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NEWS: The owner of Lee's Discount Liquor, Kenny Lee, has died in a vehicle crash. The company confirmed the information with 13 Action News on Saturday and says the crash happened Friday morning in West Wendover. That's in northern Nevada near the Utah border. (Source: www.ktnv.com)

UPDATE: Nevada Highway Patrol confirmed late Monday new details into the crash that killed Lee's Discount Liquor CEO Kenny Lee in Northern Nevada. (Source: www.ktnv.com Trooper Ashlee Wellman said Lee was traveling in a van southbound on US 93 between Ely and West Wendover around 10:30 a.m. Friday when, for an unknown reason, Lee's van traveled into the northbound lanes. (Source:www.ktnv.com))

Wellman said Lee wasn't buckled into the van and was ejected from the vehicle. (Source: www.ktnv.com Repsonders pronounced Lee dead on scene, and the truck driver suffered moderate injuries. (Source:www.ktnv.com))

It is with very heavy hearts that we regretfully announce that Kenny Lee passed away in a vehicle accident yesterday, November 19, 2021. (Source: www.ktnv.com ORIGINAL STORY: The CEO of Lee's Discount Liquor, Kenny Lee, has died in a vehicle crash. He was 53. (Source:www.ktnv.com wKenny was the CEO of Lee’s Discount Liquor, Nevada’s largest liquor retailer with 23 stores in Las Vegas, Reno, Mesquite and West Wendover. He was an active member of the community, who, with his father, founded Lee’s Helping Hand, that over the past 20 years, has contributed millions of dollars to Nevada charities. (Source:ww.ktnv.com)))

Please keep the entire Lee Family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. (Source: www.ktnv.com Kenny and his wife, Nami Lee have three children, Nathan, Morgan and Addy. (Source:www.ktnv.com w

Kenny Lee's death comes just months after the death of his father and Lee's founder, Hae Un Lee, known around town as "Mr. Lee." He was 79. (Source: www.ktnv.com)SIMILAR: Founder of Las Vegas staple Lee’s Discount Liquor, Mr. Lee, dies at 79 (Source:ww.ktnv.com)))

The strangest part about the continued personality cult of Robert E. Lee is how few of the qualities his admirers profess to see in him he actually possessed. (Source: www.theatlantic.com Balancing the epicurean traditions of China with the classical techniques of French cuisines, Chef Lee improvises a daring and original culinary aesthetic. As Susur Lee’s flagship restaurant celebrating over 10 years on King St. west, Lee offers a menu inspired by refreshing bright flavors and the spices of South-East Asia in a family style setting. With it’s newly newly renovated dining room & bar, Lee is thrilled to offer a unique wine list and fresh to order cocktails with handmade ingredients. (Source:www.leerestaurant.com wMemorial Day has the tendency to conjure up old arguments about the Civil War. That’s understandable; it was created to mourn the dead of a war in which the Union was nearly destroyed, when half the country rose up in rebellion in defense of slavery. This year, the removal of Lee’s statue in New Orleans has inspired a new round of commentary about Lee, not to mention protests on his behalf by white supremacists. (Source:ww.theatlantic.com)))

There is little truth in this. Lee was a devout Christian, and historians regard him as an accomplished tactician. But despite his ability to win individual battles, his decision to fight a conventional war against the more densely populated and industrialized North is considered by many historians to have been a fatal strategic error. (Source: www.theatlantic.com www.theatlantic.com))The myth of Lee goes something like this: He was a brilliant strategist and devoted Christian man who abhorred slavery and labored tirelessly after the war to bring the country back together. (Source:

There are unwitting victims of this campaign—those who lack the knowledge to separate history from sentiment. Then there are those whose reverence for Lee relies on replacing the actual Lee with a mythical figure who never truly existed. (Source: www.theatlantic.com But even if one conceded Lee’s military prowess, he would still be responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Americans in defense of the South’s authority to own millions of human beings as property because they are black. Lee’s elevation is a key part of a 150-year-old propaganda campaign designed to erase slavery as the cause of the war and whitewash the Confederate cause as a noble one. That ideology is known as the Lost Cause, and as the historian David Blight writes, it provided a “foundation on which Southerners built the Jim Crow system.” (Source:www.theatlantic.com))

This is too divorced from Lee’s actual life to even be classed as fan fiction; it is simply historical illiteracy. (Source: www.theatlantic.com In the Richmond Times Dispatch, R. David Cox wrote that “for white supremacist protesters to invoke his name violates Lee’s most fundamental convictions.” In the conservative publication Townhall, Jack Kerwick concluded that Lee was “among the finest human beings that has ever walked the Earth.” John Daniel Davidson, in an essay for The Federalist, opposed the removal of the Lee statute in part on the grounds that Lee “arguably did more than anyone to unite the country after the war and bind up its wounds.” Praise for Lee of this sort has flowed forth from past historians and presidents alike. (Source:www.theatlantic.com))

www.theatlantic.com)White supremacy does not “violate” Lee’s “most fundamental convictions.” White supremacy was one of Lee’s most fundamental convictions. (Source:

