Lewis was a member of the Camden American Legion, Camden Lions Club, Delphi Rotary Club, State and American Bar Associations and Burrows Presbyterian Church. In 1986 he refurbished the one-room Martin School, now on the National Register of Historic Places.
Surviving are one son, William Lewis (Norma) of Delphi; three grandchildren, Wade Davis Mullin (Kari) of Lafayette, Sara Kiva Stacey (Brian) of Lafayette and Garret Mullin Hess of Bloomington; and five great-grandchildren, Kaylee Mullin, Jaydin Mullin, Jerraleigh Stacey, Lilly Stacey and Katherine Stacey.
Graveside services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Camden Cemetery with Pastor Ken Smith officiating.
Memorials may be made to The Friends of Carroll County Parks, 817 E. Columbia, Delphi, IN 46923, for upkeep of the Martin one-room schoolhouse.
Arrangements entrusted to Cree Funeral Home, Camden.
The lark is up to meet the sun,
The bee is on the wing;
The ant its labor has begun,
The woods with music ring.
Shall birds, and bees, and ants, be wise,
While I my moments waste?
O let me with the morning rise,
And to my duty haste.
(McGuffey’s Eclectic Primer, 1849)