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Lewis Wilson Obituary, 81 Years-Old, Lewis Wilson Has Sadly Passed Away

Lewis Wilson Obituary, Death – Lewis On Thursday, January 26, 2023, Andrew Wilson, who had reached the age of 81, died away peacefully at his home in Osage Beach, Missouri.

At the Breshears Memorial Chapel in Brunswick, Missouri, there will be a visitation on the morning of Wednesday, February 1, 2023, beginning at 10:30 AM and continuing until 12:00 PM. This will take place. The visitation will be followed by ceremonies at the graveside, which will include full military honors, and will take place at Evergreen Cemetery in DeWitt, Missouri. These events are scheduled to take place on the day of the deceased’s interment. At the funeral, the Reverend Lanny Lybarger will serve as the presiding minister, and the Honor Guard from Brunswick American Legion Post #7 will be in charge of providing the military honors.

Lewis was born on April 7th, 1941 in Carrollton, Missouri to parents named Lester Hughes and Lucille Elizabeth (Lewis) Wilson. Lewis was named after his maternal grandfather, who was also named Lewis. Lewis was his mother’s maiden name before they had him. Lewis completed his secondary education at Kansas City, Kansas, which is located in Kansas. On September 23, 1958, Lewis submitted his enlistment paperwork to serve in the Armed Forces of the United States. During the time that he was on active duty, he was presented with the expert (rifle) marksmanship badge, the sharpshooter (pistol) marksmanship badge, as well as the expert infantryman badge. Lewis has served his country with distinction up until the 26th of September in the year 1961.

On October 12, 1961, Lewis reported for his first day of work at the General Motors Delco Battery factory located in Olathe, Kansas. Four years were spent by Lewis working there. He was employed there right up till the month of January 1997, at which point he took his retirement. Throughout his whole life, Lewis was an active participant in both the United Auto Workers Union and the National Rifle Association. Lewis valued the time he was able to spend with his family and friends, as well as participating in activities such as collecting firearms, engaging in target practice, gambling, fishing, watching movies, and going on adventures to secondhand shops, antique markets, auctions, and Walmart.

Janet Smith, Lewis’s dedicated fiancée, as well as his two children, Debra Sapp and her husband Miguel Valdez of Odessa, Missouri, and David Wilson and his wife Adriana of Belton, Missouri, are among those who are able to carry on his legacy after his passing. In addition, he has eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren who will carry on his legacy.

Before he passed away, both of his parents, Lester Wilson and Lucille Wilson, had already gone to be with the Lord.
At the funeral service, the pallbearers will be Justice Simpson, Zane Wilson, Alex Tindle, Kevin Kempf, and Dennis Marko. Also participating will be Daniel Hall. Ron Gruening and Ed Hayes have been selected to carry the casket in an honorary capacity.