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Daniel K. Lewis

February 23, 1952 ~ March 26, 2018 (age 66)

Daniel K. Lewis, age 66, of 174 Wemple Rd. Stephentown, N.Y., died March 26th.   He was born in Pittsfield, Feb. 23, 1952, the son of the late Ronald and Edna Kelly Lewis. He was educated in the local schools and was a 1970 graduate of Mt. Greylock Regional High School. Employed in the generator assembly at the General Electric Co. for a total of 39 years, he began his career in the Pittsfield plant and in 1990, transferred to the Schenectady plant.  Dan retired from there in 2010. He enjoyed camping in the Lake George area as well as other camp grounds here in New England. When camping, he always loved a big bon fire. A huge fan of drag racing, he followed his favorite NHRA Funny Car driver, John Force. Dan enjoyed riding his Kawasaki motor cycles over the years and cherished his 1968 Silver Blue Camaro.  It could be said that he “knew what the gas pedal was used for.” A tinkerer around cars and his home, he rebuilt his former home in Hinsdale prior to moving to Stephentown. Most recently, he loved to walk the family dog, “Ruby,” their miniature pinscher.

Dan is survived by his wife, the former Lynda Bouchard Lewis, with whom he would have celebrated their 42nd anniversary this July 23rd.

Besides his wife, Dan is survived by his son, Adam M. Lewis of Pittsfield and his fiancé, Denise LePage, 1 brother, Michael R. Lewis and his wife, Gail of Dalton, 1 sister, Karen M. Kelley and her husband, Jim of Berkshire, his 5 grandchildren, Cade, Wyatt, Oren, Kaleb and Amelia, his mother-in-law and father-in- law, Lois and Joseph Bouchard of Stephentown, his sister-in-law, Dawn Bouchard of Stephentown, his brother-in-law, Joseph E. Bouchard and his sister-in-law, Dana Dufur, both of Pittsfield. His other sister-in-law, Becky Dufur predeceased him.

SERVICES: Lewis, Daniel K., age 66 died, March 26th. There are no calling hours. Burial services will be in the Riverside Cemetery later in the Spring.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the SPCA in care of the Devanny-Condron Funeral Home which has been entrusted with his care.

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