On Thursday, December 10, 2020, Lộc Văn Lê, loving husband, father of four, and grandfather of seven, passed away at the age of 75.Lộc was born on March 17, 1945 in Đà Nẵng, Việtnam to Tuyên Văn Lê and Công Tang Tôn Nữ Thị NghÄ©a. A successful entrepreneur in Vietnam, he and his family were forced to leave everything behind after the fall of Sàigòn in April of 1975. After spending time in various American refugee camps, he settled in Oklahoma City in 1978. It was the same year that he officially married the love of his life, Kim Huê Nguyễn. Together they raised three daughters, Yên Khanh, Trang Khanh, Mai Khanh, and one son, Quang. In 1980, he purchased a small neighborhood diner on the corner of NW 16th and May Ave in Oklahoma City and spent the better part of forty years building Jimmy's Egg Restaurants into what it is today with over sixty locations nationwide.Lộc was a devout Catholic and spent his life giving back to the Catholic Church and the Vietnamese community at large. Never forgetting his homeland, Lộc was also responsible for the construction of a Catholic church in Huê, Việtnam. Known for his quick wit, sense of humor, and generous giving spirit, Lộc made a lasting impression on those around him in life and in business.Lộc was preceded in death by his father, Tuyên, and his mother, NghÄ©a. He is survived by his wife, Kim Hue, his four children, Yên Khanh, Trang Khanh, Quang, and Mai Khanh, and his seven grandchildren. Visitation will be Monday through Wednesday from 4 to 8 PM at Smith and Kernke N. MAy Ave. An Evening Prayer Service will be Wednesday December 16th at 6 PM also at the Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Thursday December 17th at 10AM at St. Eugene Catholic Church.