Benjamin "Lee" Lewis

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Lee spent quiet a bit of time in our home. We grew to love him. He was always happy go lucky. He had an ability to read everyone. He would look at them and tell you what he thought the person was like. He was right most of the time. We will treasure the memory we had of him. May God you a peace that only he can give to comfort you during these difficult days ahead. Oleta Billingsley
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Posted by: Oleta Billingsley - Franklin, AR - friend   Feb 12, 2013

My prayers are with the family and friends of Lee's, we never know what is in store for us, we just have to Trust and Obey that the Lord has better plan's for us in His big Book. Though u will be missed Lee, you will always be in Heart's, memories and never forgotten. RoseAnn


Posted by: RoseAnn Pruitt - Conway, AR - Friend   Feb 12, 2013

Lee was one of the sweetest guys i knew. A young man with such love and compassion for others. Lee will forever be in the heart of one 8 year old boy (my son Landen Haas). Through out Lee's Sr year in high school, he took my little boy as his baby brother. Lee made it a mission to be a hero in every sense of the word. He visited on weekends and on his free time with Landen playing

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Posted by: Vicki Haas - Melbourne, AR - Friend   Feb 12, 2013

My son Dr. Terry Saltsman and his son Andrew loved Lee so much I've heard many funny stories about Lee and my heart goes out to his loved ones. Penne I met you one time in Anderson. I am so very very sorry for your loss. Being a mom who lost her son (Terry 2004) I can only imagine your pain. You are iny prayers. Andrew is on
His way to Afghanistan, or he would be with you. He loved Lee

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Posted by: Rev Los m. Saltsman - Glen Arbor, MI - My son and grandson were friends   Feb 12, 2013

Lee was one of the best players and best kids I ever coached. He made a difference in my life. We all love him, and never will forget him.


Posted by: Mike Watson - Ash Flat, AR - Coach   Feb 12, 2013