Memories of Mark W. Lewis

Storyteller, teacher, mentor, father. Mark W. Lewis was born February 16th, 1954 and passed on December 7th, 2014. If you have stories, photos, or blessings you wish to share, we invite you to do so here. Mark's family wishes to express our thanks and our appreciation for all of those who shared in Mark's life. Because this is an intensely personal time for Mark's family we ask that if you need to contact them directly, please do so at marklewis.memorial@gmail.com (please understand we will respond when able)

Thoughts

I still miss Mark so dearly
Sent by Deej on 10/06/2015
Mark brought magic to the Faire, and also to my best friend's wedding where he performed way back in Seal Beach at Sam's Seafood, a local landmark. It was a blessing as evidenced by the longevity of James' marriage. Mark provided a light that remains.
Sent by Tim on 12/05/2015
The passing of Professor Mark Lewis is a huge loss to the UO community and the SOJC, not to mention the obvious void that is now felt by his family and friends. Mark was an amazing man. The outpouring of love and respect is well-deserving. I will never forget the summer of 2013. That's when I took the Presentation Skills class. Mark's teaching skills were as impressive as his storytelling prowess; even more so, was witnessing the amazing transformation fellow students made due to his guidance. Mark took people with raw presentation skills and developed them into excellent public speakers, and this was done over a short period of time. To this day, I remember the PIIPER (Participation, Inspiration, Imagination, Enthusiasm, Respect) and the five "Bs" (Be Seen, Be Heard, Be Understood, Believe, Breath) lessons. My classmates and I owe Mark a tremendously debt of gratitude. He inspired us to become better presenters and speakers. I will miss watching Mark perform outside of class, but his lessons will always be with me. Godspeed Professor Lewis and thanks for the memories.
Sent by ronn1 on 27/01/2015
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