WHYNOT – Walter Earl Lewis, 86, of Queens Manor, Liverpool, passed away peacefully in Queens Manor on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011.
Born in Liverpool, he was a son of the late Angus and Mary Jane (Whynot) Whynot.
Louie will be fondly remembered for his conversations with anyone he met while on his walk to the local well for water.
He is survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his sisters Margaret, Ada and Gertrude and brothers Hasting and George “Robbie”.
Visitation will be from 10:00 until 11:00 a.m. and funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m. both on Saturday, March 5th, 2011 in Chandlers’ Funeral Chapel, Liverpool. Chaplain Donald Lawton officiating. Burial will be in Trinity Anglican Cemetery, Liverpool. Family flowers only, donations may be made to Queens Manor, Liverpool. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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Anne & Gordon Peverill
So sorry to read about Louie! He sure was a cutie. Our sympathies to the family.
Gordon and Anne Peverill
So sorry to read about Louie! He sure was a cutie.
Our sympathies to the family.
Corina & Willis Huphman
Louie’ s family: as a child growing up living next door to you, I was always afraid of you…when I grew up my fears went away…then you came to live at Hillsview Acres…I enjoyed looking after you and you made our job so much easier…you were the life of the party…you had so many friends there who thought the world of you…espically Ross, who called you Willie…he took you under his wing and looked out for you and considered you his BEST friend…well now you and him are together once again…looking down laughing at us all…may you R.I.P. my friend…Love Corina
Darren Whynot / Lisa Tarr
Our deepest sympathy to the family R.i.P Louie
Max and Etta Whynot
So sorry to hear about Louie .we still miss seeing him standing by the road.GOD BLESS.
Viv Croft (Whynot)
Condolences to Louie’s family. I remember him standing by the road or sitting by his window when I use to go up to my grandparents house ( Tessie and Gene)…..RIP Louie
Lloyd & Barbara Naugler
To Lewis< Family : We are saddened to hear of lewis, passing, we enjoyed his humor many times @ hillsview and the manor.He was a great guy and we will miss him. as you all will. God Bless.
my deepest sympathy to louies family he was sure a happy man as i remember my days at the manor he always greeted you with a smile and had something funny to say to make me laugh i will remember him god bless his family as i concidered him a part of mine he gone home now to a better place where he can watch his family and friends grow rest in peace louie for you will be sadly missed
pam and reg miller
A good neighbour and friend who will be sadly missed.may god bless his family as we will never forget his smile.His face always lit up whenever he saw someone he knew. May you now rest in peace.
Tracey and Kathy Towill
So sorry to hear about Lewis passing . I have many happy memories of my summers spent in Liverpool with him and my grandparents. Sorry we were unable to atttend the service.
Lewis was one of the special ones. I loved playing bingo with him at Hillsview – he was a great guy. It was a pleasure to have worked with him over the years. My deepest sympathy.
Clyde Roberts and family
So sorry to hear about Lewis passing we have such fond memories of him. He was such a special person and quite a character on the hill.