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Lewis Preston Stevens Jr. Obituary
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December 04, 2016

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December 04, 2016

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June 5, 2016
My condolences to Lewis' family and friends. Lewis loved life and people. He was kind, and thankful for everything. He never complained and always spoke well of everyone. He loved sitting outside and waving to the neighbors as they passed by. He loved playing cards and Scramble. He always looked forward to football season to cheer for his team the Eagles. He had an eye for art and an appreciation for music. He loved to cook. At times, I still feel him near. I loved him very much. I truly miss him. Phyllis Maxson
May 4, 2016
I have too much to say about my father to summarize. My father bolstered my interest in cars, technology, astronomy, aviation, & many other areas. He taught about nature on camping trips, explained politics during elections, and was always open to explain anything. I will miss him and his sense of humor. I will miss playing chess and taking his knights. Keep smiling and know that we'll miss you, Dad.
May 1, 2016
April 30, 2016
My sympathy and condolences goes out to the family.
I've known Lewis for many years. He was a good friend
and a joy to talk to, no matter the topic. That's one of the
things I'll miss about him most. Lewis and I would spend
lots of time talking about sports, politics, world events,
science, astronomy and philosophical subjects that would tire
most people. I held his friendship in high regard partly because
he was willing to put up with my arguments and I willing to put
up with his. I guess that mutual respect for my opinion and I of
his was a kind of bond that kept us going through good times
and bad. But most of them good times. We really enjoy talking
about people because of the many of those who came in and
out of our lives. I'll miss our morning coffee breaks at Crossroads
book store and the many up and downs that people shared with
us about their lives. My friend who I called Preston I'll miss
greatly. Although he is now on that bus as he use to say, somehow
I feel that he'll always be here in thought and spirit because
no good thing truly ever dies.
Kevin Young
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