Lewis H. Wiebel, V

Lewis H. Wiebel, V

Lewis H Wiebel born September 18 1957 passed into Gods arm December 30 2019. Born in Pennsylvania where he lived most of his life until he moved with his family to Conway SC. He loved to fish with his son and brother in law.  He worked in communications and loved what he did.  He is survived by his wife Angela Wiebel. His son Lewis H Wiebel VI. His sister Sandra Roth and her husband Charlie. His niece Ashlee Reintjes and her husband Michael and their daughters Mikayla and Alyssa. His nephew Chuck Roth and his wife Jennifer and their sons Chip and Connor. 
Visitation will be on Saturday January 4 2019 from 2 - 3:30. 
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Diane Sams
Created On: 01/04/2020 21:28:14

Lew is going to be missed so much. He always started the day with a good morning and not a day went by that he was not smiling or joking with all of us. Lew loved to talk anything sports but most importantly he loved talking about Angela, Lewie and his dogs. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you!

Beth Pittman
Myrtle Beach, SC
Created On: 01/04/2020 17:50:11

My thoughts are prayers are with Lew's family and friends as they go through this time of sorrow.
Lew was someone who will definitely be missed in the work place. Every morning he would always greet me with 'Morning Boss' and soon after 'What is on the agenda for today?' I will miss that! He was kind hearted and really cared about people. He loved to talk about his fishing adventures and loved to brag about Angela and Lewie. He will be missed!

Emily Carpenter-Bernard
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Created On: 01/04/2020 13:51:32

I can’t remember a day I walked into the work break room in the morning without Lew greeting me with a smile and sharing a story or picture of his family. The love he had for his family and friends was undeniable. Lew never passed a soul without speaking to them by name, his happy go lucky soul will be missed terribly! My thoughts and prayers are with everyone who loved him, especially his wife and son.

2 Thessalonians 3:16

Tricia Jamieson
Myrtle Beach
Created On: 01/04/2020 00:54:55

My deepest sympathy to the family. Lewis was was not only my co-worker he was my sweet friend whom I am going to miss dearly. I can still hear his voice as he walked passed my desk daily with his special good morning greeting and a great big smile for me. Lewis loved his family and friends so very much and his friendship will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time. May God comfort and give you strength to endure.

Gretchen Gunther
Created On: 01/03/2020 19:16:01

My deepest condolences to the family. I could always hear Lew smiling through his emails. He always had so many awesome memories of a loved family from the trips he told me about. He will be greatly missed.

Debbie Sergeant
Bethlehem PA
Created On: 01/03/2020 13:22:59

I have so many fond memories of Lewie, camping and traveling across the states with him and his family. He will be greatly missed by all that knew him, I'm so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with all of you.

Tana Bertling
Fort worth
Created On: 01/03/2020 12:02:41

I sat near Lew at Frontier and he always helped me. Lew will be missed. He was an amazing man who loved his family.

Daphne Rabon
Created On: 01/03/2020 01:34:13

I'm so sorry for your loss. Every morning I would look for him to come through around 8:30 or so with his good morning greetings. He always seemed so happy go lucky. Lew will be missed by everyone at Frontier. Prayers for comfort and strength.

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