The argument here is that slavery is bad for white people, good for black people, and most important, better than abolitionism; emancipation must wait for divine intervention. That black people might not want to be slaves does not enter into the equation; their opinion on the subject of their own bondage is not even an afterthought to Lee. (Source: www.theatlantic.com The argument here is that slavery is bad for white people, good for black people, and most important, better than abolitionism; emancipation must wait for divine intervention. That black people might not want to be slaves does not enter into the equation; their opinion on the subject of their own bondage is not even an afterthought to Lee. (Source:www.theatlantic.com wLee’s cruelty as a slave master was not confined to physical punishment. In Reading the Man, the historian Elizabeth Brown Pryor’s portrait of Lee through his writings, Pryor writes that “Lee ruptured the Washington and Custis tradition of respecting slave families” by hiring them off to other plantations, and that “by 1860 he had broken up every family but one on the estate, some of whom had been together since Mount Vernon days.” The separation of slave families was one of the most unfathomably devastating aspects of slavery, and Pryor wrote that Lee’s slaves regarded him as “the worst man I ever see.” (Source:ww.theatlantic.com)))

Lee was a slave owner—his own views on slavery were explicated in an 1856 letter that is often misquoted to give the impression that Lee was some kind of abolitionist. In the letter, he describes slavery as “a moral & political evil,” but goes on to explain that: (Source: www.theatlantic.com)

When two of his slaves escaped and were recaptured, Lee either beat them himself or ordered the overseer to “lay it on well.” Wesley Norris, one of the slaves who was whipped, recalled that “not satisfied with simply lacerating our naked flesh, Gen. Lee then ordered the overseer to thoroughly wash our backs with brine, which was done.” (Source: www.theatlantic.com Lee’s heavy hand on the Arlington, Virginia, plantation, Pryor writes, nearly led to a slave revolt, in part because the enslaved had been expected to be freed upon their previous master’s death, and Lee had engaged in a dubious legal interpretation of his will in order to keep them as his property, one that lasted until a Virginia court forced him to free them. (Source:www.theatlantic.com wEvery state that seceded mentioned slavery as the cause in their declarations of secession. Lee’s beloved Virginia was no different, accusing the federal government of “perverting” its powers “not only to the injury of the people of Virginia, but to the oppression of the Southern Slaveholding States.” Lee’s decision to fight for the South can only be described as a choice to fight for the continued existence of human bondage in America—even though for the Union, it was not at first a war for emancipation. (Source:ww.theatlantic.com)))

During the invasion of Pennsylvania, Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia enslaved free black Americans and brought them back to the South as property. Pryor writes that “evidence links virtually every infantry and cavalry unit in Lee’s army” to the abduction of free black Americans, “with the activity under the supervision of senior officers.” (Source: www.theatlantic.com)

www.theleeco.com www.theatlantic.com www.theleeco.com)))The health, safety and well-being of our employees, their families, our communities and our customers has always been our first priority at The Lee Company. Click here to learn what we are doing to help keep people safe during the COVID-Soldiers under Lee’s command at the Battle of the Crater in 1864 massacred black Union soldiers who tried to surrender. Then, in a spectacle hatched by Lee’s senior corps commander, A. P. Hill, the Confederates paraded the Union survivors through the streets of Petersburg to the slurs and jeers of the southern crowd. Lee never discouraged such behavior. As the historian Richard Slotkin wrote in No Quarter: The Battle of the Crater, “his silence was permissive.” (Source:19

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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) - The owner and CEO of Lee's Discount Liquor in Las Vegas has died. The 53-year-old was killed in a vehicle crash in Northern Nevada on Nov. 19, according to a news release. (Source: www.fox5vegas.com The Las Vegas community is mourning Kenny Lee, the CEO of the popular liquor store franchise, after he died in a car crash. (Source:www.fox5vegas.com w"He was an active member of the community, who, with his father, founded Lee’s Helping Hand, that over the past 20 years, has contributed millions of dollars to Nevada charities," On Target Media said in a release. "Kenny was an avid golfer, passionate Golden Knights fan and most importantly, a loving son, husband and father." (Source:ww.fox5vegas.com)))

Lee served as CEO the retailer with 23 locations throughout Nevada. (Source: www.fox5vegas.com)

Lee's father, company founder Hae Un Lee, died in late August after battling pancreatic cancer. (Source: www.fox5vegas.com "Our hearts ache again for the Lee family - Kathy and I are keeping the Lee family, friends and loved ones in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time," the post said. (Source:www.fox5vegas.com))

Lee’s Sandwiches is the product of the merging of ideas and family support. Chieu Le, the founder, came to America and settled in San Jose, CA in 1980. He began taking adult education classes to study English and frequently bought food from a catering truck before and after class. Seeing the potential of a portable food service vehicle, Chieu Le worked on a catering truck to better understand the business. By 1981, he bought his first catering truck and started his route around San Jose. (Source: leesandwiches.com National Park Service - Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial - Biography of Robert Edward Lee (Source:www.britannica.com))

 

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