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W Lewis, 67 former resident of Santa Maria, CA passed away September
30, 2007 after a brief illness in Paradise, CA.
Ron was born July 3, 1940 in San Luis Obispo, CA to Bill and Laura Lewis. He grew up and lived most of his life in Santa Maria, CA, graduating from Santa Maria High School in 1958. He worked for Lockheed-Martin from 1959 until retirement in 1999. Ron loved the outdoors, running, backpacking, mountain climbing and horseback riding and was always planning his next big adventure. During his last year he spent time with his four children and grandchildren traveling, camping and co-writing a book called "Northern California Horse Trails & Camps" with dear friend Bonnie Davis.
Ron is survived by his son, Barry Lewis and wife, Kelly, of Paradise, CA; daughter, Kelly Nix and husband, John, of Nipomo, CA; daughter, Lori Brown and husband, Joe, of Nashville, TN; son Mike Lewis and wife, Caprielle, of Sisters, OR; six grandchildren, John Nix Jr, Ashley Brown, Tyler Lewis, Tristan Lewis, Amy Nix and Brendan Lewis. Sister, Linda Boyington and husband Baxter of Atascadero, CA, brother Greg Lewis and wife, Lisa, of Santa Maria, CA; Mother, Laura Lewis of Atascadero, CA; nephews Chris and Joey Lewis. Ron is also survived by former spouses and friends; Ann Blair, Patricia Graham and Joyce Lewis and daughter Pam Wherry. He was preceded in death by his father William H Lewis.
Memorial donations may be made in Ron's name to:
The Tug McGraw Foundation
1303 Jefferson Street
Napa, CA 94559
A Celebration of Life will be held in his honor at the Santa Maria Inn, Saturday, October 13, 2007 from 2:00 to 5:00pm.
Safe travels Ron, We love you.
|Published in the Santa Maria Times from 10/6/2007 - 10/8/2007.|
Haven't had much of anything for 2007... however the following never made into the 2006 Post It.
Gordon "The Grim Reaper" Langenbeck is still searching for classmates... with some good news and unfortunately some sad news.
First the sad news...
Sheila Ann Allee born 7/23/1940 died in Sacramento County on 5/28/1997. Apparently never married.
Roy Imamura is a principle in the second largest land planning firm in the U.S and travels to India, China and Japan, doing landscape architecture.
Fred Money manages the bowling alley at Vandenberg, has lived in Italy twice.
Gordon Langenbeck has been diligently tracking down lost classmates.
Please check out our Truant Page and see if you might know where any of these lost folks reside or how to contact them.
Here are Gordon's comments regarding his search:
Talked to Dennis Allen in Lewiston, ID where he is semi-retired from the rug cleaning business.
Got Bob Mayo's address from him. Bob is now living in Missouri City, TX and is retired from HR for Shell Oil.
Also located Ken Berryhill deep in the heart of Texas.
In trying to locate George Barber, discovered he was shot to death in Feb. 2002 by his next door neighbor in Fresno as a result of a long standing feud. The guy was tried twice and walked. Verified that it was our George Barber as I talked to Delmer Hutchison who also lives in Fresno and has recently retired from thirty years of teaching industrial arts at McLane High School in Fresno. Said he saw George a couple weeks before the shooting.
Also talked to Trini Amador who is living at an undisclosed location in Northern CA and says he has his life back on track.
MR. DALE R. SCOTT, SR., 87, of Santa Maria, passed away August 28, 2007. Arrangements pending at Dudley-Hoffman Mortuary and Crematory. Published in the Santa Maria Times on 8/30/2007.