Dr. Lewellyn S. Mix
December 22, 1921 - January 21, 2016
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Dr. Lewellyn S. Mix Chesapeake – Dr. Lewellyn S. Mix, age 94, entered the presence of his Lord and Savior on January 21st, 2016. He was born on Dec 22, 1921 on a dairy farm near Heuvelton, New York, the son of the late Gordon and Frances Mix. Graduating as Valedictorian from Heuvelton HS, he…

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Janet B. Fallon left a message on February 14, 2016:
My condolences to Dr.Mix's family. I knew Dr. Mix from my years at the Agway Research Farm in Tully NY and remember him as a very kind and thoughtful man. I still have his class notebook from an agronomy class he took at Cornell in the early 40's. The content (some of the handouts etc) are nearly identical to my notebook from the same class at Cornell in the mid-70's. No big surprise I suppose since the characteristics of cool season forage grasses etc. don't change! Good bye and God bless to a sweet man and much admired ag economist!
Wanda Pizzuti Soule left a message on February 13, 2016:
Connie, God bless you and just so you know that I remember you from Manlius Methodist church, in Manlius, New York many years ago. I think we met many years ago at the Manlius Methodist church. My son, Louis, just told me that he remembers you.
Sil Young (nee Priscilla Hughes) left a message on February 10, 2016:
I remember Dr. Mix from my childhood and know how much my parents (Hugh and Jean Hughes) thought of and respected him. He led his life giving to and caring for others. Condolences to Dr. Mix' family and friends.
JUDITH MARTIN left a message on January 31, 2016:
I am very sorry for your loss. I was married to J. Homer Martin's son ,Frank for 36 years, he passed in 2011 as a result of a car accident. Over the years Homer recalled many fond memories of his friend Lew....and the good times they shared....4H and I believe Homer's best man at Doreen and Homer's wedding. They kept in touch with letters through the years.Sincerely, Judy Martin,Lisbon New York
Tish Kelly left a message on January 26, 2016:
John & I send our love & condolences to you all at this time of loss. We are grateful to have had the privilege of knowing & loving both Lew & Connie. Look forward to celebrating together in glory.. We thank God for Lew's godly legacy that bore fruit in old age.. ( Ps 92)
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FRANK AND BETTY HUMMEL left a message on January 26, 2016:
Connie, Linda, Bill, Larry and Lucinda - Just imagine the joy Lew is experiencing right now as he beholds sights and sounds that we can't even imagine (Ps. 16:11 and 1 Cor. 2:9). Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. In Jesus' Endless Love, Frank and Betty Hummel
Nick Ballas left a message on January 26, 2016:
I only knew Lew from his morning visits to the Great Neck rec center for his morning swim. Always a convivial man who chatted with me, talking fondly of his family. I admired his stamina in electing to swim at so advanced an age. I'm sure that you'll miss him more than I, but I was saddened when he stopped coming to the rec center, thinking that he possibly moved away or had become too ill to continue his routine. I remember talking with him about one of his famous ancestors, Tom Mix, the silent-screen cowboy star. Not many remember that icon, and I guess it's a sign of my own advanced age.
Jim and Penny Jones left a message on January 24, 2016:
We consider it a true blessing to have had the opportunity to have known and had fellowship with Lew and Connie over the years. Lew's living legacy for us all was his abiding love of the Lord and his sincere desire to bring any and all nonbelievers to the knowledge of Christ and His redeeming love .Lew set a wonderful example for me and I miss him. With loving memory, Jim Jones
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
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