Stephen Lewis

November 29, 1945 - January 14, 2024
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2578 North Dousman Street
Milwaukee, WI 53212
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Stephen Lewis, age 78 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin passed away at the VA Medical Center January 14, 2024, surrounded by family. Steve was born in Kentucky in 1945. He moved to Milwaukee as a teenager, leaving behind Belfry High School in Kentucky and later graduating from Washington High School in Milwaukee. He was drafted during theContinue Reading

Margaret (Peggy) King left a message on March 24, 2024:
So very sorry to learn of my sweet former neighbor's passing. The last time I saw him was when they brought Petey back to Kentucky. He told me a story that every time he visited our house (Rengers) he would play with the replica of Christopher Columbus's ship that was on our mantle and finally my mother told him to take it home with him....he told me that he still had the ship......loved this family. Peggy K.
jerry schnoll left a message on January 30, 2024:
such a part of my happiest high school days and the meaningful sports that kept us connec ted. funny interesting always opinion on almost any subject. a great friend and always counld count on steve if in need especially emotionally . a truly good man who handled what life threw his way. as meh dad ,who really admired him and his athletyic talents , said, you deal the hands that were dealt you, and in. these last two hyears that is waht he did , but tried to go on with life as best he could. Truly will and already is missed, that picture and smile is Steve
Donna left a message on January 22, 2024:
Steve enjoyed meeting people and learning all about them. He loved golf. All summer you could find him at, Lincoln, Greenfield or Dretzka. He'll be missed at GeeWillickers, his favorite watering hole where he always brought newcomers a pull tab while having conversations with the regulars. I'll miss talking and laughing with him. He was a good friend. Condolences to his family.
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