"To be able to give the family some closure is a great thing. I mean it is a sad circumstance, but at least the wondering part is not there anymore," said Lt. Carl Minden from the Sheriff's office.
Lee's family never really believed the indication of him jumping from the bridge.
"He always called, he always talked to my son, he always called and talked to his nieces and nephews," said Pamela.
This sister still has questions, "It's closure at some point, until an autopsy is done."
When asked if she believes foul play was a factor, Pamela answered, "Yes."
As for who may have done this, or why it happened, those questions will be put on hold as this family says their final goodbyes.
"I still want to see him, even if its nothing but bones," explained Pamela.
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