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Lewis H. Pollard

Passed Away on June 29, 2016


Lewis H. Pollard Obituary

Lewis H. Pollard, 87, son of Leon and Alice Mae Pollard, loving husband of Margareta Katarina Pollard, passed away June 29, 2016 at his home in Gold Canyon, AZ. He is survived by his wife Margareta, one daughter, Sonja Lindsay-Smith and her husband George Edward Lindsay-Smith. He is also survived by three grandchildren, Christopher E. Lindsay-Smith, and Adam C. Lindsay-Smith living in California and Eric J. Lindsay-Smith, living in Arizona. Lewis was a CW3 in the Army until his retirement in 1970. He was especially proud to serve in Vietnam for his country. Throughout his military career he received many medals along with two Bronze Stars, earned while in Vietnam. He was happiest when he was spending time with his family. Teaching and instructing others at National Homebuilder’s Association, owning and operating a Shell gas station, were ways he kept busy after retirement. He will be greatly missed by family and friends. The service will be held on July 7, 2016, 10:30 am at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, in Mesa, AZ.

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  1. John Josef Joswick says:

    My mother Katharina Ascherl Joswick, sister of Margareta Pollard, and I, John J. Joswick, Lewis Pollard’s first nephew, extend profound condolences to the Pollard and Lindsay-Smith families on their heart-rending loss. My memories of Uncle “Whitey’s” prudent judgment and dedication are indelible, and with gratitude I retain memories as well of his many visits to see my late father Chester Joswick as he languished in a nursing home in late 2006 and early 2007 with severe neurological deficits in the aftermath of a hemorrhagic stroke. On a more pleasant note, I also cherish the childhood recollections from the early 1950s of riding in my uncle’s mammoth 1951 Hudson. May the Lord grant him peace! He will be remembered in a perpetual Mass enrollment at Saint Pio’s monastery in Italy.

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Lewis H. Pollard

Passed Away on June 29, 2016


Lewis H. Pollard Obituary

Lewis H. Pollard, 87, son of Leon and Alice Mae Pollard, loving husband of Margareta Katarina Pollard, passed away June 29, 2016 at his home in Gold Canyon, AZ. He is survived by his wife Margareta, one daughter, Sonja Lindsay-Smith and her husband George Edward Lindsay-Smith. He is also survived by three grandchildren, Christopher E. Lindsay-Smith, and Adam C. Lindsay-Smith living in California and Eric J. Lindsay-Smith, living in Arizona. Lewis was a CW3 in the Army until his retirement in 1970. He was especially proud to serve in Vietnam for his country. Throughout his military career he received many medals along with two Bronze Stars, earned while in Vietnam. He was happiest when he was spending time with his family. Teaching and instructing others at National Homebuilder’s Association, owning and operating a Shell gas station, were ways he kept busy after retirement. He will be greatly missed by family and friends. The service will be held on July 7, 2016, 10:30 am at Mountain View Funeral Home and Cemetery, in Mesa, AZ.

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  1. John Josef Joswick says:

    My mother Katharina Ascherl Joswick, sister of Margareta Pollard, and I, John J. Joswick, Lewis Pollard’s first nephew, extend profound condolences to the Pollard and Lindsay-Smith families on their heart-rending loss. My memories of Uncle “Whitey’s” prudent judgment and dedication are indelible, and with gratitude I retain memories as well of his many visits to see my late father Chester Joswick as he languished in a nursing home in late 2006 and early 2007 with severe neurological deficits in the aftermath of a hemorrhagic stroke. On a more pleasant note, I also cherish the childhood recollections from the early 1950s of riding in my uncle’s mammoth 1951 Hudson. May the Lord grant him peace! He will be remembered in a perpetual Mass enrollment at Saint Pio’s monastery in Italy.

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