Benjamin "Lee" Lewis

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Penny and La Chae, I'm so so sorry for your loss. I remember Lee being the fearless kid jumping off the diving board in 3rd grade swimming class when you all first moved here. He and Morgan had some fun times back then. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May God give you courage and strength and wrap you in love.
Tracy Craig

Posted by: Tracy Craig - Pendleton, IN - friend   Feb 14, 2013

You will be with us always.
The Gernand Family, The Held Family, The Eckrote Family, The Denman-Richardson Family

Posted by: Dee Ann Gernand - Pendleton, IN - Friend   Feb 14, 2013

Let not your hearts be troubled. Lifting you up at this time. I am amazed that
Benjamin resembles my son Bill.

Posted by: Valree Shelby - Morrilton, AR - friend   Feb 14, 2013

Lee was one of those students that brightened a room when he walked in. It was so much fun to watch him play basketball. My prayers are with his family.

Posted by: Kathy Adams - Melbourne, AR   Feb 14, 2013

I'm so deeply sorry for your loss. I loved to watch Lee play basketball. He was a joy to watch.

Posted by: Jenice Haley - Melbourne, AR   Feb 14, 2013

So sorry for your loss. I met Lee while trying to help him become employed with the White County Sheriff's Department. He was a polite and ambitious young man who, no doubt, will be greatly missed.

Posted by: Bruce Menser - Searcy, AR - Friend   Feb 14, 2013

Bennie, Pennie, my heart goes out to you both for such an incomprehensible loss. Just wanted you to know my thoughts are of you and wish you some comfort and love.

Posted by: Charles Tidwell - Arvada, CO - Cousin   Feb 13, 2013

Lee was a great person! Full of smiles, making everyone around him happy! He had such a big heart and made u feel so comfortable around him. He will be so missed! A great man who is gone to early! God take care of him for us and please let him know he is missed! I thank God for the time I was blessed to know Lee!

Posted by: Elizabeth Williams - Nlr, AR - Friend   Feb 13, 2013

Lee was a delight to know. He was always polite and was a pleasure to teach. He was one of those students that entered our school in his high school years and instantly had many friends. He was so much fun to watch on the basketball court. My heart goes out to his family.

Posted by: Phyllis Harmon - Melbourne, AR - Teacher   Feb 13, 2013

Lee was one of my best friends. He was the sweetest, and most loving person around. There was never a moment that he would let me be sad. He always did something to make me smile, and just about everyone. He always made us laugh to the point that we were crying! He definately had an incredible soul, and lived his life to the fullest. He never was not doing anything; he just couldn't stand to be sitting still. He

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Posted by: Justine Woodruff - Melbourne, AR - Friend   Feb 13, 2013