In Loving Memory of

Lewis Rodney "Rod" Lewis

1930 - 2018
In Loving Memory of

Lewis Rodney "Rod" Lewis

1930 - 2018

Services & Gatherings

Services & Gatherings

Lewis Rodney “Rod” Lewis, 87, passed away January 7, 2018. He was born February 14, 1930, in Lebo, Kansas, the son of John H. and Trilby (Graves) Lewis.

Rod retired as Johnson County Court Administrator and Retired Army Reservist.

He is survived by his wife, Betty; their two children, Susan Sundberg and David Lewis; four grandchildren, Heather Gow, Michael and Mitchel Lewis, and Stephen Sundberg; son-in-law, Kurt Sundberg; daughter-in-law, Vida Lewis; and brother, John Harland Lewis (best friends through life).

He was preceded by his parents; and sister-in-law, Donna Lewis.

Rod was a loving son, brother, husband and Father. He passed from this life to the next surrounded by his family.

His favorite saying, “Every child deserves a pony ride.” He loved providing pony rides and bibles to the children in and around where Rod grew up.

A private family ceremony will be followed by a private interment in Lincoln / Lebo Cemetery.

Donations to the “Pony and Prayer Project” can be sent to Farmers State Bank of Aliceville, Lebo Branch, PO Box 66, Lebo, KS 66856.

To share a memory of Rod or to leave a special message of condolence, click the Share Memories.
Lewis Rodney “Rod” Lewis, 87, passed away January 7, 2018. He was born February 14, 1930, in Lebo, Kansas, the son of John H. and Trilby (Graves) Lewis.

Rod retired as Johnson County Court Administrator and Retired Army Reservist.

He is survived by his wife, Betty; their two children, Susan Sundberg and David Lewis; four grandchildren, Heather Gow, Michael and Mitchel Lewis, and Stephen Sundberg; son-in-law, Kurt Sundberg; daughter-in-law, Vida Lewis; and brother, John Harland Lewis (best friends through life).

He was preceded by his parents; and sister-in-law, Donna Lewis.

Rod was a loving son, brother, husband and Father. He passed from this life to the next surrounded by his family.

His favorite saying, “Every child deserves a pony ride.” He loved providing pony rides and bibles to the children in and around where Rod grew up.

A private family ceremony will be followed by a private interment in Lincoln / Lebo Cemetery.

Donations to the “Pony and Prayer Project” can be sent to Farmers State Bank of Aliceville, Lebo Branch, PO Box 66, Lebo, KS 66856.

To share a memory of Rod or to leave a special message of condolence, click the Share Memories.

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