active volunteer with Kiwanis of Applewood. He volunteered as a soccer coach and supported his sons in their athletic and academic pursuits. He loved long car rides on Sundays with his wife and the boys. He admired the mountains and spent time exploring the beautiful Colorado outdoors with his family. Lee enjoyed spending time with family, especially attending his grandchildren’s many sporting events and skiing together in Winter Park. He and Marge were active grandparents and were strong presence in the lives of their 5 grandchildren. He loved to debate politics and had a passion for investments and cars. He was a kind, patient, and generous man, who always had a positive outlook on life.


Lee is survived by his sons Lee J (Crystal) Knoll of Westminster and Steven (Kelly) Knoll of Arvada and his five grandchildren Sydney (19), Joey (18), Abigail (17), Caleb (17), and Isabelle (14). He was proceeded in death by his wife Marjorie, his parents, and his brother EJ (Linette) Knoll

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Jack McCartney

Lee was treasurer of the Applewood Kiwanis Club for years. He faithfully attended toe weekly meetings even when he could not drive himself. I always enjoyed his company at these meetings. He was a great friend and will be missed by many.

Published April 11th, 2024

Linda Jensen

I grew up the youngest in our family on my Mom’s side, the Knoll side. While growing up, we spent every Christmas together and many birthdays. I remember playing cards in their basement “rumpus” room, which was decorated with Pontiac posters—Uncle Lloyd sold Pontiacs. I remember the wonderful homemade ice cream that Lee and EJ had to help crank. Once I had a business meeting in Denver and Bill went with me. Lee and Margie gave us a great tour of the mountains. It was great to visit them. I am so sorry you’ve lost this special Dad. ❤️

Published April 7th, 2024

Linda and Hans Basner

Our deepest sympathies to you and your family. Lee was such a warm and gracious man who we greatly admired! A measure of that is we moved to the east coast 19 years ago but held on to Lee, the company he developed and the family’s services to this day! He will be fondly remembered by us with respect and with thanks for his professional advice and support.

Published March 14th, 2024

Janice Queen

Lee J,, Steve and families. Your dad was a kind and wonderful neighbor. We always enjoyed our visits with him and- seeing him at different events. As you know, we also loved your mother. You were lucky to have such great parents who raised such little "hellions" with a loving touch and who turned out to be such nice men.

Published April 9th, 2024

tony ficco

We are sad to hear about the passing of Lee. We were neighbors and watched our children grow up over the years. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Death leaves a sorrow no one can heal. Death leaves a memory no one can steal. Jonna and Tony Ficco

Published April 6th, 2024

Colin Y. Servis

I am sorry to hear of the news Lee has moved on. Rest In Peace. Thank you for your services and help with Tax preparation.

Published March 13th, 2024

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