Timmy Edward Lewandowski went to be with the Angels on February 20, 2021. Tim was born December 27, 1950 in Scottsbluff, Nebraska to parents Paul and Georgia (Pearl) Lewandowski. Time was predeceased by older brother Val Lewandowski who passed away when he was very young. Tim loved his parents, sister, Vicky Settles and brother Dennis Lewandowski. He grew up in Mitchell, Nebraska and graduated from Mitchell High School in 1969. he moved to Saginaw, Michigan after High School and went back to marry the love of his life, Deborah (Fegler) Lewandowski of Scottsbluff, Nebraska in 1972, bringing her to Michigan with him. He instantly became the favorite of Deb’s family, the Feglers. He leaves behind Brothers and Sisters-In-Law, Evelyn Fegler, Ken & Sue Fegler, Wendy & Mark Jensen, Becky Mehling & Travis, Judy & Rick Kuxhausen and Cindy Lewandowski. Tim also loved the Brother-In-Laws he lost, Bob Fegler, Terry Fegler and Vern Fegler. Also lost prior to Tim’s passing were the parents who gained another son, Walter and Darline Fegler.
After returning to Michigan, Tim graduated the EIT program and worked for General Motors for 25 years as a Maintenance Electrician at Saginaw Malleable Iron. He retired from GM, then went back into the same facility as a consultant until moving with Deborah to Vero Beach, Florida in 2003, working at Complete Electric up until his passing. There, he had a great boss, Garrett Guidoz and his brother Kenny, who meant a great deal to him. Tim also leaves behind his wife, Deborah Lewandowski, who will miss the love of her life of almost 49 years. Tim always took care of Debora and the two of them were inseparable during all this time. Tim was a wonderful, loving Dad and Papa to his children and grandchildren. He also leaves behind the pride of his life, his children, Heidi (Lewandowski) Soares, her husband Alex Soares, Marty Lewandowski, his wife Lisa Lewandowski and his special granddaughters, Kerin, Eliza and Isabel. He was predeceased by his parents and Mother and Father-In-Laws. He had many special nieces, nephews and cousins he treasured. Hope you all know how special you were to him. He was a wonderful man, who was always trying to make sure others enjoyed themselves, never worrying about himself. Cremation has already taken place and a memorial service will be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the direction of Millennium Cremation Service. Online condolences may be left at www.millenniumcremationservice.com
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