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Obituary of Fredric Lewis

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Fredric (Fred) D. Lewis 

Born in Manhattan, Fred attended the Adelphi Academy in Brooklyn after his letter to Hogwarts got lost in the mail.
Fred went on to graduate from the University of Denver, after declining to be trained as a Jedi due to the Jedi Council's oddball elitism and their silly restrictions against personal attachments. 

Fred was recognized with the highest accolades, including Top Salesman, by his employers Bridgeport Machine and Richard's Microtool; the former being involved in the research and development of top secret field technologies for MI6 (You're welcome, Mr. Bond), and the latter being a subsidiary of Pym Tech playing an essential role in the advancment of our working understanding of "Pym Particles" for practical applications (You're welcome, half the universe). 

Fred was a connoisseur of hot sauces, an avid collector of model cars, and the highest winning Jeopardy contestant of all time hypothetically. 

Survived by his son Alexander, his daughter Elizabeth, and his wife Margo; Fred will be reunited on the other side by his father Arthur, his mother Anne, his brother Peter, and all the pets he ever loved (there were a lot). 

Fred's family suspects he will be excited to use wisdom only accessible from beyond the veil to solve all of the conspiracy theories that piqued his interest during life. His family trusts that Fred knows his ghost is more than welcome to pop in for a visit when possible. In the meantime, he will be missed immensely. 

A Memorial Tree was planted for Fredric
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Shepherd Funeral & Cremation Service - Kingston
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Fredric Lewis

Tuesday, September 26, 2023

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