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John Lewick - Peachtree City GA
10/2/1950 - 8/3/2018

Below are the memories of those who knew and loved John Lewick.


John Good {8/6/18} -- My condolences on John's passing. He was a high school friend and classmate. I fondly remember him as Turtle. We will not be able to attend his services.


Wenda Plunkett {8/5/18} -- So sorry to hear about John. He was a classmate and friend. I remember him with a smile on my face as he was ornery. My condolences to his family.


Emmett Clements {8/6/18} -- Will sorely miss the smile and laughs that have lifted my spirit for the past 10 years. Sincere heartfelt prayers to the Lewick Family.


Mary (Songer) Frye {8/6/18} -- I am so sorry for John’s passing. He was such a teaser and jokester.... in a good way. May God bless him now as he joins the other members of the Class of 1969. They can have their own special reunion! I don’t think John ever missed one in Lincoln. Rest In Peace, John. Till we meet again..


Aaron Zier {8/6/18} -- My friend, my neighbor... You believed in me... You provided me an opportunity... The opportunity to farm your land... To a young man that just wanted the chance... The chance to farm his own fathers land... You believed in me...to care for yours... Your loving memory will live forever... Forever in the hearts of those who loved you... Thank you... Your friend, your neighbor...

Aaron C. Zier


Greg Schneider {8/7/18} -- My family's condolences on John's passing. I did not personally know him I was class of 72. But my older brothers did.


Roy Haskins {8/7/18} -- RIP old friend. John was a great guy, use to hang out at his grandma place. He had the basest 55 Chevy. Have a great time with all your friends in that special place.


Randy Berthelson {8/8/18} -- R.I..P Turtle you will be missed


Jeff Norby {8/10/18} -- I’ve known John for more than 35 years. We first met at NCR Wichita, he was my supervisor for 10 years. After that, we shared similar career paths. After the NCR Wichita plant closed, we both moved to different NCR locations in South Carolina, he moved to Columbia and I moved to Clemson. When those plants closed, John went to work for Panasonic Automotive in Peachtree City, GA and I moved to Suwanee, GA, working for Panasonic Factory Automation Group. When manufacturing closed, he moved to EMS Technologies in Norcross GA. We managed to keep in touch every year. The thing that always impressed me about John was his humor and keen ability to solve complex problems. Just give John a problem and leave him alone. I can’t think of one problem he couldn’t tackle and work through; probably comes from his farming background which he also enjoyed in his spare time. I was fortunate to have stayed closer to John than any other colleague and learned much from him over the years. The thing I remember the most about John was that he was always willing to help anyone. RIP John, you will be missed.


Marcellus Allen {8/13/18} -- To the Lewick family, I offer my condolences. May you find comfort in knowing that the bible likens death to a deep sleep (John 11:11) and promises that Jesus Christ will awaken all those in God’s memory that have fallen asleep in death (John 5:28, 29). Yes, we have the wonderful hope of seeing our loved ones again. At that time Revelation 21:3, 4 says "death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore." Until then, continue to look to Jehovah God and his word the Bible for comfort in your times of grief and sorrow (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4). For more comforting thoughts from the scriptures please visit jw.org and search “When a loved one dies.”


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