On Thanksgiving Day 2010, our lives were changed forever!
While traveling to Tabiona Utah for Thanksgiving, the Lewis family was involved a terrible auto accident.
Stuart (father) and KaraLee (daughter -pictured on Right) passed instantly. Trudy (mother), James-Andrew (son) and Abigail (daughter) were injured and hospitalized. MayLynn (daughter -pictured graduating) was not traveling with them.
This blog is dedicated them, who have touched the lives of more people than they could ever know!
The Lewis Family
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Funeral Announcement for Stuart & KaraLee Lewis
Stuart William Lewis 12/13/66 ~ 11/25/2010 KaraLee Lewis 10/2/92 ~ 11/25/2010 Together Stuart Lewis and his daughter KaraLee returned to the loving arms of our Savior and our Father in Heaven on November 25, 2010. They will both be greatly missed but we are grateful that they are together.Stuart was born December 13, 1...966, the son of Glen and NaDean Roberts Lewis. He grew up in Duchesne, Utah and loved spending time on Tabby Mountain near his grandparents' ranches. He graduated from Duchesne High School in 1984 and then attended Snow College. He later received his BA from Utah State University and then his MFA from Brigham Young University. Stuart was an active member of the LDS church and served in various callings throughout his life. One that brought him a great deal of happiness was leading music in the Primary. He served an LDS mission in Raleigh North Carolina. He met the love of his life and eternal companion at Snow College and they were sealed for Time and Eternity in the Manti Temple on September 18, 1990. He was exceptionally artistic and loved the craft of theatre design and music. He was currently employed by IM Flash Technologies. His big heart and infectious smile drew people to him. He had no shortage of friends. He will be missed by many KaraLee was born October 2, 1992, the daughter of Stuart and Trudy Makin Lewis. She was a Senior at the Utah County Academy of Sciences and was close to achieving both her high school diploma and her Associates Degree at UVU. She was planning on pursuing a career in Interior Design. She shared her father's artistic ability and loved sketching, painting and creating. She had a delightful personality and a quick wit. Music played a great part in her life. She was almost like a twin to her sister MayLynn and dearly loved James Andrew and Abigail. She made new friends wherever she went. She was an active member of the LDS church and loved the association of the Young Women in her Ward. The sparkle in her beautiful eyes will be dearly missed. They are survived by Trudy Makin Lewis, wife and mother, MayLynn, James Andrew, and Abigail, children and siblings, Glen and NaDean Roberts Lewis and Reed and Glenda Austin Makin, Grandparents, and numerous Aunts, Uncles and Cousins. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Dec 4, 2010 in the American Fork Central Stake Center at 300 N 100 E at 11:00am. Viewings will be on Friday, Dec 3 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and Saturday, Dec 4 from 9:15-10:30 a.m. at Anderson & Sons Mortuary 49 East 100 North American Fork, UT. Interment will follow in the American Fork Cemetery. Online condolences and memories may be sent at andersonmortuary.com Contributions to the Trudy Makin Lewis Family Fund can be made at the Bank of American Fork or through Paypal via www.supportthelewisfamily.blogspot.com.