He worked continually on weekends and during summers, hauling hay, thinning beets, and frying donuts at a.m. He met Barbara Siver, his wife of 48 years, in bookkeeping class.
His mother knew he was impressed with this girl, because after he met Barbara he would leave school at lunch, go home and re-iron his pants, then go back to school!
They had three sons, Clinton Lane Lewis (Becky), Jason Wade Lewis (Tina), and Brandon Gale Lewis (Darcy); who gave them seven granddaughters, and three grandsons; who then gave them three great grandsons, and one great granddaughter.
Harold will be remembered for his love of children, ALL children.
He was born in Wendell, Idaho to Elmer and Dora (Cooley) Lewis.
He married Winona Stocking in the Logan Utah LDS Temple on April 11, 1939. Rasmussen of Twin Falls, Idaho, and Maureen (Howard) Wallace of Middleton, Idaho.
Together, they had seven children, Don Lamoyne Rasmussen (deceased), Myrna Slama (deceased), Melvin Steve Rasmussen, Vivian Lee Rasmussen (deceased), Lynn Calvin Rasmussen, Maureen (Howard) Wallace, and Kelvin B. Glen and Winona farmed in Springdale until 1956 when they moved to Twin Falls where they owned some apartment houses. He was in high demand as a finish carpenter, tile setter, and remodeler. He did tile setting in the Tyrolean Lodge in Ketchum, Idaho, and he plastered the Mc Call Hotel in Mc Call, Idaho. Glen used his woodworking skill to make many toys, games, and candy dispensers. He loved the out-of-doors and spent many hours fishing the streams and lakes of southern Idaho. He is also survived by 16 grandchildren; 44 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
TWIN FALLS — Martin Leroy Chapin, 82, passed away at Woodstone Assisted Living in Twin Falls, Idaho on February 25, 2017.
Martin was born in Kimberly, Idaho, on April 28, 1934, in his Grandmother Chapin’s house.
His favorite pastime in his younger years was fly fishing with family and friends, with a dog at his side.