FREDRICK LEWIS Fredrick Leland Lewis was surrounded by his wife, children and all the things he loved when he passed the morning of May 9, 2014, at his Las Vegas home. Fred Lewis leaves behind a beautiful legacy of love, honor and integrity. Fred was born Jan. 23, 1941, to Eva and Donald Lewis in Cleveland, Ohio. He was raised with his sisters, Kathy and Arveda in Medina, Ohio, where he went to the All Boys School, Archbishop Hoban High. After graduation from Hoban, he attended Kent State University, where he studied business administration until moving to Las Vegas in 1962 with his first wife, Dolorie Armienti, with whom he had three children. He married his second wife, Trisha Marshall and together they had six children. He is survived by his wife, of 36 years, Trisha Lewis; nine children, Kimmie, Kenny and Terry Lewis, Julie Raye, Jill Schiada, Ryanne Lewis-Nigro, Robyn Lewis-Walters, Aaron Lewis and Jessica Lewis-Murashige; 18 grandchildren; and sister, Kathy. Fred's professional career began working for Zellerbach Paper Company. Freddie also served as the vice president of the Rotary International
Club, and served the community through Boys and Girls Club and the Las Vegas Executive Exchange Club. Fred started his second career in the gaming Industry as a sales manager for Universal and Mikohn Gaming. His territories included Riverboat, Indian and American casinos. Fred loved Sunday dinners, long talks with his family and Notre Dame. The Lewis family extends its sincere appreciation to all who have been so kind and thoughtful at this time. It is comforting to see the outpouring of love from those whom Freddie has touched throughout his life. The spirit of Fredrick Leland Lewis lives on forever with his mantra for life, "Where there is Love, there is Life. Go Irish!" Memorial celebration will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 17, at Canyon Gate Country Club, 2001 Canyon Gate Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89117, (702) 363-0303.