Rodney Lewis

Rodney Lewis

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Rodney G. Lewis, 83, of Glen Richey passed peacefully at home with his family by his side, on Sunday August 9, 2020.

Born August 6, 1937 in Glen Richey, he was a son of Grant and Olga (Levin) Lewis.

He wed Barbara (Dixon) Lewis on October 14, 1961, who survives along with a son Daniel J. Lewis and his wife Julia of Glen Richey. Daughter Jennifer Glatt and her husband Joseph of Brockport, and daughter Amanda Bressler and her husband Brad of Greensburg. Also surviving are eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

He was a graduate of Clearfield Area High School and a veteran of the United States Army. Rodney was a member of Grace United Presbyterian Church, Glen Richey.

Rodney was very active in his community. He was a life member, fireman, former Chief, and an EMT at the Glen Richey Fire Company, as well as a life member at RH&L, Curwensville. He was a caretaker of Thompson Cemetery for many years. He was a longtime blood donor for the Red Cross.

Rodney retired after 34 years working at the Shawville Power Plant. When he wasn't busy helping others, he enjoyed shooting competition and was an avid member of the Clearfield Creek Rifle and Pistol Team, and was a lifelong member of the NRA. He enjoyed spending time with family & friends, woodworking, and traveling with his wife, Barb.

Rodney was the last member of his generation, and preceded in death by his parents and three brothers, Clark, Bud, Dick Lewis.

Honoring Rodney's wishes there will be no public visitation. A private interment will be at the Thompson Cemetery in Glen Richey.

The family request that any donations be sent to either the Glen Richey Fire Company, or Glen Richey United Presbyterian Church.

PA Simple Cremation is in charge of arrangements.

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Donna Dengler

Posted at 08:33pm
Barb & Family, I am so terribly sorry to learn of Rod's passing. I have such warm memories of being at your house for holiday meals with Grandma, Bud, Shirley, Kip and the family. Rod always had an easy smile for people and made everyone feel welcome and comfortable. Most sincere condolences and prayers for happy memories that keep his spirit alive in you all. Donna Dengler

Terry Wigfield

Posted at 08:51am
My deepest sympathy to Barb and all your family. Rod was very dedicated to his community and people in general. He will be missed. Terry Wigfield

Cindy Cardinale

Posted at 06:46am
My deepest sympathy for your loss. Prayers to all the family. Dad and Rod can have a good talk now they are together. Cindy Billotte Cardinale and family.


Posted at 06:57pm
Uncle Rod was the most kind hearted man I've ever know in my lifetime. My heartfelt condolences go out to the family and all the lives he touched

Kathleen Lamoreau

Posted at 06:28pm
My deepest sympathy to Barb, and all your family. Rod sure was one of the good guys!
Love, Cougar

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