Kenneth Cecil Lewis Jr.

Kenneth Cecil Lewis, Jr.
March 10, 1947 – August 16, 2018

Kenneth Lewis Jr., 71, of College Station, passed away on Thursday, August 16, 2018, in College Station. Kenneth’s family will receive guests during visiting hour’s 5:30 until time of service at 6:30 pm, Tuesday, August 21, 2018, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center, 3001 South College Ave. in Bryan. Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.

Kenneth was born on March 10, 1947, in Kansas City, Missouri, to Kenneth Sr., and Rosemary (Stumff) Lewis. Kenneth graduated from Southwest Baptist University in Boliver, MO earning his Master’s degree. Our dad served his church in leadership as Minister of Early Childhood Development at First Baptist Church in Brownwood, TX, First Baptist Church of San Antonio, TX, First Baptist Church of San Marcos, TX, and First Baptist Church of Bryan, TX. He managed the food court in Round Rock, TX for 8 years and then worked at TAMU Physical Plant Dept. in custodial mgmt. for 25 yrs. and his career goal was to serve on the Board or Regents. He often enjoyed cooking for his family and friends, outdoors grilling, camping, fishing, event planning and decorating, singing in church choir, attending rodeos, outdoor events and festivals and spending time with grandchildren. Our dad’s list of to do’s goes on and on but, ultimately the love he shared for all will always be remembered, embedded deep in our hearts.

Preceding him in death is his mother Rosemary Lewis.

His father, Kenneth Lewis Sr., brother Scott Lewis, daughter Misti Carter and husband David Carter, daughter Rebekah Mendez and husband Steven Mendez, his grandsons Gaven Schultz, Trey Robinson, and Patrick Mendez, survive dad.

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  1. Rebekah & Steven & Family, Our thoughts & prayers are with y’all @ this time & May God Keep y’all in the palms of his hands. Love y’all Uncle D.R. & Aunt Mary.

  2. It was my pleasure to know Kenneth and my prayers are with you in this difficult season. However, it is joyful to know that he was making it his point to draw near to our Savior who he is now celebrating with in Heaven.

  3. Our thoughts and prayers are with our dear friend, Misti and your family. We were blessed to have met your dad.

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with Ken’s daughters and family. Ken was a great guy, whom I had the pleasure of working with for more than 20 years at TAMU and I know that he is resting in the arms of the Lord now.

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