Lewis Glen Morgan Lewis, 87, of Caldwell and formerly of Nampa,
went home to be with his Lord and Savior on March 9, 1994, at
a Caldwell nursing home.
Funeral services will
be held at 1 p.m. Friday, March 18, 1994, at the Flahiff
Funeral Chapel, Caldwell. Reverend
Erik Kaiser of the Assembly of God Church,
Gibbonsville, Idaho, will officiate.
Burial will follow at
the Greenleaf Cemetery,
Mr. Lewis was born July 1, 1906, at Lawrence, Utah,
one of eleven children born to Morgan Owen and Mary MaDora
Wilcock Lewis. He
spent his early years in Lawrence,
Huntington, Sunnyside, Hiawatha, Columbia and Price,
He began working in the coal mines at a very young age
with his father.
Glen married Gladys Jones in Price, Utah, on May 9, 1925, and the couple made their home in Utah and Colorado until
moving to Nampa,
in 1950. Mrs. Lewis
died in 1975.
Glen worked for Hales Furniture as a floor covering
layer. He also worked
for the PFE Shop in Nampa and
retired from the Idaho
School and Hospital as a
maintenance man. He
also sharpened saws, knives and scissors for several years.
Glen married Loleeta
Wine on November 5, 1983, at McCall, Idaho.
Glen made annual trips
between 1976 and 1981 to
Oaxaca, Mexico, with an Assembly of God
missionary team constructing a school.
He was accompanied on
one trip by his grandson, Gordon. In 1987 Glen moved to
to the Odd Fellows Home and later to the Caldwell Care
enjoyed spending time with family and friends, hunting and
He was a member of the First Assembly of God Church in
Survivors include his wife, Loleeta of Nampa; a daughter,
Catherine and her husband, Robert B. Murray II of Caldwell;
two stepdaughters, Juanita Budell of Boise and Ilene and her
husband, Cecil Oatney of Donnelly; one stepson, William L. and
his wife Ruth Wine of Nampa; a brother, Russell Dean Lewis of
Utah; four sisters, Maurine Anderson, Vera Walters, Mable
Gustas and Cleo Muhlestein all of Utah; three grandchildren,
Glenda and her husband, David Jenkins of Boise, Gordon and his
wife, Kathleen Hill and Gary and his wife, Daynna Hill of
Caldwell; five great-grandchildren, Christopher and Griffith
Jenkins of Boise, Keysha, Sarah and Christian Hill of
Caldwell; and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in
death by his parents; three sisters; Florine, Louella and May;
two brothers, Christopher and Ross.
The family suggest
that memorials be made to the Oaxaca Mission c/o Nampa First
Assembly of God Church, 304 16th Ave.
N. Nampa, Idaho 83651.
Friends may call
Thursday from 4 until 8 p.m. at the Flahiff Funeral Chapel,