Lewis E. Wilson

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Nov. 20, 1930 to July 8, 2014 Lewis E. Wilson was a proud man. He loved his family and provided well for his family. Lewis left to be with his wife, mother and father on July 8, 2014 after a battle with cancer. Lewis was born in Plainview, Ark. on November 20, 1930. He was one of 18 children. He leaves behind two children, Kathy Benavidez and her husband, Rudolph Benavidez; and Darrell Wilson. He also leaves two grandchildren, Brad Dallavalle and his wife, Melinda Dallavalle; and Stacie Benavidez. Lewis enjoyed, very much spending time with and keeping in touch with his siblings in Arkansas. He leaves behind, Virginia Snow, Gus Wilson, Charles Wilson, Virgie Owens, Deloris Isom, Sue Moore, Hazel Pryor, Danny Wilson, Connie Terry, Steve Wilson and Sandy Patterson. Lewis served in the Korean War for two years and was a member of the Masons and Eagles club. He loved to fish and golf. He enjoyed time at their cabin in Leavenworth, fishing, snowmobiling, farming, and the company of friends. Lewis began his career at Boeing in 1954 in Wichita, Kans., working on B-52's until he was transferred to Everett, Wash. in 1968 where he worked on the new 747 and was in on the beginning of the first 747's to be built. He started out as an hourly employee; by the time he retired in 1984 he had worked his way up into management. Lewis worked 30 years with the Boeing Company and was proud of his accomplishments. Lewis, will go home to Arkansas to be with his parents and those in the family who have preceded him. Memorial services will be held at the First Baptist Church, 17922 149th St SE; Monroe, Wash. 98272 - (360) 794-8044, on July 26, 2014 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. There will be some time for fellowship following the services. If you wish to make a donation in Lewis name please make all donations to: First Baptist Chirch, 17922 149th ST SE. Monroe, Wash. 98272 DAD YOU WILL BE MISSED. WE LOVE YOU.
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Published in The Herald (Everett) on July 20, 2014
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