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On December 23, 2018 Lew returned to the loving arms of his Mother, Father and Son.
He was born January 13, 1944 to Lowell Middleton Stone and Doris Anderson Stone.
He graduated at Ogden High School in 1962. He honorably served his country in the National Guard.
He married Karen Van Drimmelen March 12, 1965. They were later divorced. Through this marriage they had three children Casey (deceased), Wendy and Tami. He loved his children with all his heart.
He married Toni P. Cammack February 1, 1986. They were later divorced.
On September 26, 2000 he married the love of his life Sheila M. Read. Lew loving accepted her son and daughter as his own.
Lew held many jobs in his lifetime, but made a career working for the Union Pacific Railroad. He restored several cars in his spare time. After retiring he began Masterpiece Cues. He was a master craftsman. He put his whole heart in to creating the most beautiful pool cues. Each one was a unique work of art. Lew was on many pool leagues throughout the years enjoying the friendships of many. He had such a big heart. He was always there for his family and friends.
He is leaving behind his wife Sheila; brother Lowell (Kathy); daughters Wendy (Timm) and Tami (Michael); stepson Steve (Jen); and stepdaughter Shiloy. He enjoyed the love of 12 beautiful grandchildren and one precious great granddaughter.
Lew asked to be cremated. There will be a Celebration of Life on January 18, 2019 at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 – 36th St., Ogden, UT from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. CASUAL DRESS.