Lee, a dedicated crew member who had been with Filey Lifeboat since he was 18, died suddenly earlier this month, aged just 46.
His funeral takes place at 2.30pm at Octon Crematorium.
In view of the current restrictions on the numbers allowed to attend, the funeral cortege will travel along Filey seafront at about 1.30pm that day.
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Filey Lifeboat Crew will be assembled at Coble Landing with both boats.
The crew have also been asked to set up an online fundraising page in Lee's memory, with donations going to Filey Lifeboat.
To donate, visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/leecowlingrnli
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