Audrey Lemasters, age 84, resident of Plymouth, Ohio passed away on Friday, February 15, 2013 at The Willows of Willard. She was born on September 9, 1928 to the late Eric and Mary (Church-Walters) Hester and had been a resident of Plymouth since 1980. Before marrying Lee, Audrey was a member of the Women Auxiliary Force in England, a service she was very proud of. While living in Plymouth, Audrey and Lee owned and operated the Town and Country Inn in Shiloh. She enjoyed eating at Uncle Dudley’s restaurant, was an avid diary keeper, book lover and enjoyed traveling. Audrey also loved to do crossword puzzles and Word Find books.
She is survived by her daughter, Beverley Charlton of Surrey, England; three grandchildren; two great grandsons; two brothers, Dennis Hester of Australia and Ian Hester of England; two sisters, June Mills of Canada and Dorothy Pitcher of England; and numerous nieces and nephews throughout the USA, Canada, England and Australia.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Louis “Lee” Lemasters; four sisters; and two brothers.
The family would like to thank everyone for their care and support of Audrey over the last few months.
There will be no services held at this time, per Audrey’s wishes. Online condolences can be left for the family at www.secorfuneralhomes.com.
I am so sorry for your loss! Audrey was a terrific person ! I loved talking to her & Lee but especially her w/her lovely accent! They were always good to me & my friends that worked for them!
Audrey will be missed by all that knew her. She was my very first boss as I was growing up. There are fond memories of her and Lee from when they owned and ran the Shiloh restaurant.She was a very kind loving lady.
Sorry for the loss of Audrey, We have been neighbors for a long time.Always had a smile and a kind word for everyone. We thank God that we knew and loved Audrey.Rest in peace, God bless. Harles & Sandy Gibson
To Audrey’s Family,
My sympathy to you all.Audrey and Lee were very good friends with my ,now deceased,parents.As a child and through my teens we would go camping together and Audrey would always make us laugh with funny stories told as only she could.I am very thankful for the time I was able spend with this wonderful woman.God Bless Her.
Love u muss Audrey u were a wonderful person
Such fond memories you have left us with. We will miss you. But we know that you are now with you Lee.
Dear Audrey, I was an honor to know you and listen to your stories from long ago. I’m so glad you are Home with Lee. We’ll meet again someday, till then……….
Audrey, you were one of a kind and a true blessing to everyone you encountered. May you rest in eternal peace.
Miss Audrey, It was an honor and a pleasure to serve you at Uncle Dudley’s. We have never met someone like you! Your laugh was infectious, and your stories were wonderful to hear. You were such a caring and giving person, you will be sadly missed! Love, Teresa and April
Audrey was one of my Favorite customers . She will be sadly Missed :). She was one of the nicest people I know.
This is for Audrey LeMaster. I’m so sorry to hear of Audrey’s passing. I’m sorry that I can’t make it back for the services. I love you, Audrey, very much. At least now she won’t be in any pain. God bless a wonderful woman. Bill