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Sheencha Lee Razor

February 18, 1943 — September 5, 2020

RAZOR, Sheencha L., age 77, of Riverside, passed away on Saturday, September 5, 2020 after fighting a courageous battle against cancer. Sheencha was born on February 18, 1943 in Seoul, Korea.

Growing up during the Korean war meant that her childhood was filled with adversities, but it also made her strong, self-reliant, and determined - traits she would utilize throughout her life. This was especially evident in her schooling, where she consistently placed at the top of her class in high school and college at the University of Chung Nam in Korea. Sheencha furthered her education at the University of Meiji in Japan, where she earned her Master’s Degree in Economics and Business Management. When she returned home to Korea she started an award winning literacy program for kids.

She would move to Japan where she began her career in finance as a supervisor in the foreign currency exchange department of Chase Manhattan bank. It was in Japan, that she would discover that she had a voice for singing, where she won several awards.

Sheencha decided to immigrate to the US, where she could give her son the best opportunities in life. It was challenging being in a new country away from family, but with hard work and persistence she was able to move up the ranks at Findlay Industries, from product assembler to the accounting department. She learned canning from her neighbors and enjoyed gardening vegetables and flowers. Some of her favorite flowers were tulips, stargazer lilies, peonies, and irises which would brighten her day.

Sheencha is preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Yun, Min, and Duk Lee; and sister, Suk Lee.

She is survived by her son James Razor; as well as other extended family.

Services will be held at a later date. The family would like to thank the staff at Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton, as well as Dr. Vasiliu, Dr. Pollack and Dr. Ayisire for their care and treatment they provided Sheencha. In addition, the family would also like to thank the Papadopoulos family, the Miller family, and the Newport family, for the kindness and comfort they provided the Razor family throughout her battle. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Ohio’s Hospice of Dayton.

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