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Robert Miller Lewis Obituary
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July 16, 2018

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September 5, 2011
As one of Bob's old "Grey Power" SVMA skiing buddies, I send sincere sympathies to his family and those near to him. It has been many years since he skiied with our group but we kept in touch via email.
I know many of you through your email addresses -- Bob never did figure out how to send blind copies of his Fwd:Fwd:Fwd: emails :)
I will remember his wry (never politically correct) sense of humor and his genuine, down-to-earth nature.
Suann, AKA "Pish" and "BloatDoc"
September 1, 2011
I wish to express my sympathy to Karin, Jon and all the family of Bob Lewis. Bob married the older sister of my good childhood friend, Amy Shurtleff. I remember their wedding and over the years was constantly updated about the Lewis family's lives and adventures via Amy. She would pass on to me the Holiday letters as well as many of his emails. He was a good story teller, writing with wit and humor. He also embraced the Shurtleff family. I greatly admired the care Bob and the family gave to Sandy during her long illness. After her death, he showed continued generosity and there was always an open invitation to Shurtleff siblings to experience summer "at the Cape." When Sandy's memorial was held in Seattle I had a lovely conversation with him and was impressed with his warmth and compassion. I am sorry for your loss and know he will be missed by an enormous number of family and friends.
Sincerely, Linda (King) Brooks, Seattle
August 23, 2011
Dear Karin and family, please accept my sincere sympathies on the loss of your father. I will keep you in my prayers and thoughts.
August 23, 2011
We go on without our good brother and good friend. MONGREL's growl won't be the same without it's lifelong Capitain. Bon Voyage, Bob. 'Second star to the right, and straight on till morning.'