Elmo Lewis

August 28, 1942January 26, 2014
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Earl Elmo Lewis, 71, of Spicewood, Texas, died Sunday, January 26, 2014 in a vehicle accident near his home.

Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, January 30, 2014 at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Marble Falls. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday, January 31, 2014 at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home, officiated by preacher Holton George. Interment will follow at the Lewis Family Cemetery in Spicewood.

Elmo was born on Aug. 28, 1942, in Burnet, Texas, to Grady Dawson Lewis and Dorothy Lenore Crawford Lewis. He went to school at Marble Falls High School, and also attended classes at St. Edward’s University in Austin. Elmo served in the U.S. Army from 1964 to 1966, where he served with the Hell on Wheels division.

Elmo later worked briefly as an Austin Fire Department firefighter. He also worked as a maintenance mechanic with Seton Hospital in Austin for more than 20 years, and then Lakeway Inn for 28 years before retiring.

Elmo was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend, and enjoyed helping others. He attended services at the Church of Christ in Spicewood. Elmo enjoyed the outdoors and was an animal lover. Elmo enjoyed hunting, fishing and roping, and helping his family, as well as other youth, with their 4H and FFA livestock show projects. His dog, Corky, a faithful little companion, went everywhere with him.

Elmo was preceded in death by his parents; younger brother, Jerry Dawson Lewis; and grandparents: Earl and Julia Crawford and Merritt H. and Margaret Ellen Phillips Lewis. Survivors include his wife, Angie Eisen Lewis; daughter, Sharon Lynette Lewis Abels, Shelley Ann Lewis and Shauna Renee Lewis, as well as Sharon’s children, Kayla Angelique and Jacob Casey Abels and Shauna’s boyfriend, Jeremy Duncan Lang. He is also survived by sister-in-law, Laurie Lewis; sister-in-law, Vickie Eisen Rosentreter and husband, Gene Rosentreter; and brother-in-law, Paul Eisen and wife, Doris Eisen; and numerous close aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Pallbearers will be Joe Lewis, Cody Lewis, Trapper Lewis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Keith Crawford, Bobby Crawford, Paul Adams, Farron Spross, Greg Johnson and Eric Peterson.

The family extends thanks to everyone who helped during this time of need. In lieu of flowers, donations to help with expenses may be made at Leave memories or condolences at

Arrangements under the direction of Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home, Marble Falls, TX.


  • Visitation Thursday, January 30, 2014
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 31, 2014

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Dana Baxley

January 31, 2014

When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. Elmo's qualities live on through the lives of his wife, his daughters, his grandchildren

Deana Gideon-Hebert

January 31, 2014

He will be so missed by all in our family greatly.... Elmo was one of my daddy's dearest friends ever.... We love you all. Huggggggssss....

Debbie Trevino

January 31, 2014

Dear Lewis Family, May God's loving arms lift you and hold you during your time of sorrow. God Bless You.

January 31, 2014

I will be praying for all that knew and loved cousin Elmo Lewis because it's a little weird when you don't even know that your first cousin name is Earl. That just seems like a tiny name for my big COUS. I may not be as small as I was years ago but when you had the four Stooge's, Jerry, Elmo, Glen and my brother Wayne YOU surely thought of yourself as small. I remember one summer coming back from the coastal area where we had moved to, to spend a month with different family members. Up anywhere around Austin is what my two brothers and I felt was home. Well we had spent a few days here and there and then Jerry and Elmo came to get us go to Spicewood for a few days. The guys take off and Uncle Dawson takes my little brother and and I to the creek to swim. Man that was some COLD water. Anyway that night after we went to bed with Randy and I on a pallet the next thing I know I woke the whole house, screaming for someone to put the fire out in my Palm. I still carry a scare where that blasted scorpion got me. I was still crying the next day and made them take me back to Austin because I didn't care if they said he was dead or not there had to be babies. Elmo was the oldest but he was also the one that tried to console my. The other two just kept telling me to shut up. Elmo showed them he set me up on his lap and told them to shut up. I got to cry on the big guys shoulder. I am so sorry for your lose but there will be a time you can look back at the good times. Angus I'm sorry but I can't be with all of you tomorrow, I am in Bastrop but I have been sick since Sunday morning. I send my love and my number if I can ever be of service to anyone of you. 409-770-4786. With loving memories of my cousin EARL ELMO LEWIS.
Brenda Lewis-Thompson

Jesse Ratliff

January 31, 2014

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Lewis family. Elmo is dearly missed and will continue to be until that glorious day we get to see him again. The pain of losing a loved one can be eased with time. Keep the memories alive and don't be afraid to talk about him like he's right there with you. Go rest high Elmo, your work here is done.

January 31, 2014

Our heartfelt sympathy for all of you. We are so sorry that you have lost your hero. He will be missed by the entire community. We love you.

Johnny Smith & Sharon Rossberg

Johnny Smith & Sharon Rossberg

January 31, 2014

Our heartfelt sympathy for all of you. We are so sorry that you have lost your hero. He will be missed by everyone. We love you.

Blake White

January 31, 2014

Sorry for your loss. Sounds like a great man who will be missed dearly.

Blake White
Pastor, Spicewood Baptist

Settie Rutland

January 31, 2014

He will be missed. May God be with the family at this time.

Wendra Phillips

January 31, 2014

So sorry to hear about your dad Shelley. Praying for you and your family.