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Robert Lester

"Squirrel"

Robert Lester

(1942 – 2010)

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Robert Lester

Robert Lester
(1942 – 2010)

In memory of

Robert Lester

(1942 – 2010)
About Robert
This is a memorial dedicated to Robert Lester. Robert "Squirrel" Lester was the second tenor in the Chicago based singing group The Chi-Lites.
Squirrel was born in McComb, Mississippi. He was included in the recent Chi-Lites line-up, along with group leader Marshall Thompson, lead vocalist Frank Reed, and backing vocalist, Tara Thompson.
An inductee at the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, Robert was 67 years old when he passed away on the 22nd January 2010. This is an online tribute to Robert Lester. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 28th Dec 2012
Shelia HUDSON
wrote:
Rest in peace Squirrel, You will live on forever through the beautiful songs you gave us in music...You & your smile will truly be missed, a longtime fan,from Cherokee.
Remembrance Messages
On 4th Feb 2010
CLARENCE WESTBROOKS
wrote:
Rest in peace Brother Squirrel, From Kid Dynamite & Family, you will be missed by the Entertainment Family.
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Robert Lester

This is a memorial dedicated to Robert Lester. Robert "Squirrel" Lester was the second tenor in the Chicago based singing group The Chi-Lites.
Squirrel was born in McComb, Mississippi. He was included in the recent Chi-Lites line-up, along with group leader Marshall Thompson, lead vocalist Frank Reed, and backing vocalist, Tara Thompson.
An inductee at the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, Robert was 67 years old when he passed away on the 22nd January 2010. This is an online tribute to Robert Lester. May he rest in peace.

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Shelia HUDSON
CLARENCE WESTBROOKS
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Rest in peace Robert
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