Condolences for Dean Edmund Lewis

Jerry Stanbrough (Phase Two Associates) wrote:

What an unexpected shock to hear of losing Dean. Had always intended to visit him and never, to my regret, got to do so again. I always enjoyed working with Dean and just talking "cabbages and kings." He was a brilliant man with an enjoyable sense of humor and an unwavering sense of practicality. Always a high point of any visit to AAMA. Irreplaceable, Best wishes to all who go on, despite the void he leaves behind.


Jannine wrote:

I use to work with Dean and always enjoyed conversations with him. He always seemed to have a story to tell. I will always remember our customer service emails. Just when he thought he had read everything another whirlwind would come in. Thoughts and prayers to the family during this time. Let his memories and good times live in your hearts forever.


Matt Deutch wrote:

I never got to have an "eyeball QSO" (face to face meeting) with Dean, but we corresponded by e-mail for four years. He was the catalyst for getting the 25 MHz broadcast reinstated at WWV (yes, it was a big deal for alot of people). I will miss our e-mail chats. My hope is to see him someday soon in the company of the angels and saints and in the loving arms of Christ. We will pick up where we left off Dean. ------Matt D. N0RGT ( also a SK before too long)


Karen wrote:

There are so many memories. Dean was one of a kind. Always the gentleman. I worked with Dean for the last 13 years and have learned so much from him. At the end of the night he would always walk down for a smoke break just to watch and ensure we got to our car safely. I miss dearly our conversations about his ham radio and what country he was able to reach. Please accept my sincere condolences and you are all in my thoughts and prayers.


Robert Jutras wrote:

My sincere condolences to Dean's family and friends, from a AAMA member and friend.